The presentation articulates a radical reimagination of ethical leadership research, development, and practice as a political project exercised towards the goals of equality, justice, and emancipation. Recorded on 27 March 2014.
Reimagining ethical leadership (Swinburne Leadership Dialogues Series 2)
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(Faculty of Business and Enterprise)
Swinburne Leadership Dialogues
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