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Responsible Leadership: Realism and Romanticism / Edition 1

Responsible Leadership: Realism and Romanticism / Edition 1

by Steve Kempster, Brigid Carroll
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ISBN-13: 9781138931299
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 05/20/2016
Series: Routledge Studies in Leadership Research Series
Pages: 238
Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Steve Kempster is Professor and Director of Leadership Development at Lancaster University Management School. Prior to returning to Lancaster in September 2012, Steve was MBA Programmes Director at Birmingham University Business School and before that Associate Dean and Head of the University of Cumbria Business School. Steve had previously worked at Lancaster University Management School from 1992 – 2008 and during this period he was Module Director of the International Masters in Practising Management (IMPM), Director of the Leadership Centre, Director of the Northern Leadership Academy and Director of the Lancaster Full-time MBA. Steve is on the governing Board of the International Association of Leadership and the Committee of the Leadership and Leadership Development SIG of the British Academy of Management.

Brigid Carroll is Associate Professor in the Department of Management and International Business and the Director of Research and a lead facilitator at the New Zealand Leadership Institute, both at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Dr Carroll teaches organization theory, critical organization issues and leadership to undergraduates and postgraduates and designs, delivers and researches leadership to a range of sector and professional groups. Her research interests lie primarily with identity work, discourse and narrative theory, critical leadership theory and practice in contemporary organizations. Her work has been published in Organization Studies, Organization, Human Relations, Management Communication Quarterly and Leadership.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction: Responsible leadership - realism and romanticism (Steve Kempster and Brigid Carroll) 2. Mapping the Terrain of Responsible Leadership: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something green (Marian Iszatt-White) 3. From Responsibility to Responsibilities: Towards a theory of co-responsible leadership (Brigid Carroll) 4. This Green Pastoral Landscape: Values, responsible leadership and the romantic imagination (Sarah Lee and Malcolm Higgs) 5. Leadership Responsibility and Calling: The role of calling in a woman’s choice to lead (Susan Madsen) 6. Responsible Leadership: A radical view (Karen Blakeley) 7. Responsible Leadership, Trust, and the Role of HRM (Stefanie Gustafsson and Veronica Hope Hailey) 8. Promoting Responsibility, Purpose, and Romanticism in Business Schools (Ken Parry and Brad Jackson) 9. Developing Responsible Leadership through Discourse Ethics (Steve Kempster, Sarah Gregory, and Emma Watton) 10. Developing ‘Next Generation’ Globally Responsible Leadership: Gen Y perspectives on global responsibility, leadership, and integrity (Sharon Turnbull and Sue Williams) 11. Romanticism, Antimodernism, and a Pluralistic Perspective on Responsible Leadership (Eric Guthey)

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