March 24, 2013

Leadership theory conformance

Their are various leadership theories, each of which is compatible with certain personalities. For example, Hautala (2003) carried out an empirical research asking subordinates for the most transformational leader. The author found out that the most transformational leader who have sensing and feeling personality.

it is important to take the personality into consideration as a person might expect that he/she is leading well with a theory and the subordinates disagree. The author research also covered the leaders opinions of them selves and he found out that other personalities rated them selves as very transformation when in fact the subordinates disagreed.

I am very found of Transformational leadership. I was planning to improve my self with it to become a transformational leader. However, my personality might not be compatible with it or more compatible with other theories. On this basis, i am going to take the Myers-Briggs personality test and from their look if i can be an effective transformational leader.

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