A key distinction, mentioned by Dubin (1979, p. 227), is “leadership at a distance.” When Dubin was writing, there was little research on this topic. More recently, however, there has been an upsurge in leadership-at-a-distance work. We see a major review by Antonakis and Atwater (2002), following an earlier one by Napier and Ferris (1993), along with work by authors such as Shamir (1995) and Waldman and Yammarino (1999).
Hooijberg, R., (Jerry) Hunt, J.G., Antonakis, J. and Boal, K.B. (2007), "Chapter 1 Being There Even When You are Not: The Leadership of", Hooijberg, R., (Jerry) Hunt, J.G., Antonakis, J., Boal, K.B. and Lane, N. (Ed.) Being There Even When You Are Not (Monographs in Leadership and Management, Vol. 4), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1479-3571(07)04021-7Download as .RIS
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