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Physicality of Leadership: Gesture, Entanglement, Taboo, Possibilities Vol: 6

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28 Nov 2014
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
385 pages - 152 x 229 x 23mm
Monographs in Leadership and Management
Academic literature has to a large extent ignored how leaders present themselves physically. This volume invites leadership scholars to inquire rigorously into the physical aspect of leading and leadership. By noticing and dwelling with the visible facets of leading, the book suggests new possibilities for how leadership can be created and studied.
Introduction: The Physicality of Leadership: ‘Ceci N’est Pas Une Pipe’. Leading a Group through Feeling: Teaching by the Movement of Learning. Flying Blind? Teaching Aesthetic Agency in an Executive MBA Course. Disappearing Bodies in Virtual Leadership?. From Mahler to the Movies: Physical Empathy in Orchestral Leadership. Music Beyond the Chamber: NZTrio and Embodied Communities. Leadership, Eroticism and Abjection: Star Trek and the Borg Queen. Bill Clinton and the End of Leadership. On Knees, Breasts and Being Fully Human in Leadership. ‘In through the Nose, out through the Mouth’: How Conscious Breathing Can Help Mere Mortals Cope with the Difficulties of Leading. Open Your Heart. The Physicality of Leadership: Gesture, Entanglement, Taboo, Possibilities. Monographs in Leadership and Management. The Physicality of Leadership: Gesture, Entanglement, Taboo, Possibilities. Copyright page. About the Editors. List of Contributors. Acknowledgements. About the Authors. To be Physical is to Inter-Be-Come – Beyond Empiricism and Idealism towards Embodied Leadership that Matters.

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