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Destructive Leadership and Management Hypocrisy: Advances in Theory and Practice

Selin Metin Camgöz
Hacettepe University, Turkey

Özge Tayfur Ekmekci
Hacettepe University, Turkey


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Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781800431812
Published:
08 Jul 2021
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
360 pages - 152 x 229mm
When evaluating leadership, bad events ‘have more impact than good ones, and bad information is processed more thoroughly than good’. Destructive Leadership and Management Hypocrisy: Advances in Theory and Practice provides detailed insights into conceptualizations of destructive leadership, instruments of measurement in this area, and reviews studies about the concept’s antecedents and consequences.

Divided into functional sections exploring definitional issues and conceptual clarifications in destructive leadership, a range of issues are covered including:
• Holistic definitions of destructive leadership
• Dispositional characteristics of destructive leaders, and their environment
• Pseudo transformational, laissez-faire, and unethical leadership
• Leader hypocrisy, integrity, and its consequences
• Destructive leadership from a cross-cultural perspective
• Outcomes of destructive leadership and leader hypocrisy

Readers will gain a deeper understanding of the implications of destructive leadership and find value in the immediate application of these warnings and lessons to their own careers and organizations.
Part 1. Definitional Issues and Conceptual Clarifications in Destructive Leadership 
Chapter 1. Destructive Leadership: Explaining, Critiquing, And Moving Beyond Leader-Centric Perspectives; Christian Thoroughgood 
Chapter 2. How Can Anyone Be Like That? – Systematizing Destructive and Ineffective Leadership; Jan Schilling and Birgit Schyns 
Chapter 3. Fifty Shades of Darth Vaders In Organizations: An Overview Of Destructive Leadership; Afife Başak Ok, Asli Göncü-Köse, and Yonca Toker-Gültaş 
Chapter 4. A Typology of Destructive Leadership: Pseudo-Transformational, Laissez-Faire and Unethical Causal Factors and Predictors; Wallace A. Burns 
Chapter 5. Corporate Psychopaths and Destructive Leadership in Organizations; Clive R. Boddy 
Chapter 6. Dispositional Characteristics of Abusive Supervisors; Johannes F. W. Arendt, Erica L. Bettac, Josef H. Gammel, and John F. Rauthmann 
Part 2. The Outcomes of Destructive Leadership and Leader Hypocrisy 
Chapter 7. The Impact of Destructive Leadership On Followers’ Well-Being; Irem Metin-Orta 
Chapter 8. Organizational Outcomes of Destructive Leadership: Summary and Evaluation; Serdar Karabati
Chapter 9. Leader Hypocrisy and Its Emotional, Attitudinal, And Behavioral Consequences; Arzu İlsev and Eren Miski Aydin 
Chapter 10. A Manifestation of Destructive Leadership: Downward Mobbing And Employees’ Stress-Related Growth; Didar Zeytun and Zeynep Aycan 
Chapter 11. Toxic Illusio in The Global Value Chain: The Case of Amazon; Aybike Mergen and Mustafa Ozbilgin
Part 3. Emerging Issues in Destructive Leadership: A Special Concern to Measures and Remedies of How to Deal with It 
Chapter 12. Measuring Destructive Leadership; Selin Metin Camgoz and Pinar Bayhan Karapinar 
Chapter 13. Cognitive Biases of Destructive Leadership: A Special Focus On Machiavellianism; Yonca Toker-Gültaş, A.Başak Ok, and Savaş Ceylan 
Chapter 14. Public Myth and Metaphor: Negative Narratives, Lost Reputations and Bankers’ Leadership Illegitimacies from The Media During the Financial Crisis of 2008-9; Fran Myers 
Chapter 15. Destructive Leadership from A Cross-Cultural Perspective: Is There a Convergence or Divergence?; Ozge Tayfur Ekmekci and Semra Guney 
Chapter 16. Gender and Destructive Leadership: An Examination of Follower Perceptions; Pinar Bayhan Karapinar, Azize Ergeneli and Anil Boz Semerci 
Chapter 17. The Dark Side of Nonprofit Leadership: Cases, Causes and Consequences; Marco Tavanti and Anna Tait
Selin Metin Camgöz is a Professor of Organizational Behavior in the Department of Business Administration at Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey. She has previously authored book chapters on investment behavior, emotional intelligence at work and servant leadership.

Özge Tayfur Ekmekci is an Associate Professor of Management and Organization in Department of Business Administration, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey. She has previously authored book chapters on measurement instruments in job insecurity research and strategic human resource management.

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