An Analysis of Subordinate Influence on Leader Behavior: The Use of Multiple Measures and the Examination of Potential Moderators.
NEBRASKA UNIV LINCOLN DEPT OF MANAGEMENT
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Trained participant observers recorder the monitoring and controlling behaviors of 78 target managers. These managers subordinates completed a number of questionnaires relating to perceived effectiveness, satisfaction, autonomy, commitment, and their leaders behavior. The results of the statistical analysis indicated enough support from both the directly observed leader behavior and the questionnaire descriptions to conclude that subordinates behaviorsituation does seem to influence leader behavior. Author
- Sociology and Law