Culture Specific and Cross-culturally Generalizable Implicit Leadership Theories: Are Attributes of Charismatic/transformational Leadership Universally Endorsed?

Deanne N. Den Hartog, Robert J. House, Paul J. Hanges, S. Antonio Ruiz-Quintanilla, Peter W. Dorfman, Babajide Samuel Adetoun, Ikhlas A. Abdalla, Ram N. Aditya, Hafid Agourram, Adebowale Akande, Bolanle Elizabeth Akande, Staffan Akerblom, Carlos Altschul, Eden Alvarez-Backus, Julian Andrews, Maria Eugenia Arias, Mirian Sofyan Arif, Neal M. Ashkanasy, Arben Asllani, Guiseppe AudiaGyula Bakacsi, Helena Bendova, David Beveridge, Rabi S. Bhagat, Alejandro Blacutt, Jiming Bao, Domenico Bodega, Muzaffer Bodur, Simon Booth, Annie E. Booysen, Dimitrios Bourantas, Klas Brenk, Felix Brodbeck, Dale Everton Carl, Philippe Castel, Chieh-Chen Chang, Sandy Chau, Frenda Cheung, Jagdeep S. Chhokar, Jimmy Chiu, Peter Cosgriff, Ali Dastmalchian, Jose Augusto Dela Coleta, Marilia Ferreira Dela Coleta, Marc Deneire, Markus Dickson, Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Christopher Earley, Mahmoud A.E. Elgamal, Miriam Erez, Sarah Falkus, Mark Fearing, Richard H. G. Field, Carol Fimmen, Michael Frese, Pingping Fu, Barbara Gorsler, Mikhail V. Gratchev, Vipin Gupta, Celia Gutierrez, Frans Marti Hartanto, Markus Hauser, Ingalill Holmberg, Marina Holtzer, Michael Hoppe, Jon P. Howell, Elena Ibrieva, John C. Ickis, Zakaria Ismail, Slawomir Jarmuz, Mansour Javidan, Jorge Correia Jesuino, Li Ji, Kuen-Yung Jone, Geoffrey Jones, Revaz Jorbenadse, Hayat Kabasakal, Mary Keating, Andrea Keller, Jeffrey C. Kennedy, Jay S. Kim, Giorgi Kipiani, Matthias Kipping, Edvard Konrad, Paul L. Koopman, Fuh-Yeong Kuan, Alexandre Kurc, Marie-Francoise Lacassagne, Sang M. Lee, Christopher Leeds, Francisco Leguizamon, Martin Lindell, Jean Lobell, Fred Luthans, Jerzy Maczynski, Norma Mansor, Gillian Martin, Michael Martin, Sandra M. Martinez, Aly Messallam, Cecilia McMillen, Emiko Misumi, Juji Misumi, Moudi al-Homoud, Phyllisis M. Ngin, Jeremiah O'Connell, Enrique Ogliastri, Nancy Papalexandris, T. K. Peng, Maria Marta Preziosa, Jose M. Prieto, Boris Rakitsky, Gerhard Reber, Nikolai Rogovsky, Joydeep Roy-Bhattacharya, Amir Rozen, Argio Sabadin, Majhoub Sahaba, Colombia Salom de Bustamante, Carmen Santana-Melgoza, Daniel Alan Sauers, Jette Schramm-Nielsen, Majken Schultz, Zuqi Shi, Camilla Sigfrids, Kye-Chung Song, Erna Szabo, Albert C. Teo, Henk Thierry, Jann Hidayat Tjakranegara, Sylvana Trimi, Anne S. Tsui, Pavakanum Ubolwanna, Marius W. van Wyk, Marie Vondrysova, Jürgen Weibler, Celeste Wilderom, Rongxian Wu, Rolf Wunderer, Nik Rahiman Nik Yakob, Yongkang Yang, Zuoqiu Yin, Michio Yoshida, Jian Zhou

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Abstrakt

This study focuses on culturally endorsed implicit theories of leadership (CLTs). Although cross-cultural research emphasizes that different cultural groups likely have different conceptions of what leadership should entail, a controversial position is argued here: namely that attributes associated with charismatic/transformational leadership will be universally endorsed as contributing to outstanding leadership. This hypothesis was tested in 62 cultures as part of the Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness (GLOBE) Research Program. Universally endorsed leader attributes, as well as attributes that are universally seen as impediments to outstanding leadership and culturally contingent attributes are presented here. The results support the hypothesis that specific aspects of charismatic/transformational leadership are strongly and universally endorsed across cultures.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftLeadership Quarterly
Vol/bind10
Udgave nummer2
Sider (fra-til)219-256
Antal sider38
ISSN1048-9843
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 1999

Bibliografisk note

Opstilling: 434 cul
Løbe nr.: 003942

Emneord

  • Interkulturel ledelse
  • Europa
  • Kulturforskelle

Citationsformater

Den Hartog, D. N., House, R. J., Hanges, P. J., Ruiz-Quintanilla, S. A., Dorfman, P. W., Adetoun, B. S., Abdalla, I. A., Aditya, R. N., Agourram, H., Akande, A., Akande, B. E., Akerblom, S., Altschul, C., Alvarez-Backus, E., Andrews, J., Arias, M. E., Arif, M. S., Ashkanasy, N. M., Asllani, A., ... Zhou, J. (1999). Culture Specific and Cross-culturally Generalizable Implicit Leadership Theories: Are Attributes of Charismatic/transformational Leadership Universally Endorsed? Leadership Quarterly, 10(2), 219-256. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1048-9843(99)00018-1