Running head : ASSERTIVENESS AND LEADERSHIP PERCEPTIONS 1 Assertiveness and Leadership Perceptions : The Role of Gender

@inproceedings{Lazenby2016RunningH,
  title={Running head : ASSERTIVENESS AND LEADERSHIP PERCEPTIONS 1 Assertiveness and Leadership Perceptions : The Role of Gender},
  author={Corie S. Lazenby},
  year={2016}
}
  • Corie S. Lazenby
  • Published 2016
Using an experimental design (N = 469), we examined the main and interacting effects of assertiveness, gender, and LMX quality on leader outcomes. As expected, the moderate assertiveness condition was better predictive of positive leader outcomes. LMX did interact significantly with assertiveness in predicting leadership outcomes, whereas gender did not. PRESS PARAGRAPH Using a 3 X 2 X 2 between-participants experimental design (N = 469), we tested the main effect of assertiveness on leader… CONTINUE READING

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