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Leadership Behavior and Organizational Climate : An Empirical Study in a Non-profit Organization

@inproceedings{Holloway2012LeadershipBA,
  title={Leadership Behavior and Organizational Climate : An Empirical Study in a Non-profit Organization},
  author={Joseph B. Holloway},
  year={2012}
}
  • Joseph B. Holloway
  • Published 2012
  • The primary purpose of this research paper is to present an empirical study framed by the theory that task-oriented and relations-oriented leadership behaviors are positively related to the employees’ perceptions of organizational climate. The study examined the following research question: Are task-oriented and relations-oriented leadership behaviors related to different dimensions of organizational climate in a non-profit organization? The study introduces the theoretical perspective and… CONTINUE READING
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