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n Journal of Public Administration - Military leadership : a challenge beyond full range leadership

Volume 39, Issue 2
  • ISSN : 0036-0767
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Abstract

Leadership is a popular topic in organisational behaviour because of the assumed role it plays in group and organisational effectiveness. It is assumed that the success of a group depends primarily on the quality of leadership. The ability to inspire and motivate others and transform them into committed contributors to the organisation is the function of leadership. There is an assumption that, looking for an overarching model of 'leadership' can be both futile and counterproductive, and it is an accepted fact that there is no 'one best way' to teach leadership. In this article leadership theories are combined to provide an overarching "model" to teach military leadership.

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2004-06-01
2017-10-19

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