By Celina McEwen, Alison Pullen and Carl Rhodes For many academics, working from home has long been a regular part of their lives. Being away from the bustle of the university office environment and the classroom has been a welcome retreat to get research work done. One might easily think that, given this experience, the … Continue reading Should we pause fieldwork?: A consequence of COVID-19 lockdown on research
In this blogpost, we suggest that leadership can advance diversity and equality in organisations by incorporating a more radical and transversal politics.
We have been working on a way to bridge intersectionality research and relational leadership research to better register the complex intersections of difference that shape how identities are developed and enacted in organizational settings, with a focus on how leadership practices can create and perpetuate regimes of inequality, discrimination and oppression.
Research investigates the complex intersection of cultural and gender differences and develops a theory on leadership diversity.