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Brad Jackson is Associate Dean of Strategic Engagement at Waikato Management School in New Zealand. He also serves as Professor of Leadership and Governance. Jackson has published several books — Management Gurus and Management Fashions, Organisational Behaviour in New Zealand, Demystifying Business Celebrity, and Revitalising Leadership. He has also co-edited the Sage Handbook of Leadership and Major Works in Leadership. He is a former co-editor of the journal, Leadership.
Select Publications by Dr. Brad Jackson
- Book - A Very Short, Fairly Interesting, and Reasonably Cheap Book About Studying Leadership
- Book - The Hero Manager - Learning from New Zealand's Top Chief Executives
- Article - The Power of Place in Public Leadership Research and Development
Quotes From This Episode
- "If you want to get to know a place, try to change something."
- "I suppose as you go through your career, particularly as you get towards the twilight phase of your career, you tend to think...'Hang on, where did this all start?', and you start to go back to your original passions and interests."
- "What I’ve been quietly and slightly more noisily doing recently is looking at what I call a 'geography of leadership.'"
- "You’re encouraged to talk about your Mountain and your River. And as someone who’s sort of moved around an awful lot, I must admit, I really struggle with the question - 'What is my Mountain and my River?' The whole idea is that these are critical advocates for who you are and what you’re about, and what you stand for."
- "And of course, the key task of leaders is to create the kind of collaborative governance structures that sustain, but then the collective leadership that keeps the momentum."
Resources Mentioned in This Episode
- Journal - The Journal of Management and Organization - Tribute to Ken Perry
- Concept - Keith Grint’s four lenses of leadership (A quick reference)
- Film - Nomadland
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