With presenters: Professors Richard Bolden, Jonathan Gosling, and Beverley Hawkins. Moderated by Professor Ron Riggio.
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Leadership is one of the most talked about yet least understood concepts in business, politics and social life.
In this webinar presenters will share insights from compiling the second edition of their book Exploring Leadership (OUP, 2023) along with today’s emerging theories, trends and issues.
In particular, presenters will consider the implications of global societal challenges — such as climate change, healthcare, and inequality — and how people can conceptualize and enact more collective, inclusive, and compassionate forms of leadership practice.
Finally, presenters will consider the extent of technological advances over the past decade and some of the new and enduring capabilities that leaders, teams, and organizations will need to develop in order to navigate the opportunities and challenges these advances create.
Richard Bolden is Professor of Leadership and Management at Bristol Business School, University of the West of England. His teaching and research explore the interface between individual and collective approaches to leadership and leadership development. He has published on topics including distributed, shared and systems leadership; leadership paradoxes and complexity; cross-cultural leadership; and leadership and change in healthcare and higher education. He is Director of Bristol Leadership and Change Centre and Associate Editor of the journal Leadership.
Jonathan Gosling is Emeritus Professor of Leadership Studies at the University of Exeter, having been Chair and Director of the Centre for Leadership Studies there for 12 years, prior to which he directed the Strategic Leaders Unit at Lancaster University Management School. He has played a key role in developing innovative leadership and management education programmes, including the International Masters in Practicing Management, One Planet MBA, and Roundtables for Practicing Managers. Jonathan has been a Visiting Professor at universities in Canada, China, Denmark, France, New Zealand and Sweden and currently acts in an advisory capacity for leadership-related projects in commercial, governmental and activist organizations. He was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by the ILA in 2021 and is currently Scholar in Residence.
Beverley Hawkins is Associate Dean for Education (Business School) and Associate Professor of Leadership/Organisation Studies at the University of Exeter. She researches and teaches in the field of leadership/management practice, learning and development, and is especially interested in the experiences of those leading themselves and others through times of transition, and in experiences of leadership learning and development. Beverley has published in high-ranking journals in the fields of management and higher education learning, sociology and interdisciplinary management/organization studies. She is Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Commerce and Manufactures, and Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Moderator, Dr. Ronald E. Riggio, Ph.D. is the Henry R. Kravis Professor of Leadership and Organizational Psychology at Claremont McKenna College. He has served on the editorial boards of several journals, including The Leadership Quarterly, Leadership, Journal of Management Spirituality and Religion, and has served as an Associate Editor on The Leadership Quarterly and Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies. He is co-editor of Inclusive Leadership: Transforming Diverse Lives, Workplaces, and Societies, and author of Daily Leadership Development: 365 Steps to Becoming a Better Leader. His most recent books are the co-edited Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology and Leadership and Virtues: Understanding and Practicing Good Leadership.