Organizational Behavior: The State of the Science

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characteristics of both leaders and followers, and the social conditions that give rise to, and facilitate or impede, the emergence and effectiveness of such leaders. Hopefully, the propositions advanced in this theory will be subjected to empirical tests, and additional propositions will be advanced to provide a more complete theory of outstanding leadership.


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