The value of values and the strength of the collective in the age of post-heroic leadership
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In the present paper, it is aimed to assess the consequences of positive and post-heroic forms of leadership for individuals and teams. Thus, in the first project we seek to shed light on the differential outcomes of ethical and authentic leadership on social identity threat among negatively stereotyped individuals. The second project relates our assessment of a moderating role of leader effectiveness and mediating mechanism of leader-member exchange guiding the relationship between humble leadership and organizational citizenship behaviors. Finally, in the third project, we make a case for examining joint effects of shared leadership and transformational vertical leadership on team potency and team performance.
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