Roller, identitet og ledelse i praksis. Kap. 9
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Roles denote external expectations towards a social position, while identity refers to self-understanding. This chapter links these concepts with a research tradition emphasising a practice approach to leadership. We provide empirical material from several studies, spanning twenty years, of leaders in the Church of Norway. We ask: What are the role patterns of different church leaders, and how have these role patterns developed? We find that ecclesial roles grow in terms of managerial content and organizational basis. Moreover, they are becoming more alike. Hybridization of roles and identities can lead to tensions between professional and managerial preferences, which is a promising avenue for future research.
I: S. Sirris & H. Askeland (Red.), 2021, Kirkelig organisering og ledelse: Et verdibasert og praksisorientert perspektiv (Kap. 9, s. 201-221). Cappelen Damm Akademisk. https://doi.org/10.23865/noasp.129.ch1