Leadership and charisma: A desire that cannot speak its name?

@article{Harding2011LeadershipAC,
  title={Leadership and charisma: A desire that cannot speak its name?},
  author={Nancy Harding and Hugh Lee and J. Ford and M. Learmonth},
  journal={Human Relations},
  year={2011},
  volume={64},
  pages={927 - 949}
}
Leadership has proved impossible to define, despite decades of research and a huge number of publications. This article explores managers’ accounts of leadership, and shows that they find it difficult to talk about the topic, offering brief definitions but very little narrative. That which was said/sayable provides insights into what was unsaid/ unsayable. Queer theory facilitates exploration of that which is difficult to talk about, and applying it to the managers’ talk allows articulation of… Expand
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