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This paper outlines a theory of charismatic relationships based on the individual orientation of the follower and extent of charismatic message routinization. A model is proposed that addresses three different types of charismatic relationships-socialized, personalized, and social contagion-and...
Evolution of the Situational Leadership Theory is reviewed in relation to conceptual developments associated with the theory and published empirical work testing the theory. Overall, its theoretical robustness and pragmatic utility are challenged because of logical and internal inconsistencies,...
This study examines the effects of leader reward and punishment on leader effectiveness and charisma. Follower reactions to leaders' punishment behavior are also examined. The sample of leaders consisted of 286 male upper class cadets at an all-male military college, while the followers were...
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