In this paper, we measure the impact of transactional leadership and transformational leadership styles on student learning outcomes. Leadership style was measured using a set of questions that were developed based on the conceptions of leadership style from Avolio, Waldman and Yammarino (1991). Student learning outcomes investigated included overall final mark achieved in the course, as well as communication skills, writing skills, critical thinking and analysis skills, study skills, reading skills and interpersonal skills.
Czernkowski, R., a Mladenovic, R., Cousins, C., Gibson, R. and Howitt, G. (2003), "The impact of leadership style on student learning in a first‐year accounting course", Asian Review of Accounting, Vol. 11 No. 1, pp. 48-68. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb060762Download as .RIS
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