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Effect of developmental efficacy on leadership development

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  • Emmanuel Mango

    (Chandaria School of Business, United States International University, P.O. Box 14634 -00800, Nairobi, Kenya)

  • Jeremiah Koshal

    (Chandaria School of Business, United States International University, P.O. Box 14634 -00800, Nairobi, Kenya)

  • Caren Ouma

    (Chandaria School of Business, United States International University, P.O. Box 14634 -00800, Nairobi, Kenya)

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The study investigates the effect of developmental efficacy (one of the elements of leader developmental readiness) on leadership development. The study was conducted among MBA students within private universities in Kenya. Data was collected through a validated instrument and correlation, one-way ANOVA, and regression analyses were performed. The results revealed that developmental efficacy significantly affects leadership development, F(1,286) = 79.803, p

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  • Emmanuel Mango & Jeremiah Koshal & Caren Ouma, 2019. "Effect of developmental efficacy on leadership development," International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147-4478), Center for the Strategic Studies in Business and Finance, vol. 8(5), pages 70-75, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:rbs:ijbrss:v:8:y:2019:i:5:p:70-75
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