Transformational Leadership and the Falling Dominoes Effect

@article{Bass1987TransformationalLA,
  title={Transformational Leadership and the Falling Dominoes Effect},
  author={Bernard M. Bass and David A. Waldman and B. Avolio and M. E. Bebb},
  journal={Group \& Organization Management},
  year={1987},
  volume={12},
  pages={73 - 87}
}
This investigation examined the practice of tranformational leadership at two levels of management in a New Zealand government agency. Transformational leadership was defined as the extent to which a manager is seen as charismatic, as treating each subordinate as an individual, and as intellectually stimulating. Like falling dominoes, transformational leadership at a higher level of management was expected to appear concomitantly at the next lower level. Analyses of leadership behavior… 
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