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Leadership
Contemporary Critical Perspectives

Third Edition
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November 2022 | 568 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
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.

 
Classical Theories of Leadership
 
Leadership, Management and Headship: Power, Emotion and Authority in Organizations
 
Trait Theories of Leaders and Leadership: From Ancient Greece to Twenty-First-Century Neuroscience
 
Leading Through Contingencies
 
Transformational Leadership: Secularized Theology?
 
Leading in Social Context
 
Leadership Learning and Development
 
Leadership, Governance and Strategy
 
Difference and Leadership
 
Studying Followers
 
Critical Challenges and New Lenses
 
Leadership and Process
 
Relational Leadership
 
Leadership Without Leaders: Understanding Radically Democratic Organizing Through The Lens of Critical Leadership Studies
 
Leadership, Poststructuralism And The Performative Turn
 
Creating And Contesting Space Through Leadership
 
Emerging Critical Perspectives
 
An Unconventional History of Leadership Studies
 
Embodied Leadership, Ethics and its Affects
 
Constructing Crisis, Constructing Leadership
 
Populism, Conspiracy Theories and Leadership: A Toxic Triangle In Politics

Brigid Carroll

Brigid Carroll is a Professor in the Department of Management and International Business and holds the Fletcher Building Employee Educational Fund Chair in Leadership at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. She teaches broadly in the area of leadership, organizational  theory and qualitative research methods at undergraduate, postgraduate and executive level and does extensive cross sector leadership development work with corporate, community, professional, and youth organisations. Ongoing research themes revolve around  identity work, power, responsibility and resistance, leadership development, distributed and collective... More About Author

Jackie Ford

Scott Taylor

Dr. Scott Taylor is Associate Professor of Leadership & Organization Studies at Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham, UK. He has researched and taught at a number of British universities, and visited universities in New Zealand, Australia, India, Sweden, and Saudi Arabia. Scott has published research in a range of peer-reviewed journals and books, focusing on spirituality at work, work/life balance, and gender discrimination. He has served as Associate Editor of Organization, Section Editor for Journal of Business Ethics, and co-chair of the Critical Management Studies Division, Academy of Management. All of Scott’s... More About Author

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