Business and Law
Respect: The what, why and how it matters in leadership
This public lecture will focus on why mutuality in respect matters and how it comes about in leadership, and provide recommendations for organisations.The Human Resource Research Centre (HRRC), Cork University Business School, UCC in partnership with the Irish Institute for Training & Development will host a public lecture featuring Professor Nicholas Clarke from EADA Business School, Barcelona, Spain. Date: Wednesday, 10 April 2019 Time: 6pm - 7:30pm (Lecture from at 18:30) Venue: Devere Hall, Student Centre, UCC All welcome to attend. Please register to attend by completing this form (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc_CDegR_6sI3SmHhRwb yGE0w3HwEnSboxWVsWUOF3j64VZ6A/viewform). For any further information please contact email@example.com More recent ideas about leadership emphasise the importance of relationships as central to leadership effects. This suggests that the impact of leadership arises from the nature and characteristics of specific relationships that leaders and followers share. In this lecture Nicholas draws upon research over the past 10 years to argue that respect lays at the core of leadership and is critical for achieving positive outcomes in organisations beyond simply better employee performance. Nicholas will examine how the concept of mutuality has received minimal attention in research both within the field of leadership as well as HRM more broadly, yet is a critical aspect of the leadership relationship and the place of respect within it. The lecture brings together key findings from Nicholas’ own research over the past 5 years in this area to highlight why mutuality in respect matters and how it comes about in leadership relationships. The lecture concludes by exploring its potential implications for enabling organisations to become more sustainable and socially responsive to meet the challenges of today’s business environment. SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY Nicholas Clark holds a PhD in Psychology from Exeter University, a MSc. Human Resource Development from London SouthBank University, and a MSc Social Policy & Social Work from London School of Economics. He is Professor of Organisational Behaviour & HRM at EADA Business School. Nicholas has spent the past 20 years building a major body of research advancing our understanding of how the quality of work relationships.
|Category:||Public Lectures and Seminars: Business and Law|
|Time:||6pm to 7.30pm|
|Location:||Devere Hall, UCC Student Centre|
|Target Audience:||Public Lecture - All Welcome|
|Admission Price: €||Free|