Using quantitative analysis and reflection techniques, we examine employee perception of leadership style and perceived results within organizations based in Whistler, Canada. We are primarily concerned with results in terms of organizational culture towards 3 key stakeholder groups, customers, community, and employees. The observed differences in results between transformational and transactional leadership provide a basis for enriching the mapping of leadership style to desired outcomes.
Jones, H. and Hunter, K.O. (2016). A Reflective Hybrid Approach to Connecting Leadership Style and Stakeholder Perspective. Challenging Organizations and Society. 5(2) 950-1006.
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