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What works for you may not work for (Gen)Me: Limitations of present leadership theories for the new generation

Scholars and practitioners alike have recognized that younger workers, collectively known as Millennials or GenMe, are different from workers in prior generations. Employees of this generation hold different expectations regarding the centrality of work to their lives and bring different personalities and attitudes to the workforce....

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Making “sense” of ethical decision making

A common management task in organizations is decision making, and some of the most important decisions made by business leaders are those that involve an ethical component. This study utilizes historiometric methods to explore the ethical decision making processes of business leaders in order to improve outcomes....

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Collective leadership behaviors: Evaluating the leader, team network, and problem situation characteristics that influence their use

The focus on non-hierarchical, collectivistic, leadership has been steadily increasing with several different theories emerging (Yammarino, Salas, Serban, Shirreffs, & Shuffler, 2012)....

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How outstanding leaders lead with affect: An examination of charismatic, ideological, and pragmatic leaders

Frameworks for understanding outstanding leadership have flourished in the past decade....

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Leadership and emotion management for complex tasks: Different emotions different strategies

Emotions in the workplace influence a number of critical cognitive tasks including information processing and decision-making. Moreover the effect of emotion on these operations is often emotion-specific....

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