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ESRC Seminar 6: Embodied Ethics and Leadership

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Lecture Theatre 4

Management School

Lancaster University

Bailrigg

LA1 4YW

United Kingdom

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Dr Knights (Professor of Organization Studies, Open University Business School and Distinguished Scholar, Lancaster University Management School) will explore the relationship between ethics, embodied relations and leadership practices as well as the possibility for an ethics of embodied engagement, perhaps to displace traditional conceptions of ethics as merely complying with rules or norms.

The seminar follows the format of the previous events, where there are a small number of speakers and a small group of participants (around 30) to maximise discussion. Participants come from all disciplinary backgrounds and we welcome especially early career researchers and non-academics working in public or private sectors.

Speakers are: Jane Douglas – Director, Learning to Inspire; Simon Mitchell (MBA) - Chief Executive Officer of LinuxIT and Mollie Painter Morland (PhD) - Professor of Ethics and Organisation at Nottingham Business School.

The seminar is free to attend but you must register, as places will be limited.

(Admin support will be provided by the department of Leadership & Management Admin Team: Main contact: Emily Graham e.graham1@lancaster.ac.uk)

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Lecture Theatre 4

Management School

Lancaster University

Bailrigg

LA1 4YW

United Kingdom

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