An ILA Leadership Perspectives Webinar

Relational Leadership: Principles, Practices & Possibilities

Presenter: Nicholas Clarke

Date: 23 May 2018

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This webinar aims to provide a stimulus for participants to consider and discuss the exciting new developments and challenges that the practice of relational leadership brings for organizations.

The webinar will explore the key principles underpinning relational leadership and introduce some of the associated theories such as responsible leadership, shared leadership, and complexity leadership that have built on these key principles. The presenter will highlight new insights based upon research and literature as to how leaders and managers might develop strategies and interventions to help develop these forms of leadership in their organizations. Key learning points from three case studies, as detailed in the recently released book, Relational Leadership: Theory, Practice and Development, will be raised as well as the importance of relational leadership as a means toward meeting today’s leadership challenges. Attention will be paid to the differences between research approaches and views in the U.S., Europe, and the U.K. 

Speaker Information

Nicholas Clarke, Professor of Organisational Behaviour & Human Resource Management at EADA Business School in Barcelona, has spent the past 20 years building a major body of research advancing the understanding of how the quality of work relationships influence the effectiveness and outcomes of leadership, leadership development, and human resource development in organizations. In addition to his commitment to teaching and research, Nicholas presents at conferences and seminars in the UK and internationally, and has provided consultancy on leadership development to N-Power, Rolls Royce Fuel Systems, and the UK Home Office. He recently coauthored the study Responsible Leadership in Projects (Project Management Institute, 2018) and serves on the editorial board of Human Resource Development QuarterlyEuropean Journal of Training & Development, and Team Performance Management.

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