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    Book Launch: Developing Leadership: Questions Business School’s Don’t Ask

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    START DATE 28 October 2015
    START TIME 02:15pm
    END DATE 28 October 2015
    END TIME 04:30pm

    Professor of HRM Chris Mabey launches his new book

    Developing Leadership: Questions Business Schools Don't Ask 

    This event aims to provide an opportunity to explore some of the issues identified in this new book by Professor of HRM Chris Mabey and co-author Wolfgang Mayrhofer in light of current leadership scandals. Guests include leading practitioners in the field of Ethical Leadership and faculty from Middlesex Business School, many of whom are partners in a related ESRC Seminar series:   www.ethicalleadership.org.uk

    The afternoon will include input from Yuliya Shymko (Assistant Professor of Strategy, Vlerick Business School (Belgium), Vincent Neate, Head of Sustainability Services in KPMG (UK), Prof Edwina Pio (Professor of Diversity in Aotearoa, New Zealand) and brief comments from the editor. There will be an opportunity to quiz the panel on what business schools can do to promote ethical leadership. This event is free and light refreshments will be available.

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    Schedule:

    2.30: WELCOME

    Chris Mabey, Professor of Leadership

    2.35: THE FORGOTTEN HUMANNESS OF ORGANIZATIONS

    Yuliya Shymko, Assistant Professor of Strategy, Vlerick Business School (Belgium)

    2.55: INTRODUCTION: How can business schools break the collusive cycle and help to develop ethical leadership in the UK?

    Chris Mabey, Professor of Leadership

    3.15: BREAKING THE CYCLE: EXAMPLES FROM THE BUSINESS SCHOOL CLASSROOM 

    Doirean Wilson,Cross-cultural respect in multi-ethnic groups

    Daniel Doherty, Management blockbusters: is there space for dissent?

    Phil Jackman, Ancient Hebrew wisdom for 21st century students

    Hugo Gaggiotti, Classical Greek philosophy and the learning journey

    Mary Hartog, Ethic of care in social services

    Jennie O'Connor, Authentic leadership for 20 year olds

    3.45: PANEL "WHAT CAN BUSINESS SCHOOLS DO TO PROMOTE ETHICAL LEADERSHIP?"

    Vincent Neate, Director of Sustainability Services in KPMG (UK)

    Ken Parry, Professor of Leadership, Deakin University, Australia 

    Edwina Pio, Professor of Diversity, Auckland University of TechnologyNew Zealand

    Yuliya Shymko, Assistant Professor of Strategy, Vlerick Business School (Belgium)

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