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Leadership for Sustainability: An Action Research Approach
This book focuses on what it means to take up leadership for sustainability, from a variety of organisational and social positions, and considers the consequences of different strategies and practices for influencing change. Leadership for Sustainability shows what an action research based practice of leadership for sustainability looks like and provides a sense of the personal and professional challenges this involves; how participants draw on reflective practice strategically (to create a context in which they can be influential) and also tactically (in moment-to-moment choices about how to act). It also illustrates and reflects on the kinds of outcomes that can be expected from this work, both the specific and strategic achievements, and the difficulties, challenges and disappointments. Thus the major part of this volume consists of accounts by graduates of the MSc in Responsibility and Business Practice of their activities, projects, achievements and learning. Accompanying sections from the editors overview, analyse and reflect on these accounts and the issues they raise for notions of leadership, practice, sustainability and change.

Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Taking up the challenge
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Promoting alternative questioning, policies and practices in mainstream organisations
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Establishing sustainability practices in organisations and industries
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Paying attention to everyday practices of sustainable living
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Seeking to shift systemic rules and awareness
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Connecting up stakeholders for more sustainable outcomes
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Itinerant change agents to professions and sectors
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Working through community and society
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Working with young people
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