Sub-theme 28: Leadership Development for a Post-truth, Post-human and Post-organizational World

Brigid Carroll, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Jackie Ford, Durham University, United Kingdom
Owain Smolović Jones, The Open University, United Kingdom
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, 50 George Square - G.05
Philosophical and Theoretical Complexities
Chair: Brigid Carroll
David Knights
A neo-humanist enlightenment approach to leadership and its development
Nancy Harding, Suze Wilson, Hugh Lee and Jackie Ford
A play for today: Philosophers go on a leadership development course
Discussants: Amanda Hay and Nicole Ferry
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30, 50 George Square - G.05
Leadership Development (1)
Chair: Jackie Ford
Johan Alvehus and Gareth Edwards
Leadership as a performatively co-constructed romantic stupor: Implications for leadership development
Pisitta Vongswasdi, Hannes Leroy and Johannes Claeys
Leadership development beyond developing leaders: Toward a multi-narrative understanding of program effectiveness
Sylvia Schweiger, Barbara Müller and Wolfgang H. Güttel
Leader identity development: Promoting and hindering dynamics
Discussants: Frank Meier and Marian Iszatt-White
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, 50 George Square - G.05
Authenticity and Self
Chair: Owain Smolović Jones
Marian Iszatt-White and Steve Kempster
Authentic leadership: 'Root construct’ to marginal ‘technique’ and back again?
Mats Alvesson and Katja Einola
Warning for excessive positivity. Authentic leadership and other traps
Tuukka Kostamo, Reima Launonen and Nick Ahleskog
Self-management and leadership – An enlightenment towards “a man’s emergence from his self-incurred immaturity”?
Discussants: David Knights and Johan Alvehus
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, 50 George Square - G.05
Leadership Development (2)
Chair: Jackie Ford
Amanda Hay
Rethinking ignorance for leadership development
Feng Yue
Ways to develop leadership base on the classical Chinese conception of reality – Base on Francois Jullien’s work
Lucia Crevani and Anna Uhlin
Is e-leadership development enlightening? Handling sensuous fragmentations by making leadership algorithmic
Discussants: Barbara Muller and Liji James
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, 50 George Square - G.05
Leadership in the Plural
Chair: Brigid Carroll
Diansha Wang
Follower role crafting: Setting the front stage and back stage in hybrid contexts
Amir Keshtiban and Martin Harris
The multimodality of leadership in leaderless groups. The case of London Occupy Movement
Nicole C. Ferry and Eric Guthey
Student leadership development in the therapeutic university
Discussants: Melita Balas Rant and Amir Keshtiban
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, 50 George Square - G.05
Contexts and Sites of Leadership
Chair: Owain Smolović Jones
Mona Toft Madsen and Kasper Elmholdt
Unlocking the Iron Cage: An inquiry into new leadership practices in a public service organization
Liji James and Priya Nair Rajeev
“Working together, winning together”: Exploring shared leadership in a community based enterprise
Josée Lortie, Laure Cabantous and Cyrille Sardais
Leadership in haute-cuisine restaurant kitchens: A material-aesthetics experience
Discussants: Hugh Lee and Diansha Wang
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, 50 George Square - G.05
Leadership Development (3)
Chair: Jackie Ford
Loua Khalil, John Benington and Jean Hartley
Leadership development in the context of post-conflict peacebuilding
Frank Meier and Brigid Carroll
Talking practice in leadership development – A ventriloquial analysis
Melita Rant
Constructive leadership development for 5th order of consciousness
Discussants: Nancy Harding and Pisitta Vongwasdi