Typology of organizational leadership styles



The paper argues that traditional approaches to research of leadership styles based on behavior models lack psychological, personality oriented contents to significant ex-tent. New typology of leadership behavior allowing differentiation of internal param-eters of leadership behavior has been proposed and empirically verified.

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Keywords: organizational leadership, corporate culture, 3-factor model of leadership, leadership styles, value orientations

Publication rubric: Psychology in social management, human resources, organizational development

Article type: scientific article

For citation: Zankovsky A. Typology of organizational leadership styles [Elektronnyi resurs]. Socio-economic and psychological problems of management,


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Information About the Authors

Anatoly Zankovsky, Doctor of Psychology, Institute of Psychology of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia, e-mail: azankovsky@gmail.com



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