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2017 October Coaching Report

Transformation in action...

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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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A double-edged sword: Relationship between full-range leadership behaviors and followers' hair cortisol level

This study contributes to literature on leadership by linking the full-range leadership behaviors (transformational, transactional, and laissez-faire leadership) with an objective indicator of employees' stress, namely cortisol, assessed via hair....

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A meta-analytic review of authentic and transformational leadership: A test for redundancy

While authentic leadership (AL) has seen a dramatic increase in scholarly attention over the last decade, its contribution relative to more established leadership constructs merits investigation. We employ meta-analytic techniques to compare AL and transformational leadership theories using 100 independent samples and 25,452 individuals....

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Do happy leaders lead better? Affective and attitudinal antecedents of transformational leadership

In a study of 357 managers using multiple methods and raters, we investigated how leaders' affective experience was linked to their transformational leadership....

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Transformational leadership sub-dimensions and their link to leaders' personality and performance

The multi-dimensionality of the transformational leadership construct has been under debate in the last decades....

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Communication and trust are key: Unlocking the relationship between leadership and team performance and creativity

Considerable theoretical and empirical work has identified a relationship between transformational leadership and team performance and creativity. The mechanisms underlying this link, however, are not well understood....

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How transformational leadership works during team interactions: A behavioral process analysis

Transformational leadership is generally considered helpful for team functioning. However, the social dynamics underlying the benefits of transformational leadership remain elusive to date....

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The downside of transformational leadership when encouraging followers to network

Network scholars argue that one responsibility of leaders is to help their followers develop social capital. We suggest that one way leaders do this is by encouraging followers to engage in networking behavior....

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The Inside-Out Effect: A Practical Guide to Transformational Leadership

The Inside-Out Effect reveals powerful lessons on leadership and achieving your full potential as taught at Stanford University’s Graduate and Executive Education Program....

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