In my research and teaching I leverage my many years of experience at business schools in the United States, Europe, and the Pacific Rim, along with my background in the humanities and cultural history, towards the development of interdisciplinary perspectives on leadership, management, and cultural dynamics in a variety of organizational and social contexts. My current research project brings these interests to bear on the ebb and flow of fashionable leadership concepts, on the delivery of leadership products and services via the leadership industries, and on the connections between these commercial/industrial/professional dynamics and prevailing conceptions of leadership itself.
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