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Teaching implicit leadership theories to develop leaders and leadership : how and why it can make a difference.

Schyns, B. and Kiefer, T. and Kerschreiter, R. and Tymon, A. (2011) 'Teaching implicit leadership theories to develop leaders and leadership : how and why it can make a difference.', Academy of Management learning & education., 10 (3). pp. 397-408.

Abstract

Implicit leadership theories (ILTs) are lay images of leadership, which are individually and socially determined. We discuss how teaching ILTs contributes to developing leaders and leaderships by raising self- and social awareness for the contexts in which leadership takes place. We present and discuss a drawing exercise to illustrate different ILTs and discuss the implications for leaders and leadership, with a particular focus on how leaders claim, and are granted, leader identities in groups.

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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.5465/amle.2010.0015
Record Created:16 Jun 2011 09:50
Last Modified:08 Mar 2013 16:53

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