Leadership and disciplinary power

Leadership and disciplinary power Managers are subject to control Worker control focuses on identity as organizational member Leaders are con­structed by societal discourses; 360-feedback as object of knowledge Co-production of leaders, followers, and organization Constantly appraised and assessed Order similar from  Resistance leadership Dissent as a form of leadership Political acts contribute to well-being   Challenges assumptions about organizational power For example, whistle-blowing challenges the status quo of organization Challenges create possibilities for change via communication and action Leadership becomes a political act Order similar from