The current research also suggests that transformational leadership behaviors are viewed as more effective in women relative to men. This pattern was found across a variety of leadership outcomes, such as leader effectiveness, satisfaction with the leader, and supervisory ratings of overall leader performance. This finding could have important applied implications for the training and development of women leaders. The frequency with which differential prediction and gender differences were found in the current research suggests that more consideration of differential prediction and gender differences in leadership behavior is warranted.In the United States, women make up 46.5% of the workforce, and this number continues to rise (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, ... While these numbers are larger today than they were a decade ago, the progression of women into executiveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Personality, Gender, and Transformational Leadership: Investigating Differential Prediction for Male and Female Leaders|
|Author||:||Emily Elizabeth Duehr|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|