- Language: English
- 272 Pages
- Published: July 2013
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Transforming Leadership. Edition No. 1
- Published: June 2008
- 212 Pages
- VDM Publishing House
Although the new millennium requires leaders to engage followers actively in the change process, many leaders seem reluctant to embrace modern methods of transforming leadership despite evidence of their effectiveness. To facilitate the transition to more collaborative forms of leadership, this study used meta-analysis, a research method useful for combining the quantitative findings of a number of primary research studies to produce a more powerful statistical measure, to examine the impact of leaders who use modern styles of leadership, characterized as visionary, charismatic, or transformational, to motivate their followers to achieve higher levels of performance and job satisfaction. The findings support the effectiveness of transforming leadership in comparison to more traditional leadership styles.
Robert E. Levasseur.
Robert E. Levasseur, Ph.D., is a professor of management, a leadership and change management consultant, the author of four books (Student to Scholar: The Guide for Doctoral Students, Practical Statistics, Leadership and Change in the 21st Century, and Breakthrough Business Meetings), and the President of MindFire Press (www.mindfirepress.com).