An integrated conceptual model of respect in leadership
The Leadership Quarterly, 22, (2), . (doi:10.1016/j.leaqua.2011.02.007).
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Respect is greatly talked about in leadership yet rarely are discussions encountered in the literature regarding what is meant by the concept. This paper analyzes the differing ways in which respect has been treated within key leadership perspectives, identifying three differing types of respect, appraisal, recognition and identification respect. The antecedents or conditions that give rise to these three types of respect within the leadership relationship are identified. Drawing upon developments in the group behavior literature, the outcomes of appraisal and recognition respect in leadership are suggested. With the further addition of situational and individual factors that potentially moderate the relationship between respect and its antecedents, an integrated conceptual model of respect in leadership is presented to underpin future research in the area
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