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Caring Leadership: A Heideggerian Perspective (2015)
Journal Article
Tomkins, L., & Simpson, P. (2015). Caring Leadership: A Heideggerian Perspective. Organization Studies, 36(8), 1013-1031. https://doi.org/10.1177/0170840615580008

© 2015, © The Author(s) 2015. This paper develops the idea of caring leadership based on Heidegger’s philosophy of care. From this perspective, caring leadership is grounded in the practices of ‘leaping-in’ and ‘leaping-ahead’ as modes of interventio... Read More about Caring Leadership: A Heideggerian Perspective.

Organizing in the mist: A case study in leadership and complexity (2007)
Journal Article
Simpson, P. (2007). Organizing in the mist: A case study in leadership and complexity. Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 28(5), 465-482. https://doi.org/10.1108/01437730710761751

Purpose - This paper aims to help develop an understanding of how complexity theory may beapplied to an understanding of leadership and organizational dynamics and contributes to the growing body of literature in the same subject. Design/methodology/... Read More about Organizing in the mist: A case study in leadership and complexity.

‘Our best work happens when we don’t know what we’re doing’. Discuss (1999)
Journal Article
French, R., & Simpson, P. (1999). ‘Our best work happens when we don’t know what we’re doing’. Discuss

The article challenges the dominant assumption that the key to working effectively as academics, organizational researchers, consultants, managers or teachers is to know what we are doing. Instead, it proposes that learning comes from working at the... Read More about ‘Our best work happens when we don’t know what we’re doing’. Discuss.