Christian Perspectives on Leadership and Social Ethics vol:1
Leadership, Innovation and Spirituality pages:81-97
This article criticizes the dominance of managerial discourse in business, politics and education with its tendency to reduce reality to was can be controlled and measured. It demonstrates that one can create a human work environment on the condition that leaders redicover the source of inspiration (metaphors, narrative texts) and of the courage to do the right thing (spirituality). Inner freedom, self-awaress and discernment are described as precondition for authentic leadership.