The Illusion of Leadership: Directing Creativity in Business and the Arts

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Overview

People need a degree of free choice for creativity and change to happen. But they must also have boundaries. On one level this is what politics and business are all about. Too much of the wrong sort of control and the system becomes bureaucratic or tyrannical, too little and it becomes arbitrary and chaotic. This book covers these key issues surrounding leadership.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780230201996
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 11/15/2008
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

PIERS IBBOTSON is a respected speaker, coach and facilitator. He is a regular contributor to senior management development programmes in the UK and around the world, introducing leaders and senior managers to concepts and techniques from the creative arts. He has worked at partner level with leading management consultancies and has contributed to senior development programmes for Ernst and Young, Adidas, WPP group, and others. He is a contributor to courses at the London Business School, the University of Lancaster UK, the University of Nyenrode, Netherlands; AESE, Lisbon, Portugal; The Danish Pedagogical Institute, Copenhagen and The Banff Centre in Canada, where he is guest faculty member on The Art of Executive Leadership Programme. He is a Fellow of The Royal Society of Arts and is a Visiting Fellow at the University of Kingston, UK, where he teaches on the MA in Creative Industries and The Creative Economy.

He also runs Directing Creativity which was developed originally for The Royal Shakespeare Company with the support of Allied Domecq plc. Directing Creativity provides management development, training and consultancy for business, using techniques and approaches from the world of theatre; with the dual objectives of enhancing business performance and developing closer links between industry and the arts.

www.directingcreativity.co.uk

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Table of Contents

The Illusion of Leadership
Rehearsing King Lear
Project Managing a Work of Art
Creativity: Myths and Legends
Creativity in Groups
Hierarchy and Status Games
Diversity and Innovation: Casting for Creativity
Rehearsing for Business and For Life
Live Communication: The Business of Theatre
Giving Presentations: The Theatre of Business
The Script
Masks and the Sense of Self
Training for Creative Leadership
Art in the World:
Why Artists should Rule the World

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