Gender role self-concept, categorical gender, and transactional-transformational leadership: implications for perceived workgroup performance

@inproceedings{Wolfram2014GenderRS,
  title={Gender role self-concept, categorical gender, and transactional-transformational leadership: implications for perceived workgroup performance},
  author={Hans-Joachim Wolfram and Lynda Gratton},
  year={2014}
}
Prior research has shown that female managers are more likely to display transactional–transformational leadership, but they are less likely than their male colleagues to benefit from this in terms of leadership effectiveness. The aim of this study is to address this intriguing finding. Our expectations were that female managers need masculinity so that their leadership can display positive effects on perceived workgroup performance, whereas androgyny would be advantageous in male managers. We… CONTINUE READING

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