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Leadership styles and organizational commitment: literature review

March 1, 2016 • Leadership Styles, Transformational Leadership

What is Transformational Leadership? First introduced by James MacGregor Burns in 1978 in his book “Leadership”, transforming leadership is a process in which “leaders and followers help each other to advance to a higher level of morale and motivation.” Bernard M. Bass (1985), extended the work of Burns. He explored the psychological mechanisms behind transformational and transactional leadership. You can learn more about transformational leadership and review examples of transformational leaders in this excellent slideshare presentation by Douglas Bush. (Also review the additional resources below.)   Summary Bass developed the Full Range Leadership Model (shown below) and an accompanying Multi… » Read More


Transformational leadership sub-dimensions and their link to leaders’ personality and performance

February 1, 2016 • Leadership Styles, Transformational Leadership

What is Transformational Leadership?   Anika Deinert, Astrid C. Homan, Diana Boer, Sven C. Voelpel, Daniela Gutermanna. The Leadership Quarterly 26 (2015) 1095-1120. First introduced by James MacGregor Burns in 1978 in his book “Leadership”, transforming leadership is a process in which “leaders and followers help each other to advance to a higher level of morale and motivation.” Bernard M. Bass (1985), extended the work of Burns. He explored the psychological mechanisms behind transformational and transactional leadership. You can learn more about transformational leadership and review examples of transformational leaders in this excellent slideshare presentation by Douglas Bush. Introduction Introduced over… » Read More


High Resolution Leadership: A synthesis of 15,000 assessments into how leaders shape the business landscape

January 1, 2016 • Leadership DNA

Introduction DDI’s report, which you can download from the link below, examines assessment data from over 15,000 candidates for five leadership levels (frontline, mid-level, operational, strategic executive, and C-suite executive) from 300+ organizations; 20+ industries and 18 countries. Using evaluations from leadership simulations, personality and intelligence tests, DDI set out to define what competencies are driving performance and where the gaps are. The 48 page report includes 18 distinct analyses organized in to four categories. A sampling of key findings is included here. Key Findings Important Senior Executive Competencies. Organizations with leaders scoring higher in business management and leadership of… » Read More


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