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Facing the monsters: Embracing liminality in leadership development (2017)
Book Chapter
Hawkins, B., & Edwards, G. (2017). Facing the monsters: Embracing liminality in leadership development. In S. Kempster, A. Turner, & G. Edwards (Eds.), Field Guide to Leadership DevelopmentEdward Elgar

This chapter draws on our experiences of the liminal nature of learning about leadership. Liminality is often referred to as a moment of ‘being on a threshold’, or ‘betwixt-and-between’, where new worldviews can be developed and new identities can b... Read More about Facing the monsters: Embracing liminality in leadership development.

Field Guide to Leadership Development (2017)
Book
Kempster, S., Turner, A., & Edwards, G. (2017). Field Guide to Leadership Development. Edward Elgar

This Field Guide offers a rich variety of academic approaches to facilitate leadership development in adults. It is an invaluable resource, giving insightful worked examples linked to theory and reflective commentary. The extensive experiences of wor... Read More about Field Guide to Leadership Development.

The absent follower: Identity construction within organisationally assigned leader–follower relations (2017)
Journal Article
Schedlitzki, D., Edwards, G., & Kempster, S. (2018). The absent follower: Identity construction within organisationally assigned leader–follower relations. Leadership, 14(4), 483-503. https://doi.org/10.1177/1742715017693544

© The Author(s) 2017. This article seeks to add to our understanding of processes of identity construction within organisationally assigned leader–follower relations through an exploration of the role of the absent, feminised follower. We situate our... Read More about The absent follower: Identity construction within organisationally assigned leader–follower relations.

Using Greek mythology in leadership development: The role of archetypes for self-reflection (2017)
Book Chapter
Schedlitzki, D., Jarvis, C., & MacInnes, J. (2017). Using Greek mythology in leadership development: The role of archetypes for self-reflection. In S. Kempster, A. Turner, & G. Edwards (Eds.), Field Guide to Leadership Development, 91-102. Edward Elgar

Deep, critical self-reflection is not easy (Reynolds, 1999). It requires time, space, courage and careful support and is often very difficult to achieve in the context of busy, demanding organisational lives where we are expected to be confident, str... Read More about Using Greek mythology in leadership development: The role of archetypes for self-reflection.