STRIKE A CHORD: UNDERSTANDING AND IMPROVING THE EFFECTS OF SITUATIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND LEADERSHIP PREFERENCES OF SUBORDINATES IN THE SPORTS SECTOR

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Authors: Adams, A., Breitbarth, T. and Frary, L.

Start date: 11 September 2013

Chelladurai’s (1978) multi-dimensional model of leadership (MML) proposes that the satisfaction of lower ranked individuals is a by-product of congruency between required, preferred and actual leadership behaviours. The primary aim of this research is to revisit the underlying aspects with a particular focus on the wider sports sector and to further investigate the relationship between preferred and required leadership behaviours in the construction of subordinate satisfaction using an alternative methodological perspective.

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