What is it about?

The practice perspective of leadership de-emphasizes purpose and rather recognizes pre-reflective forms of intentionality carried out in embodied practices that may be subsequently guided by democratic, emancipatory and reflexive processes. Although leadership-as-practice should be classified as a descriptive metaethical theory, it can be animated by normative accounts derived from exploratory and critical discourses.

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Why is it important?

The contribution of the telos of social justice and sustainability needs to be accompanied by the exploratory study of the processes that detail social and material interactions that may alter the trajectory of the flow of practices within the organization. By focusing on process, we observe the actual doings or enactments of leadership that require mining prior to diving into goal attainment.

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This page is a summary of: Leadership-as-Practice: Antecedent to Leaderful Purpose, Journal of Change Management, June 2021, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/14697017.2021.1942966.
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