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Rewriting leadership with narrative intelligence : how leaders can thrive in complex, confusing and contradictory times

Author: Greg Morgan
Publisher: Bingley, UK : Emerald Publishing, [2019]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Leadership is a learnable, deeply embodied skill that sits within influence relationships. Effective leaders understand that people make meaning by thinking narratively: constantly creating stories they believe to be true. They use narrative intelligence to reshape their own and others' stories, more aligned with achieving goals and wellbeing.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)1066102698
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Greg Morgan
ISBN: 9781787567757 1787567753 9781787567771 178756777X
OCLC Number: 1101173537
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Intro; Rewriting Leadership with Narrative Intelligence; Contents; List of Figures; About the Author; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Praise for Rewriting Leadership with Narrative Intelligence; Introduction; Part One: A Case for Narrative Intelligence; An Invitation to View Life as a Flow of Interweaving Narratives; What is a Story?; Reflective Questions; Implications for Practice; Stories and Narratives; Reflective Questions; Implications for Practice; The Human DNA of Storytelling; Questions for Reflection; Implications for Practice The Impact of 400 Years of Western Empirical Thinking on How We ThinkReflective Questions; Implications for Practice; How Narrative Thinking Mitigates against Victimhood and Builds Grit; Reflective Questions; Implications for Practice; Strengthening Self-efficacy to Shape Preferred Narratives; Reflective Questions; Implications for Practice; Narratives are Always Works in Progress, Not 'The Whole Story'; Reflective Questions; Implications for Practice; The Medium of Storytelling is Language, with All its Richness and Limitations; Reflective Questions; Implications for Practice Foundations of Narrative Intelligence --
Drawing Together Perspectives from Disparate DisciplinesMaking Sense Where Our Narratives Coalesce: In Our Unique, 'Storied Space'; Questions for Reflection; Implications for Practice; Perspectives from Artificial Intelligence Research; Questions for Reflection; Implications for Practice; Perspectives from Neuroscience; Questions for Reflection; Implications for Practice; Perspectives from Cognitive Psychology; Questions for Reflection; Implications for Practice; Perspectives from Philosophical Hermeneutics; Questions for Reflection Implications for PracticeAnd So: Narrative Intelligence; Questions for Reflection; Implications for Practice; Part Two: The Practical Wisdom of Leading with Narrative Intelligence; Considering Practical Wisdom and Narrative Intelligence; Questions for Reflection; Implications for Practice; Reaching for a Whole of Leadership; Questions for Reflection; Implications for Practice; A New Narrative of Leading; Questions for Reflection; Implications for Practice; Leadership as a Deeply Embodied, Intuitive Skill; Questions for Reflection; Implications for Practice Perspectives from Management StudiesQuestions for Reflection; Implications for Practice; Perspectives from Systems Thinking; Questions for Reflection; Implications for Practice; The Storied Space of Leadership; A Systemic Approach to Realising Visions; Questions for Reflection; Implications for Practice; Rewriting Our Leadership Narratives; Questions for Reflection; Implications for Practice; Becoming the Person and Leader I Seek to be; Questions for Reflection; Implications for Practice; Leading with Presence, Trust, and Fidelity of Influence; Questions for Reflection
Responsibility: by Greg Morgan.

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