Prior to entering academia, Dr Leah Tomkins held senior leadership positions in Accenture, KPMG, PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC), and the Cabinet Office, Whitehall. She specialised in planning, designing and implementing change management and leadership programmes in both private and public sectors, and both in the UK and internationally.
Key research interests include:
Recent publications include:
Tomkins, L. & Simpson, P. (2015). Caring Leadership: A Heideggerian Perspective. Organization Studies 36(8), 1013-1031.
Tomkins, L. & Ulus, E. (in press). Is Narcissism Undermining Critical Reflection in Our Business Schools? Academy of Management Learning and Education.
Tomkins, L. & Ulus, E. (in press). ‘Oh, was that experiential learning?!’ Spaces, Synergies and Surprises with Kolb’s Learning Cycle. Management Learning 1350507615587451.
Tomkins, L. & Eatough, V. (2014). Stop ‘helping’ me! Identity, Recognition and Agency in the Nexus of Work and Care. Organization 21(1), 3-21.
Tomkins, L. & Eatough, V. (2013). The Feel of Experience: Phenomenological Ideas for Organizational Research. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management 8(3), 258-275.
Teaching modules include: