RDH Public Seminar - Global management education and its radical failure: an ideology critique and some alternatives
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RDH Public Seminar - Global management education and its radical failure: an ideology critique and some alternatives

RDH Public Seminar - Global management education and its radical failure: a...

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The BAM Researcher Development Hub | This event is specially designed for research students and members of staff at the University of Chester's Faculty of Business & Management (BAM).

Eligibility: Open to all researchers and interested parties.

A public research seminar by Dr Tony Wall, CWRS, University of Chester

Global management education and its radical failure: an ideology critique and some alternatives

Leader and manager behaviour is increasingly accused of being shockingly unethical or leading to damaging outcomes for people, planet, and productivity. Even against a backdrop of macro structures such as regulation and management education which promote ethics and sustainability, this problem persists. This research seminar examines the deep micro mechanisms of how ideologies influence the structures in our minds which shape action, and explores the role of management education in opening up spaces for more radical ways of being/acting. Using ideology critique as an unorthodox methodological approach, this research argues that the current approaches perpetuate a radical failure of management education (but that this can only ever be part of the story).

Dr Tony Wall

Tony is passionate about putting an end to toxic workplaces which damage people and planet. He is Reader (Associate Professor) and Director of the International Thriving at Work Research Group at the University of Chester, and holds visiting research posts in the UK, the US, and Australia. He works closely with international professional bodies such as the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC), the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development, and Lapidus, The Writing for Wellbeing Organisation.

The format:

  • Lunch and networking (20 minutes)
  • Research seminar (20 minutes)
  • Questions and answers (20 minutes)


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