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  • Trust at Work: What it Means for Identity

    "What has been referred to as generalized trust has been advanced as a condition for self-identity and the absence of such trust has been found to lead to a corroded sense of self...This study advances the idea that trust may play a similar role in organizations..."

  • Gatsby, a familiar type among business leaders?

    Gatsby, a familiar type among business leaders?

    "The Great Gatsby is an intriguing character not because he is exceptional but because he is strangely familiar. His story mirrors that of a number of business leaders, keen to abandon old identities in favour of new ones, with complex and sometimes tragic consequences." - Submitted by Mark Stein

  • Negotiating Reality

    "This article has been a theoretical inquiry into the “one big happy family fantasy”—a situation that we faced when attempting conflict transformation in a natural spaces of encounter."

  • Leaders’ Identity Work

    Leaders’ Identity Work

    "After locating our argument within the field of leadership studies and reviewing existing identity scholarship on leaders‘ development, we outline the conceptual framework of projective identification in leaders‘ identity work. "