The role of wisdom in organisational leadership
This thesis begins with a review of the literature on wisdom models, theories of wise leadership, and existing wisdom measures. It continues with a review of how the concept of wisdom may add value…
Constructive-Developmental Theory and the Integrated Domains of Wisdom: Are Post-Conventional Leaders Really Wiser?
How leaders experience wisdom is important to our understanding of leadership behavior as well as to our overall understanding of leadership. The article explores qualitative findings that may…
Leaders’ Personal Wisdom and Leader–Member Exchange Quality: The Role of Individualized Consideration
- Business, Psychology
Business scholars have recently proposed that the virtue of personal wisdom may predict leadership behaviors and the quality of leader–follower relationships. This study investigated relationships…
Wise and Virtuous Leadership: The Contribution of Confucian Values to Business Leadership
Leadership is deemed as a highly context-based, complex outcome of dynamic interaction between the leader, follower and situation; and it continues to be a highly researched, yet elusive topic. Since…
A discursive analysis of the in situ construction of (Japanese) leadership and leader identity in a research interview. Implications for leadership research
Interviews are a way, if not the key way, in which knowledge of leadership and leader identity is sought. Yet, the interviews as a site of the construction of this knowledge are often “black-boxed”…
Wisdom and Learning from Important and Meaningful Life Experiences
- Education, Psychology
According to the wisdom literature, learning from important and meaningful life experiences can foster wisdom. Leading others is one such experience. This paper explores empirically whether and how…
Wisdom and narcissism as predictors of transformational leadership
Purpose – Although leadership and organizational scholars have suggested that the virtue of wisdom may promote outstanding leadership behavior, this proposition has rarely been empirically tested.…
Leadership Values and Values Based Leadership: What is the Main Focus?
- BusinessApplied Research In Health And Social Sciences: Interface And Interaction
The conclusion is focused on the idea that the leader needs to regain and maintain trust and positive values based leadership goes beyond leveraging strengths and making meaning.
Linking Wise Organizations to Wise Leadership, Job Satisfaction, and Well-Being
- BusinessFrontiers in Communication
Objective: Research shows that wisdom benefits individuals, but is this also true for organizations? To answer this question, we first delineated the characteristics of wise and not-so-wise…
Can wisdom be fostered: Time to test the model of wisdom
Abstract Several psychological theories and models of wisdom have been developed. Despite converging trend from different theories and models in the understanding of wisdom, intervention plans or…
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Leadership Renewal: Towards the Philosophy of Wisdom
Introduction Leadership belongs more to moral philosophy than to scientific theory. If one analyses Plato’s central problems of the character of a well-governed city; the formation of its leaders;…
A Process View of Wisdom
The present study proposes to define wisdom as a real-life process which consists of three core components—integration, embodiment, and positive effects. Two studies were conducted to test whether…
Phenomenology and Integral Pheno‐Practice of Wisdom in Leadership and Organization
This paper investigates the multidimensional phenomenon of wisdom in organizations and management as an integral and relational process. In particular, the paper will show how phenomenology can help…
A Balance Theory of Wisdom
The author presents a balance theory of wisdom. First, some alternative approaches to wisdom are reviewed, including philosophical, implicit theoretical, and explicit theoretical ones. Second, the…
A nomination approach to the study of wisdom in old age
The purpose of this study was to contribute to the development of the wisdom construct in psychology by relating wisdom to standard measures of functioning. Six hypotheses which concerned the…
A systems model of leadership: WICS.
- BusinessThe American psychologist
A systems model of leadership is reviewed, a synthesis of wisdom, creativity, and intelligence (WICS), which relates the current model to other extant models of leadership.
Handbook of Organizational and Managerial Wisdom
Foreword - Karl E. Weick Introduction - Understanding, Applying and Developing Organizational and Managerial Wisdom - Eric H. Kessler and James R. Bailey Part I: Logic Chapter 1 Individual Logic -…