Tag Archives: leadership

On SAGE Insight: Did Democrat inclusiveness and Republican solidarity lead to the 2016 US presidential election outcome?    

Article title: Them and us: Did Democrat inclusiveness and Republican solidarity lead to the 2016 US presidential election outcome? From Leadership On the face of it, the 2016 US presidential election might have looked like an “upset” victory for Donald … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Articles from the Symposium on Lewis Minkin’s The Blair Supremacy

  From Political Studies Review The three articles in this symposium explore different themes and features of Lewis Minkin’s works on Tony Blair The first article, by Eric Shaw, outlines and discusses the main features of Lewis Minkin’s book,The Blair … Continue reading

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Special Issue: Leading schools in contexts of multiple deprivation in South Africa

Guest editors: Felix Maringe and Relebohile Moletsane From Educational Management Administration & Leadership As discussed in this special issue, many schools in South Africa tend to experience multiple forms of deprivation. The state, civil society, communities and individuals have responded … Continue reading

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Quidditch: Impacting and Benefiting Participants in a Non-Fictional Manner

From Journal of Sport & Social Issues Throughout the years, sport and physical activities have constantly been adapted, reinvented, or even created from scratch. Often, the root cause of these innovations is the burnout or dropout among participants that occurs … Continue reading

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The space between – positioning student voice at the heart of leadership in education

Special Issue From Management in Education The concept of ‘student voice’ is no less contested today than it was when first introduced formally into Scottish Universities over one hundred years ago. As a growing international movement, student voice balances precariously between forces associated with … Continue reading

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Special 40th anniversary issue of Educational Management Administration & Leadership: A historical review of major themes

Special 40th anniversary issue From Educational Management Administration & Leadership This special 40th anniversary issue features review papers from leading academics on six of the major and enduring themes in the field, and it coincides with the 40th anniversary of … Continue reading

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Storytelling, leadership and all that jazz

Sensemaking and sensegiving stories of jazz leadership From Human Relations This article explores the role of storytelling as a means of sensemaking and sensegiving about organizing and leadership in jazz. In doing so authors seek to explain how jazz musicians … Continue reading

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The right face leads to success: Facial structure predicts financial performance

A face only an investor could love – CEOs’ facial structure predicts their firms’ financial performance From Psychological Science Leadership researchers have long theorized that innate characteristics distinguish successful leaders from unsuccessful leaders. This paper considers if innate personal traits … Continue reading

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Computers are oversold and underused in Middle East classrooms

Promoting the Knowledge Economy in the Arab World From SAGE Open This article discusses the need for a deeper institutional reform that will bring Arab classrooms into the 21st century. The research studies educational programs in Bahrain, Jordan, and the … Continue reading

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Leadership and Innovation: How can we serve you better?

This week the SAGE US offices took a field trip to an area hotel ballroom (one that was large enough to fit all 300+ of us in it) and had our biannual US Publishing Meeting. This is an all-company meeting … Continue reading

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If Cameron’s ‘Big Society’ is the answer, what is the question?

Leading questions: If ‘Total Place’, ‘Big Society’ and local leadership are the answers: What’s the question?   From Leadership On 19 July 2010, the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, explained his concept of ‘Big Society’. The idea calls for a … Continue reading

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Gay students suffer under faith schools regime

Conflicts of ethos: issues of equity and diversity in faith-based schools From Education Management Administration and Leadership Faith based schools are on the rise in the UK, apparently boosting educational standards. This study investigates the consequences when school values and … Continue reading

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