Doing Leadership Differently: Gender, Power and Sexuality in a Changing Business Culture
With a new preface, this revised edition presents a concept of leadership that situates gender, power, and sexuality at the heart of being a leader. Exploring how Australian organizations currently cling to an outdated concept of leadership, this volume shows why the traditional style of leadership has failed; how men as well as women can benefit from understanding how gender shapes leadership style; how to put power and sexuality at the heart of effective leadership; and how to widen the pool of Australian leadership talent.
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