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Build an A-Team: Play to Their Strengths and Lead Them Up the Learning Curve

Do you want to have a high-performing team that strives for greatness, even in the face of uncertainty? Do you want to be a boss people love, while also driving high performance?...

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Shared temporal cognitions as substitute for temporal leadership: An analysis of their effects on temporal conflict and team performance

Due to changing organizational demands, team leaders increasingly need to engage in temporal leadership behaviors in order to coordinate team members' efforts, avoid time related conflicts and ensure that teams perform well. Simultaneously, temporal conflicts and team performance are impacted by team members' shared temporal cognitions....

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Diabolical dictators or capable commanders? An investigation of the differential effects of autocratic leadership on team performance

Autocratic leader behavior is often seen as negative for team morale and performance. However, theories on social hierarchy suggest that autocratic leadership may also positively affect morale and performance through the creation of a psychologically appealing, hierarchically-ordered environment of predictability and security....

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The shared leadership of teams: A meta-analysis of proximal distal and moderating relationships

The current meta-analysis examines the relationship between shared leadership and team performance. It also assesses the role of team confidence (i.e....

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Examining the cross-level relationship between shared leadership and learning in teams: Evidence from China

The current study extends the literature on shared leadership by exploring the questions of whether how and when shared leadership makes an impact on team and individual learning behaviors....

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Leader evaluations after performance feedback: The role of follower mood

Team and organizational failures can negatively impact leadership perceptions as followers tend to attribute performance outcomes to leadership. The current study explores how follower mood moderates this effect....

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A team level investigation of the relationship between Leader–Member Exchange (LMX) differentiation and commitment and performance

Although the differential treatment of team members by their leader is at the heart of Leader– Member Exchange (LMX) theory empirical studies exploring the role of within-team LMX differentiation in relation to team outcomes are still relatively scarce....

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Linking leader behavior and leadership consensus to team performance: Integrating direct consensus and dispersion models of group composition

We sought to establish whether mean level within-team assessments of a leader's transformational behavior and the extent of perceived variability (i.e. consensus) among team members’ ratings around this mean level are separate yet related indicators of leader quality....

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2011 Conference Video: Building Community - Thousands of Voices

Eric Whitacre, a highlight of TED conferences and sought after conductor/composer, engages in a live coaching demonstration with a chorus of voices.  His brilliant and inspirational work is not only a powerful metaphor but has direct application to our lives and our mission as coaches, leaders, and providers of healthcare.

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