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Barnett, Donald E. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
Online higher education has rapidly expanded in the United States and displays a great opportunity for growth. Coupled with the growth of e-learning is the need for adjunct faculty to satisfy the need for additional online classes. Despite the importance of online adjunct faculty, little research has been performed to determine their work…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Questionnaires, Transformational Leadership, Predictor Variables
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Stedman, Nicole L.P.; Adams-Pope, Brittany L. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
The purpose of this study was to begin exploring the nature of leadership behavior and style, as it relates to team functionality. The extent to which the problems we face grow and become more complex; solutions require multiple perspectives, requiring researchers to be prepared to lead large groups of collaborators from a variety of disciplines.…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Teamwork, Leadership Styles, Transformational Leadership
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Nowak, Zachary; Pavelock, Dwayne; Ulrich, Douglas R.; Wolfskill, Lawrence A. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2019
Leadership development has been viewed as a foundational component of agriculture education and the FFA since the early 20th century (Hoover, Scholl, Dunnigan, & Mamontova, 2007). To contribute to previous research in the field of leadership, this study lays the framework for future studies on the leadership styles of those individuals who…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Leadership Training, Agricultural Education, Transformational Leadership
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Grossman, Greg; Sharf, Ruth – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
We examined a large multi-year undergraduate leadership development program (LDP) across seven universities and used an integrated framework of transformational leadership and situational judgment tests (SJTs) during a critical and formative period of leadership development. This study was the first to show a significant relationship between…
Descriptors: Transformational Leadership, Situational Tests, Leadership Training, Leadership Styles
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Kramer, Charles A.; Allen, Stuart A. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2018
Previous literature suggests that exposure to trauma has both positive and negative impacts on leadership and leadership development, although there is a lack of empirical research. This exploratory study compared military leaders' use of transformational leadership styles (TLS) before and after trauma exposure from the followers' perspective.…
Descriptors: Transformational Leadership, Trauma, Military Personnel, Veterans
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Underwood, Rehema; Mohr, David; Ross, Michelle – Journal of Leadership Education, 2016
The quality of organizational leadership can have a significant impact on organizational success and employee well-being. Some research has shown that leaders with secure attachment styles are more effective leaders, but the connection between different attachment styles and different leadership styles is unclear. Relationships between attachment…
Descriptors: Attachment Behavior, Leadership Styles, Administrator Behavior, Leadership Effectiveness
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Bateh, Justin; Heyliger, Wilton – Journal of Leadership Education, 2014
This article examines the impact of three leadership styles as a predictor of job satisfaction in a state university system. The Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire was used to identify the leadership style of an administrator as perceived by faculty members. Spector's Job Satisfaction Survey was used to assess a faculty member's level of job…
Descriptors: Administrator Characteristics, College Administration, Leadership Styles, College Faculty
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Jackson, Donna V. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2011
Perception is reality. While you perceive yourself to be an effective leader even under stress, do your colleagues share this perception of you? Your perception of effective leadership may be shared by others who work with you. People in leadership may see a relationship between "leaders in title" and "leaders in action" from…
Descriptors: Perception, Leadership Effectiveness, Self Concept, Opinions
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Barbuto, John E., Jr.; Gifford, Gregory T. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2010
This study examined the use of five servant leadership dimensions including altruistic calling, emotional healing, wisdom, persuasive mapping, and organizational stewardship by male and female servant leaders. Staff members (368) employed in county government offices across a Midwestern state were sampled using the Servant Leadership Questionnaire…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Gender Differences, Questionnaires, Altruism
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Rose, Pamela – Journal of Leadership Education, 2010
This study examined the relationship of adult 4-H volunteers' perceived leadership styles of 4-H Youth Development Educators to the adult 4-H volunteer sense of empowerment. There were 498 Oregon adult 4-H volunteers randomly selected to participate. Participants rated the leadership style of their 4-H Youth Development Educator (YDE) using Bass…
Descriptors: Transformational Leadership, Volunteers, Youth Programs, Leadership Styles
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Greiman, Bradley C.; Addington, Leah S. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2008
Supported by Bandura's social cognitive theory, our study examined personal factors and environmental factors that impact adults' ability to assist youth in developing leadership. We introduce youth leadership development self-efficacy (YLD-SE) as a new construct for use in leadership research. A 7-item scale to measure YLD-SE was developed and…
Descriptors: Youth, Leadership Training, Self Efficacy, Models
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Stech, Ernest L. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2007
The three most common paradigms used to develop leadership prescriptions are the empirical, biographical, and ideological. The empirical paradigm is subdivided into quantitative and qualitative versions. Similarly, there are two forms of the biographical paradigm: historical and autobiographical. The ideological paradigm involves an appeal to…
Descriptors: Leadership Training, Ethics, Spiritual Development, Religious Factors
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Bruce, Jacklyn A.; Webster, Nicole S.; Sinasky, Megan E. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2006
This quantitative study was completed in order to gather initial data on the leadership practices currently being employed by county level 4-H educators in a northeast state. A survey instrument including the Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ), the Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI), and a demographics questionnaire, was sent to all…
Descriptors: Youth Programs, Statistical Analysis, Leadership Styles, Extension Agents
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Stedman, Nicole L. P.; Rudd, Rick D. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2005
Volunteers play an integral role in supporting the mission of 4-H programs in the southern region. For this reason their proficiency in volunteer administration competence and perceived leadership style is important. The researchers sought to examine both the perceived proficiency of 4-H faculty in the southern region in seven competencies…
Descriptors: Leadership Styles, Leadership Effectiveness, Volunteers, Youth Programs
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Rosenbusch, Katie; Townsend, Christine – Journal of Leadership Education, 2004
The purpose was to examine the development of transformational and transactional leadership skills among Generation X collegiate student organizational officers and members. This study looked at the organizational structure of each group and member's gender to determine if these variables were related to leadership style. In this correlational…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Leadership, Gender Differences, Transformational Leadership
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