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Leadership : Contemporary Critical Perspectives

Leadership : Contemporary Critical Perspectives
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Brigid Carroll
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9781529774078
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Written by a team of international experts and taking a truly global approach, Leadership: Contemporary Critical Perspectives is the essential guide to key concepts and contemporary concerns in leadership studies. This third edition has been revised and expanded to improve accessibility to complex theory and add cutting-edge content, including:* Three new chapters on how leadership shapes the spaces we live and work in, leadership during crisis, and populism and conspiracy theories in leadership* A range of new case studies focussing on world-renowned leaders such as Greta Thunberg, Mark Zuckerberg and Donald Trump* An updated 'Leadership on Screen' feature that looks at examples of leadership in film and TV, including Parasite and Peaky Blinders.

This comprehensive yet engaging text is suitable for leadership students at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Instructors can visit the companion website to access valuable online resources, including PowerPoints for each chapter and carefully selected content from the SAGE Business Cases platform.

Brigid Carroll is Professor in the Department of Management and International Business and holds the Fletcher Building Employee Educational Fund Chair in Leadership in the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Jackie Ford is Professor of Leadership and Organization Studies at Durham University Business School, UK. Scott Taylor is an Associate Professor in Leadership and Organization Studies at Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham, UK.

Published:10 Dec 2022
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