The transformational leadership factors influence global leaders

  title={The transformational leadership factors influence global leaders},
  author={A. Judkrue},
  journal={2012 e-Leadership Conference on Sustainable e-Government and e- Business Innovations (E-LEADERSHIP)},
  • A. Judkrue
  • Published 1 October 2012
  • Education
  • 2012 e-Leadership Conference on Sustainable e-Government and e- Business Innovations (E-LEADERSHIP)
This paper addresses the four factors - Idealized Influence (II), Inspirational Motivation (IM), Intellectual Stimulation (IS), and Individualized Consideration (IC) - that affect the successfulness of transformational leadership to become a global leader. It also gives information on how e-leadership works together with transformational leadership. In the paper, the Likert Scale was used to collect data, AMOS to analyze it, the Confirmatory Factor Analysis to confirm the model, and a… 

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