MODELING HOW TO GROW: AN INDUCTIVE EXAMINATION OF HUMBLE LEADER BEHAVIORS, CONTINGENCIES, AND OUTCOMES

@article{Owens2012MODELINGHT,
  title={MODELING HOW TO GROW: AN INDUCTIVE EXAMINATION OF HUMBLE LEADER BEHAVIORS, CONTINGENCIES, AND OUTCOMES},
  author={Bradley P. Owens and David R. Hekman},
  journal={Academy of Management Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={55},
  pages={787-818}
}
Although a growing number of leadership writers argue leader humility is important to organizational effectiveness, little is known about the construct, why some leaders behave more humbly than oth... 

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