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role of parental attachment style and parental psychological control

Charismatic leadership development: role of parental attachment style and parental psychological control Annette Towler Despite the importance of charismatic leadership on individual and organizational outcomes, there has been little research examining the development of charismatic leaders. This study investigated the relationship between parental attachment style, parental psychological control and emergent adults’ displays of charismatic leadership. […]

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Motivation and transactional, charismatic, and transformational leadership: a test of antecedents

Motivation and transactional, charismatic, and transformational leadership: a test of antecedents John E. Barbuto, Jr. Relationships between leaders’ motivation and their use of charismatic, transactional, and / or transformational leadership were examined in this study. One hundred eighty-six leaders and 759 direct reports from a variety of organizations were sampled. Leaders were administered the Motivation […]

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an exploratory case study of two leadership training programs

Creating and maintaining networks among leaders: an exploratory case study of two leadership training programs S.M. Fredricks This research explores the link and importance of creating and maintaining networks with statewide and county-wide leadership training programs. The first section provides a review of literature on networking and its importance for leadership inside and outside organizations. […]

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Unconventional leader behavior, subordinate satisfaction, effort and perception of leader effectiveness

Unconventional leader behavior, subordinate satisfaction, effort and perception of leader effectiveness Kimberly S. Jaussi In an effort to conduct an initial investigation into the concept of unconventional leader behavior and determine its utility for future research, we examined the relationship between a leader’s unconventional behavior and followers’ satisfaction, perception of leader effectiveness, and perception of […]

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Has the ‘glass ceiling’ cracked? An exploration of women entrepreneurship

Has the ‘glass ceiling’ cracked? An exploration of women entrepreneurship Pamela Kephart Many women are saying goodbye to the corporate worm in favor of creating their own through entrepreneurship. This paper explores some of the reasons why women in today’s workforce change from the rise on the corporate ladder path to the worm of entrepreneurship. […]

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The effect of formal advance notice and justification on internet monitoring fairness: much about nothing?

The effect of formal advance notice and justification on internet monitoring fairness: much about nothing? G. Stoney Alder Considerable discussion stresses the importance of implementing employee monitoring systems in ways that enhance perceived fairness. Less attention focuses on the organizational context in which such systems are implemented. A longitudinal field experiment examined the effects of […]