Department of Management, Society and Communication
Nicole draws on her background in critical cultural theory to explore the ideological and gendered discourses of leadership and leadership development in a variety of contexts. She has published in the Journal of Business Ethics, Leadership, Gender Issues, and the Academy of Management Proceedings. Her current research focuses on the competitive and cultural dynamics of the leadership industries and the critique of popularized leadership narratives and fashions.
Since arriving at CBS, she has joined the Bowline initiative, which connects stakeholders in the Copenhagen restaurant industry with scholars and students to develop new forms of action research, learning, and collaborative engagement.
- Leadership Development
- Gender and Diversity
- Cultural Studies
- Critical Theory
- Leadership (Cand Merc in Strategy, Organization and Leadership)
- Leading Complex Organizations (Cand Merc Int in Diversity and Change Management)
- Leadership and Communication (BSc in Business Administration and Digital Management)
In: Management Learning, 22.4.2021
In: Journal of Business Ethics, 4.7.2020
In: Proceedings of the Eightieth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. ed. /Guclu Atinc. Briarcliff Manor, NY : Academy of Management 2020 (Academy of Management Proceedings)
Currently no outside activities.