Cast in a new light

Alimo-Metclafe, Beverly; Bradley, Margaret
January 2008
People Management;1/24/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p38
This article deals with a study that examined the impact of leadership on the successful implementation of change in multi-professional teams. The study identified three dimensions of leadership culture, engaging with others, visionary leadership and leadership capabilities. It found that all three dimensions positively and significantly affected several aspects of staff's attitudes to work and their well-being at work. Importantly, it found that visionary leadership also helps to reduce job-related stress and exhaustion.


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