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Working Paper Paper Research Report Leadership, Diversity and Decision Making Dr Felix Maringe, Professor Jacky Lumby, Professor Marlene Morrison, Dr Kalwant Bhopal, and Dr Martin Dyke CEL Research Programme 2006-07
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Research Publication Notices Research Reports Many of the documents in this series are prepublication/preprint articles, which may subsequently appear (part or whole) in peer reviewed journals and books. In most cases they are draft documents, the purpose of which is to foster discussion and debate, prior to publication elsewhere, whilst ideas are still fresh. Further information about the research programme and other papers in this series can also be found at the following websites: http://www.centreforexcellence.org.uk or http://www.lums.lancs.ac.uk/leadership/cel/ Citation notice Citation should conform to normal academic standards. Please use the reference provided or, where a paper has entered into print elsewhere, use normal journal/book citation conventions. Copyright The Copyright of all publications on work commissioned by the Centre for Excellence in Leadership is owned by Inspire Learning Ltd, from whom permission should be sought before any materials are reproduced. Short sections of text, not to exceed two paragraphs, may be quoted without explicit permission, provided that full acknowledgement is given. Centre for Excellence in Leadership The Centre for Excellence in Leadership (CEL) was launched in October 2003 as a key national agency, but now operate through a charitable trust formed by its operating company on 1 April 2006. CEL’s remit is to foster and support leadership improvement, reform, transformation, sustainability and quality improvement in the Learning and Skills Sector. CEL’s Research Programme is sponsored by the Department of Education and Skills (DfES) to whom all the results will be reported. Disclaimer This project has been commissioned by, but do not necessarily reflect the views of the Centre for Excellence in Leadership. Contact Details Maureen Morrison National Research Manager Centre for Excellence in Leadership Lancaster University Management School CEL Research Office, Room B59 Gillow Avenue Lancaster LA1 4YX Tel No 01524 – 594364 © CEL – March 2007
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Acknowledgments As stated in the Research Report from which this Working Paper derives, researching issues of diversity and equality demands trust. The authors gratefully acknowledge the contributions of all research participants from which this Paper draws, specifically staff working in the five case study colleges who made major contributions to the study but remain anonymous. Specific thanks to leaders who gave access and to staff who welcomed us by establishing, in advance, the administrative arrangements which allowed us to maximise the time available for intensive engagement with participants. We hope this Paper provides a further opportunity to reflect on how organizational policy and
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