Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies

An academic journal devoted to advancing the knowledge and practice of leadership education in both business and academic settings. Examines leadership and organizational functionality in civic, grassroots, corporate, nonprofit/philanthropic, educational,

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 4, Summer

Charismatic Leadership Development: Role of Parental Attachment Style and Parental Psychological Control
Despite the importance of charismatic leadership on individual and organizational outcomes, there has been little research examining the development of charismatic leaders. This study investigated the relationship between parental attachment style,...
Cyclical Group Development and Interaction-Based Leadership Emergence in Autonomous Teams: An Integrated Model
Cyclical models of group development may be integrated with an interactive model of leadership emergence in autonomous teams. This paper contextualizes the interaction of leader traits and situational factors in the cycling of an autonomous team within...
Leadership and Decision Making: William R. Ruckelshaus and the Environmental Protection Agency
This paper applies case study methodology to analyze secondary data on the two-term EPA administrator, W.R. Ruckelshaus. The paper has two objectives.. The first objective is to examine the plausibility of the proposition that leadership of real world...
Motivation and Transactional, Charismatic, and Transformational Leadership: A Test of Antecedents
Relationships between leaders' motivation and their use of charismatic, transactional, and / or transformational leadership were examined in this study. One hundred eighty-six leaders and 759 direct reports from a variety of organizations were sampled....
Re-Examining Current Career Development Experiences of Non-Euro-American Male Aspirants toward the Academy
Current research and scholarship asserts inevitable projected trends of highly diverse student population demographics within the landscape of post-secondary institutions over the next decade while simultaneously forecasting a paradoxical ebbing of...
The Effects of Subordinates' Personality on Appraisals of Transformational Leadership
To enhance leaders' development, a great variety of appraisal systems have been applied, becoming popular measure tools for leader performance. In these measurements, the research is usually focused on personality of leaders. It is argued here, that...
The Role of Leadership Efficacy and Stereotype Activation in Women's Identification with Leadership
The primary goal of this research was to examine the role of leadership efficacy as a moderator of domain identification responses to the think-leader--think-male stereotype. Manipulating stereotype activation, results from eighty-five female participants...
Toward a Contingency Model of Leadership and Psychological Empowerment: When Should Self-Leadership Be Encouraged?
In this paper, we develop and present a contingency model of leadership and psychological empowerment that specifies the circumstances and situations under which follower self-leadership should be encouraged. The model suggests that certain key contingency...