The Routledge Studies in Leadership, Work and Organizational Psychology series draws together research, theory and practice from the field of organizational, leadership, work and management psychology, providing a thorough exploration of the topic and implications for future practice and research.
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Organization and Educational Development Reflecting and Transforming in a Self-Discovery Journey
Foucault on Leadership The Leader as Subject
By Suresh Nanwani
August 17, 2021
Organization and Education Development combines reflective thinking and practice, action research living theory and organization development to explore the self-discovery of meaning and purpose. It charts a journey undertaken by the author in pursuit of professional development through ...
By Camelia Oancea, Caroline Kamau
July 07, 2020
Organizational Psychology of Mergers and Acquisitions provides a comprehensive perspective that helps you understand, empathise and protect the wellbeing of employees who experience mergers and acquisitions. This book gives a state-of-the-art review that crosses different subjects within psychology...
Edited By Maureen McIntosh, Helen Nicholas, Afreen Husain Huq
February 21, 2019
Leadership and Diversity in Psychology explores the topic of leadership and diversity from a range of different perspectives. The authors draw from professional experience and research to support their reflections on leadership with diverse populations, leadership in organizations and developing ...
By Nathan W. Harter
November 17, 2017
Michel Foucault, one of the most cited scholars in the social sciences, devoted his last three lectures to a study of leader development. Going back to pagan sources, Foucault found a persistent theme in Hellenistic antiquity that, in order to qualify for leadership, a person must undergo processes...