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Resistance and struggle in leadership development

From Human Relations Critically orientated leadership development scholarship has recently broached the impact of power dynamics in leadership development interventions. This article seeks to complement the emergent focus on power by exploring its dialectical relation: resistance. It takes recent research … Continue reading

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The mutual benefits of green-cultural criminology

A green-cultural criminology: An exploratory outline From Crime Media Culture “Green criminology” is concerned with crimes and harms affecting the natural environment, the planet, and the associated impacts on human and non-human life. Within the last two decades, “green criminology” … Continue reading

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Prozac leadership and the limits of positive thinking

From Leadership Positivity is now so embedded, ubiquitous and taken for granted in popular Western cultures that it is rarely questioned in theory or practice. Positive narratives in leadership can be transformational, facilitating innovation and enhancing teamwork. This article critically examines … Continue reading

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Protest and politics at the Olympics

Not just the Games? Power, protest and politics at the Olympics From European Journal of International Relations This is another in our series of articles highlighting various aspects of Olympic Games to celebrate the countdown to 2012. The Olympic Games … Continue reading

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