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The Rhetoric of Leadership

Loizos Heracleous holds a Chair in Strategy and Organization at Warwick Business School and is also an Associate Fellow of Green Templeton College and the Said Business School at Oxford University. His work over the years aims to uncover how organizations change, adapt, and evolve overtime, with particular reference to how individuals interpret and frame strategic issues.

Heracleous, L. & Klaering, A. 2017. The circle of life: Rhetoric of identification in Steve Jobs Stanford speech. Forthcoming, Journal of Business Research.
Heracleous, L. & Klaering, L. A. 2014. Charismatic leadership and rhetorical competence: An analysis of Steve Jobs’ rhetoric. Group & Organization Management, 39: 131-161.

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