Making Sense of Motivational Leadership: The Trail from Transformational Leaders to Motivated Followers
This paper presents a theoretical model that integrates two related, but distinct mechanisms by which transformational leaders influence follower motivation. That is, we propose that an affective mechanism by which charismatic leaders induce positive emotional experiences in their followers, and a cognitive mechanisms that includes communicating the leader's vision and its effects on goal setting explain the connection between charismatic and transformational leadership and follower motivation. Further, we specify the pathways through which affective and cognitive processes influence three components of follower motivation: The direction of action, the intensity of effort, and effort persistence.
Business | Leadership Studies | Organizational Behavior and Theory
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies
City or Country
ILIES, Remus; JUDGE, Timothy A.; and WAGNER, David T..
Making Sense of Motivational Leadership: The Trail from Transformational Leaders to Motivated Followers. (2006). Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies. 13, (1), 1-22. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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