Leadership and social change: a contest for influence
Social change is fundamentally a process of collective mobilization—of standing up for what ‘we’ believe in and against which that violates the values that define who ‘we’ are. Leaders play a central role in mobilizing social change. It is through a process of social influence that such a ‘we’ is created, and ultimately, embodied in collective behaviour. Yet, the role of leadership in mobilizing collective understandings are missing in this body of work. While...[Show more]
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