Leadership & Organization Development Journal: Volume 34 Issue 3


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Performance management coaching: servant leadership and gender implications

Angus J. Duff

The purpose of this paper is to consider theoretically the relationships between performance management, a servant leadership style and leader gender, drawing from Hackman…


Leadership as a balancing act between performance‐ and development‐orientation: A study of managers’ and co‐workers’ understanding of leadership in an industrial organisation

Andreas Wallo, Per‐Erik Ellström, Henrik Kock

The purpose of this article is to revisit data from a previous study of leadership in an industrial company that was in the process of implementing a process‐oriented…


The relationship between Theory X/Y: assumptions and communication apprehension

Travis L. Russ

This study seeks to explore whether McGregor's Theory X/Y assumptions are related to managers’ communication apprehension (CA) – their degree of comfort when interacting…


Ethical managers in ethical organisations? The leadership‐culture connection among Finnish managers

Mari Huhtala, Maiju Kangas, Anna‐Maija Lämsä, Taru Feldt

The main aim of the present study is to discover whether the managers’ self‐evaluations of their ethical leadership style are associated with their assessments of the…


Perceptions and emotional experiences in differential supervisor‐subordinate relationships

Herman H.M. Tse, Ashlea C. Troth

The purpose of this research is to examine how employees perceive the differential quality of relationships with their supervisors, and their emotional experiences within…

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