The Role of the Situation in Leadership
Jan 18, 2007 · concerned with leadership traits as indicated by perfor-mance on standardized tests but rather with the leaderÕs actions in carrying out the leadership role. The Ohio State studies, for example, focused on the independent behav-ioral dimensions of consideration and initiating structure . The former dealt with the establishment of mutual trust,
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