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Leadership dimensions questionnaire: organisation context, leader performance and follower commitment

Leadership dimensions questionnaire: organisation context, leader performance and follower commitment
Leadership dimensions questionnaire: organisation context, leader performance and follower commitment
This research note provides further data and analyses that develop further the work on the Leadership Dimensions Questionnaire (LDQ) reported by Dulewicz & Higgs (2003). The note reports analyses of a mixed sample of over 1000 respondents to the self-report LDQ. In particular it examines the relationship of the LDQ dimensions to three outcome scales: Context, Leader Performance and Follower Commitment. The analyses demonstrated clear linkages between LDQ dimensions and both Leader Performance and Follower Commitment. Overall the data presented provides further support for the use of the LDQ in a range of situations in both public and private sector organisations.
2005 01
Henley Business School, University of Reading
Dulewicz, S.V.
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Higgs, M.J.
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Dulewicz, S.V. and Higgs, M.J. (2005) Leadership dimensions questionnaire: organisation context, leader performance and follower commitment (Henley Working Paper Series, 2005 01) Henley, UK. Henley Business School, University of Reading

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This research note provides further data and analyses that develop further the work on the Leadership Dimensions Questionnaire (LDQ) reported by Dulewicz & Higgs (2003). The note reports analyses of a mixed sample of over 1000 respondents to the self-report LDQ. In particular it examines the relationship of the LDQ dimensions to three outcome scales: Context, Leader Performance and Follower Commitment. The analyses demonstrated clear linkages between LDQ dimensions and both Leader Performance and Follower Commitment. Overall the data presented provides further support for the use of the LDQ in a range of situations in both public and private sector organisations.

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Published date: 2005

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/51490
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Date deposited: 21 Aug 2008
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:48

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Author: S.V. Dulewicz
Author: M.J. Higgs

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