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Leadership discourse at work

interactions of humour, gender and workplace culture

by Stephanie Schnurr

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Leadership -- Social aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementStephanie Schnurr.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD57.7 .S3565 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22796648M
    ISBN 109780230201804
    LC Control Number2008053089

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Employing a discourse analytical approach this book focuses on the under-researched strategy of humour to illustrate how discursive performances of leadership are influenced by gender and workplace culture.

Far from being a superfluous strategy that distracts from business, humour performs a myriad of important functions in the workplace context. Request PDF | Leadership Discourse at Work: Interaction of Humour, Gender and Workplace Culture | Employing a discourse analytical approach this book focuses on Author: Stephanie Schnurr.

Employing a discourse analytical approach this book focuses on the under-researched strategy of humour to illustrate how discursive performances of leadership are influenced by gender and workplace culture.

Far from being a superfluous strategy that distracts from business, humour performs a myriad of important functions in the workplace : Stephanie Schnurr.

Focusing on leadership in discourse, the book sets out to explore how the notion of leadership has been articulated, studied and debated by academics, but also by practitioners, journalists, and others who seek to influence the thoughts of others.5/5(2). Each discourse may stand alone and dominate different sectors and organizations, but they also co-exist, within organizations and within individual leaders and leadership teams.

However, one discourse is usually dominant in any given situation at any given time. In leadership practice, co-existence usually means one of two things: 1. The leadership discourses in practice The embodiment of the leadership discourse by a leader character brings the concept of a dis-course into the lived workplace.

It provides a tangible and observable leadership practice to engage and negotiate with. It reveals to those who take a critical perspective how a discourse.

the center for leadership at Fuller Theological Seminary is named, concluded his book Leadership Jazz with a “checklist” of twelve “attributes of leadership” including vision, presence, and so forth.8 Leaders contrast sharply with managers, according to many authors such as John Kotter or Lovett Weems.

Managers maintainFile Size: KB. It focuses on how leaders actually 'do leadership' in their everyday interactions with the people they work ing a discourse analytical approach, this book focuses on the under-researched strategy of humour to illustrate how discursive performances of leadership are influenced by gender and workplace : Schnurr S.

The Eco-leadership discourse focuses on connectivity, inter-dependence, ethics and leadership spirit.

The aim is to create distributed leadership at local levels, encouraging leadership from the edge and building networks that are responsive and adaptive to Size: KB. This chapter outlines developments in the area of workplace discourse over the last few decades.

The first section discusses the ways in which methods of data collection and analysis have expanded in this second section reviews a range of different types of workplace discourse which have been the focus of discourse analysis, including interviews, meetings, small talk and by: 2.

Book review: Stephanie Schnurr, Leadership Discourse at Work: Interactions of Humour, Gender and Workplace Culture. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, xii + pp. US$75 (hbk) Chit Cheung Matthew SungAuthor: Chit Cheung Matthew Sung.

Discourse on Leadership In a wide-ranging and provocative new study, Bert A. Spector provides a critical analysis of past and present theories of leadership.

Spector asserts that our perception of leadership influences who we vote for, who we hire and promote, and ultimately to whom we choose grant our authority. Employing a discourse analytical approach this book focuses on the under-researched strategy of humour to illustrate how discursive performances of leadership are influenced by gender and workplace Far from being a superfluous strategy that distracts from business, humour performs a myriad of important functions in the workplace context.

Taking a social constructionist approach to the ways in which leadership is enacted through discourse, the book problematizes the concept of ethnicity and demonstrates the importance of context—particularly the community of practice—in determining what counts as relevant in the analysis of ethnicity.

The Eco-Leadership Discourse Leadership in a distributed and networked context The growing significance of the eco-leadership discourse Moving from modeling organizations as machines to seeing them like organisms Shifting nature of work and social life The rising importance of non-human technologies in the workplace.

3 x The Meaning of Transformational Leadership Coaching chapter 1 Structures of which we are unaware hold us prisoner. —Peter Senge (The Fifth Discipline: The Art and Practice of the Learning Organization,p. 94) A lthough Flywheel draws on many different theories, all of them cogent toFile Size: KB.

Cambridge Core - Management: General Interest - Discourse on Leadership - by Bert A. SpectorCited by: Humor in Leadership Discourse 5 Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Business Management (ISBN: ) Defining Leadership Discourse Because leadership is a multifaceted notion which often mystifies (Yukl, ), there is little consensus among scholars concerning its definition and meaning.

In fact, there are almost as. If a company, department, or project team comes to mind, then you’ve got the idea. Likewise, if the language of your neighborhood, ski club, or volunteer work comes to mind, then you get it. One of the key elements of this formal description is the need for experienced members of the discourse community to transfer knowledge to the newer members.

In my book 'Leadership A Critical Text', I identify four discourses of leadership; the Controller, Therapist, Messiah and the Eco-leader.

Each discourse represents the way leadership is thought about, the asssumtions that we take for granted, therefore determining how leadership is enacted. This is the first book in the field of workplace discourse to examine the relationships among leadership, ethnicity, and language use.

Taking a social constructionist approach to the ways in which leadership is enacted through discourse, Leadership, Discourse, and Ethnicity problematizes the concept of ethnicity and demonstrates the importance of context-particularly the community of practice.SAGE Video Bringing teaching, learning and research to life.

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CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people.The Eco-Leadership discourse draws on doctoral research published in Western S. (). This chapter describes how progressive organisations are moving on from the dominant leadership discourses of the 20th century i.e.

The Controller leadership.