A Functional Perspective on Improving Leadership Effectiveness

Behling, Orlando; Rauch Jr., Charles F.
March 1985
Organizational Dynamics;Spring85, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p51
Academic Journal
Assesses the ways to improve the leadership effectiveness of managers from a functional perspective in the U.S. Theories of leadership; Factors contributing to the limited success of attempts to understand leadership; Summary of the functional leadership perspectives.


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