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Transformational leaders stimulate the inner emotional worlds of their followers by appealing to higher ideals and values.
They achieve this by tenaciously upholding an inspiring vision linked to clear goals. Rather than obfuscating the vision with jargon, they repeatedly and enthusiastically repeat it to keep it front of mind.
Idealized influence and inspirational motivation are highly correlated, sometimes combined in the research to form the dimension ‘charisma.
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EI (Emotional Intelligence) is virtually synonymous with good leadership. There are five elements of emotional intelligence:
Transformational leaders are those who engage with followers to raise one another to higher levels of motivation and morality.
A large body of evidence shows that transformational leadership positively aligns with how well companies, the military, governmental organizations, educational institutions, and nonprofits perform.
Transformational leaders set a high standard of moral and ethical conduct to engender loyalty and respect in their followers. One might say they ‘walk the talk’ or lead by example.
Transformational leadership is often juxtaposed with transactional leadership. The latter leaders “cater to their followers’ immediate self-interests” instead of uplifting the morals of their followers through inspiration
Transformational Leadership isn’t a blanket solution to be used in every scenario and across every setting. Some argue that some teams need a more transactional style, meaning closer supervision and greater direction. This might especially be the case when followers are unskilled and require more...
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