Shared social identity in leadership
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In this paper we review recent evidence on the social identity model of leadership. First, we explain how this model is rooted in the social identity approach in social psychology and, specifically, the notion that shared reality and joint action in groups derives from shared social identity. We then show how effective leadership is a process of social identity management and we examine both the antecedents, the psychological and the political consequences of managing social identities
Reicher , S D , Haslam , S A & Platow , M J 2018 , ' Shared social identity in leadership ' , Current Opinion in Psychology , vol. 23 , pp. 129-133 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.copsyc.2018.08.006
Current Opinion in Psychology
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