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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 58 | Submission: 11975 | Sponsor(s): (OB, HR)
Scheduled: Friday, Aug 10 2018 9:45AM - 12:45PM at Sheraton Grand Chicago in Sheraton Ballroom IV
Provoking Novel Ideas and Approaches in Leadership Research: An Incubator
Novel Ideas in Leadership

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Organizer: Alexandra Gerbasi, U. of Exeter Business School
Organizer: Raymond T. Sparrowe, Washington U. in St. Louis
Presenter: Ajay Mehra, U. of Kentucky
Presenter: Edward McClain Wellman, Arizona State U.
Presenter: Leslie A. DeChurch, Northwestern U.
Presenter: Susan J. Ashford, U. of Michigan
Presenter: Raina A. Brands, London Business School
Presenter: Joyce Bono, U. of Florida
“Provoking Novel Ideas and Approaches to Leadership” is an incubator intended to surface and explore new ways of theorizing and novel methods in the domain of leadership and to foster opportunities for research collaborations around these ideas and approaches. Six scholars who have shaped the field have been recruited to serve as “Provocateurs,” and together they will bring challenging questions and novel perspectives to bear on central questions in the leadership field. The format of the PDW will facilitate interaction among participants and Provocateurs at small group roundtables with the charge of formulating promising research questions, followed by a plenary session in which working groups share the outcomes of their efforts. The incubator will conclude with an opportunity for participants to gather around the questions they find most interesting and explore opportunities for collaborations.
Pre-registration is required for this session. To register online, please visit Please contact the workshop organizer to obtain the approval code. The deadline to register online is August 9, 2018.
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