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The third ‘generation’ of workplace coaching: creating a culture of quality conversations

Workplace coaching is increasingly used in organisations. Workplace coaching is conducted internally within an organisation for the purpose of helping employees, managers and leaders attain workrelated goals. Workplace coaching methodologies have evolved over time. The first ‘generation’ (1990s) focused on performance management....

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CoachX: Nancy Glynn on Leading through Complexity

Nancy Glynn discusses the shifting world of the leader and the essential skills to lead wisely and effectively in complexity. For more, read Nancy's blog post Leading Through Complexity

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Economics and Leadership: Special Issue for The Leadership Quarterly

Call for papers

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Corrigendum to “Estimating return on leadership development investment” [The Leadership Quarterly 21, (2010), 633–644]

Corrigendum to “Estimating return on leadership development investment” [The Leadership Quarterly 21, (2010), 633–644]

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A servant leader and their stakeholders: When does organizational structure enhance a leader's influence?

Accumulating evidence finds servant leadership is related to critical employee and organizational criteria, but only a limited amount of studies link servant leaders to both internal and external stakeholder outcomes. Moreover, there remains a great deal to learn regarding the conditions under which this influence is enhanced or diminished....

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Team OCB, leader charisma, and organizational change: A multilevel study

This study examines individual-level origins of team organizational citizenship behaviors (OCB). Building on the literature on trust and social exchange theory, we hypothesize that individual-level leader charisma is indirectly related to team OCB through individual-level trust in leader....

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Leading Under Adversity: Interactive Effects of Acute Stressors and Upper-Level Supportive Leadership Climate on Lower-Level Supportive Leadership Climate

While supportive leadership has been shown to help employees cope with stressful circumstances, little is known about how stressors impact leaders themselves and their ability to offer support to those they lead....

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Making “sense” of ethical decision making

A common management task in organizations is decision making, and some of the most important decisions made by business leaders are those that involve an ethical component. This study utilizes historiometric methods to explore the ethical decision making processes of business leaders in order to improve outcomes....

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An intra-group perspective on leader preferences: Different risks of exploitation shape preferences for leader facial dominance

This article argues that followers' preferences for dominant leadership vary according to two types of exploitation risks from other individuals within the group. Previous work demonstrates that contexts of inter-group war and peace make followers prefer dominant- and non-dominant-looking leaders, respectively....

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A meta-analytic investigation of the relationship between leader-member exchange and work-family experiences

It is well accepted that leadership-relevant constructs (e.g., leader support, family supportive supervisor behaviors) are advantageous for subordinates' work-family experiences. However, the profundity of this literature has lacked connection to well-established leadership theories, which could inform its progress....

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