Effective Leadership Skills
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The paper discusses the differences and similarities between transformational and servant leaders. The paper shows how these two leadership styles are complementary, although they are best used in different situations. The paper explains that in some cases it is best to further the organization, while at other times it is better to help the individuals first and these people will then lead the organization toward success. The paper concludes that additional studies need to be conducted in order to determine when each of these, or both together, will provide greater success for the company.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Peterson, R., Martorana, P, Smith, D. and Owens, P.(1998). The Impact of Chief Executive Officer Personality on Top Management Team Dynamics: One Mechanism by Which Leadership Affects Organizational Performance. Journal of Applied Psychology 88(5), 795-808.
- Smith, B., Montagno, R., and Kuzmenko, T. (2004). Transformational and servant leadership: content and contextual comparisons. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies 10(4), 80-92.
- Yeon Lee, S., Recchia, S.L., and Sun Shin, M. (2005) Not the same kind of leaders: four young children's unique ways of influencing others. Journal of Research in Childhood Education 20(2), 132-149
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