Leadership Competencies and Organizational Performance: A Conceptual and Empirical Review
AbstractThis paper reviews extant conceptual, theoretical and empirical literature of the influence of leadership competencies and organizational performance which has raised a number of concerns that present a case for a new theoretical model suitable for the expansion of current understanding of how leadership competencies influence performance.
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