Leadership and Group Dynamics
Leadership is often cited as being highly influential in shaping people’s experiences. The leadership literature attests to the importance of leadership predicting outcomes across a variety of contexts (e.g., the military, organisational policy, the public sector, and business). IPEPs work has examined how transformational leadership can encourage followers to perform beyond their expectations.
Allied to our work on leadership, IPEP also investigate how group dynamics are impacted by the leader and how group dynamics are impacted by other personality variables.
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