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Impliciete leiderschap theorieën en de perceptie van transformationeel leiderschap: een replicatie van Duits onderzoek = Implicit leadership theories and the perception of transformational leadership : a replication of a German study.

Schyns, B. and Sanders, K. (2004) 'Impliciete leiderschap theorieën en de perceptie van transformationeel leiderschap: een replicatie van Duits onderzoek = Implicit leadership theories and the perception of transformational leadership : a replication of a German study.', Gedrag en Organisatie., 17 (2). pp. 143-154.

Abstract

Results of a German study show that implicit leadership theories do influence the evaluation of leaders. In this article the German study is replicated in a Dutch situation. In an experimental setting, the effects of two implicit leadership theories, Romance of Leadership and transformational leadership, on the evaluation of a described leader were tested. The experiment was conducted as a two-point design: At time point one 81 Dutch students were questioned about their implicit leadership theories and at time point two the students evaluated descriptions of either a transformational or a transactional leader. As hypothesized (hypothesis 1) transformational leadership as an implicit leadership theory (ILT) has an effect on perceptions of the described leader. Hypothesis 2 could not be confirmed: Romance of leadership has no significant influence on perceptions of the described leader.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Leadership theory, Transformational leadership, Transactional leadership, Romance of leadership.
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Publisher Web site:http://www.boomlemmatijdschriften.nl/tijdschrift/GenO/2006/1
Record Created:24 Jan 2011 16:43
Last Modified:25 Jan 2011 10:35

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