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Differences Between The Relationship Of Integrity And Leadership Styles According To The Model Of Bernard Bass

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    This article aims to prove empirically that there are signifi cant differencesin the correlation that shows no leadership, transactional leadership andtransformational leadership (MLQ) with the perceived lack of integrity ofthe leader (PLIS). It also sought to test whether there was an increased intensityof the relationships between each of the variables of leadership withintegrity (T-test). The results show that both transformational leadership andtransactional relationship are directly related to integrity. Also based on theempirical results of this investigation is concluded that the relationship oftransformational leadership with integrity is stronger than the relationshipof leadership with transactional integrity. And that transactional leadershipis in turn associated with more integrity that no lead.

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    Article provided by UNIVERSIDAD ICESI in its journal ESTUDIOS GERENCIALES.

    Volume (Year): (2010)
    Issue (Month): (March)

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    Handle: RePEc:col:000129:008367
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