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On doing better science: From thrill of discovery to policy implications

In this position paper, I argue that the main purpose of research is to discover and report on phenomena in a truthful manner. Once uncovered, these phenomena can have important implications for society....

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Editorial: The future of The Leadership Quarterly 2017

Editorial

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Leader corruption depends on power and testosterone

We used incentivized experimental games to manipulate leader power — the number of followers and the discretion leaders had to enforce their will. Leaders had complete autonomy in deciding payouts to themselves and their followers....

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Call for Papers: Charisma: New frontiers

Call for Papers

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Instrumental leadership: Measurement and extension of transformational transactional leadership theory

Leaders must scan the internal and external environment chart strategic and task objectives and provide performance feedback. These instrumental leadership (IL) functions go beyond the motivational and quid-pro quo leader behaviors that comprise the full-range—transformational transactional and laissez faire—leadership model....

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What makes articles highly cited?

We examined drivers of article citations using 776 articles that were published from 1990 to 2012 in a broad-based and high-impact social sciences journal The Leadership Quarterly....

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Leadership and individual differences: At the cusp of a renaissance

In this introductory editorial we provide a brief overview of the history of individual difference research in leadership. We explain the major challenges that trait research faced and why it was revived primarily because of methodological advancements. Next we argue that leadership individual difference research is at a cusp of a renaissance....

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