TITLE

LEADERSHIP SUCCESS, SPIRITUALITY, AND CONSCIENTIOUSNESS A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY OF THE UNITED STATES AND FRANCE: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

AUTHOR(S)
Christian, Nicole Jean; Essounga-Njan, Yvette; Morgan-Thomas, Maxine
PUB. DATE
April 2011
SOURCE
Proceedings for the Northeast Region Decision Sciences Institute;2011, p1256
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This paper is a follow-up discussion of the role of leadership style on organizational and economic performance, especially in times of economic upheaval the kind the Unites States and just about every country in the world has been going through. The discussion proposes leadership style success depends on behavior on the leader's part of a nature to convince followers he or she is working for the long term well-being of followers. This should fuel economic recovery, helping to quash the current enduring economic slumber. Data collected from the United States and France will be used to test hypotheses offered, testing the construct of spirituality, a paradigm at the core of leader's conscientiousness. The spirituality paradigm in this study will be operationalized through four dimensions: accountability, leader's concern for followers, rationality, and transparency.
ACCESSION #
88844688

 

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