Who am I as a leader? Shaping a hermeneutic perspective
|dc.contributor.supervisor||Prof. Barry Fraser|
|dc.contributor.supervisor||Adj. Prof. Roya Pugh|
This participative inquiry seeks to address its question by drawing on contemporary research into leadership and contributing to it by extending Rost's notion of 'influence relationship' and offering a concept of 'fidelity of influence'. It considers also how postmodern leaders might become 'wise' through 'virtuous practical wisdom'. As the learning journey unfolded, the methodology transformed from positivist to hermeneutic and autoethnographic, culminating in the concept of 'storied spaces' to support deeper, hermeneutic insight into leading.
|dc.title||Who am I as a leader? Shaping a hermeneutic perspective|
|curtin.department||Science and Mathematics Education Centre|