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Echoing the initiative to reconnect management theory with social welfare (Pirson and Dierksmeier 2014), this chapter focusses on human dignity as it applies to leadership theory and practice. Leaders’ assumptions of human nature underpin their behaviour (Fahrenberg and Cheetham 2008; Heslin and Vande Walle 2008) and influence the extent to which they respect the dignity of their employees.
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