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The concluding chapter names some of the forces that reify colonization, dominion, and oppression which limit leadership scholarship to a scholarship of reproduction and harm. Next, it emphasizes scholarly practices that move the field to more liberatory approaches to leadership learning and development, including examples of Indigenous approaches to research that embrace reflexivity and multivocality. Scholars are cautioned not to appropriate these methods without due consideration of context and community. Readers are reminded that is not enough merely to deconstruct everything that came before; we must also find paths forward. Courage, caring, and creativity are now essential competencies for rethinking leadership.

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