Doing Leadership Differently: Gender, Power and Sexuality in a Changing Business Culture

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Melbourne Univ. Publishing, 2005 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
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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 Exploring how Australian organizations currently cling to an outdated concept of leadership, this volume shows why the traditional style of leadership has failed; how men as well as women can benefit from understanding how gender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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Contents

The AbsenceInvisibility of Women in Leadership
15
ABOUT
37
ABOUT WOMEN
73
ABOUT CHANGE
131
Doing it Differently
175
Bibliography
182
Index
198
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\Amanda Sinclair is the Foundation Professor of Management (Diversity and Change) at the Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne, where she teaches managers and executives. She is the author of Trials at the Top.

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