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The language of leadership narratives : a social practice perspective

Contributor(s): Jonathan Clifton, Stephanie Schnurr and Dorien Van De Mieroop.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Routeldge, 2020Description: 200 p.ISBN: 9781138486775 (pbk).Subject(s): Communication in management--LeadershipDDC classification: 658.4092
Contents:
1. Introduction leaderships narratives 2. A social practice approach to narratives: showcasing a positioning analysis of a canonical leadership story 3. Beyond the canonical narrative: exploring different genres of leadership narratives from a discourse analytical perspective 4. Filling the empty signifier of leadership through framing vignettes of workplace interaction as stories of leadership 5. Exploring the dark side of leadership stories 6. Constructing authentic leader identities through hurmorous anecdotes in everyday workplace encounters 7. Challenging hegemonic notions of leadership thorough stories about leadership and gender 8. Conclusion: leadership narratives as social practice.
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1. Introduction leaderships narratives
2. A social practice approach to narratives: showcasing a positioning analysis of a canonical leadership story
3. Beyond the canonical narrative: exploring different genres of leadership narratives from a discourse analytical perspective
4. Filling the empty signifier of leadership through framing vignettes of workplace interaction as stories of leadership
5. Exploring the dark side of leadership stories
6. Constructing authentic leader identities through hurmorous anecdotes in everyday workplace encounters
7. Challenging hegemonic notions of leadership thorough stories about leadership and gender
8. Conclusion: leadership narratives as social practice.

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