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Tomkins, Leah; Hartley, Jean and Bristow, Alexandra (2020). Asymmetries of Leadership: Agency, Response and Reason. Leadership, 16(1) pp. 87–106. file

Tomkins, Leah (2020). Leadership and the Art of the Invisible. In: Abreu Pederzini, Gerardo ed. Considering Leadership Anew: A Handbook on Alternative Leadership Theory. Cambridge Scholars, (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Tomkins, Leah (2020). Autoethnography through the Prism of Foucault’s Care of the Self. In: Herrmann, Andrew ed. The Routledge Handbook of Organizational Autoethnography. Routledge, (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Tomkins, Leah (2020). Where is Boris Johnson? When and Why it Matters that Leaders Show Up in a Crisis. Leadership (Early access). file


Tomkins, Leah (2019). Learning and Health: Discourses of Reinvention. In: Tomkins, Leah and Pritchard, Katrina eds. Health at Work: Critical Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 67–82.

Kubiak, Christopher; Tomkins, Leah and Larkin, Mary (2019). Surveillance, intervention and the politics of care. International Journal of Care and Caring, 3(2) pp. 165–181. file

Tomkins, Leah (2019). ‘He’s not the Messiah, he’s a very naughty boy!’: Radicalising hermeneutics with Kafka’s The Castle. Tamara, the Journal of Critical Organization Inquiry (In Press). restricted access item, not available for direct download


Ciulla, Joanne B.; Knights, David; Mabey, Chris and Tomkins, Leah (2018). Guest Editors’ Introduction: Philosophical Contributions to Leadership Ethics. Business Ethics Quarterly, 28(1) pp. 1–14. file

Tomkins, Leah and Eatough, Virginia (2018). Hermeneutics: Interpretation, Understanding and Sense-making. In: Cassell, Catherine; Cunliffe, Ann L. and Grandy, Gina eds. SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Business and Management Research Methods. Sage, pp. 185–200. file


Tomkins, Leah and Simpson, Peter (2017). An Ethic of Care: Reconnecting the Private and the Public. In: Mabey, Chris and Knights, David eds. "Leadership Matters?" Finding Voice, Connection and Meaning in the 21st Century. Routledge Studies in Leadership Research. Routledge, pp. 89–101. file

Tomkins, Leah and Nicholds, Alyson (2017). Make me authentic, but not here: Reflexive struggles with academic identity and authentic leadership. Management Learning, 48(3) pp. 253–270. file

Tomkins, Leah (2017). Using Interpretative Phenomenological Psychology in Organisational Research with Working Carers. In: Brooks, Joanna and King, Nigel eds. Applied Qualitative Research in Psychology. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 86–100. file


Tomkins, Leah and Ulus, Eda (2016). “Oh, was that ‘experiential learning’?!” Spaces, Synergies and Surprises with Kolb’s Learning Cycle. Management Learning, 47(2) pp. 158–178. file


Tomkins, Leah and Ulus, Eda (2015). Is Narcissism Undermining Critical Reflection in Our Business Schools? Academy of Management Learning and Education, 14(4) pp. 595–606. file

Tomkins, Leah and Simpson, Peter (2015). Caring Leadership: A Heideggerian Perspective. Organization Studies, 36(8) pp. 1013–1031. file


Tomkins, Leah and Eatough, Virginia (2014). Stop ‘helping’ me! Identity, recognition and agency in the nexus of work and care. Organization, 21(1) pp. 3–21. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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