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Transformationale Führung – Forschungsstand und Umsetzung in der Praxis

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Part of the Leadership und Angewandte Psychologie book series (LAP)

Zusammenfassung

Transformationale Führung wird in außerordentlich erfolgreichen Unternehmen praktiziert. Diese (beobachtbaren) Praktiken wurden durch zahlreiche empirische Studien bestätigt und mit dem Gießener Inventar der Transformationalen Führung validiert und auf die deutsche Unternehmenskultur anwendbar gemacht. Transformational geführte Mitarbeiter leisten mehr, sind kreativer, zeigen mehr Teamgeist und eine stärkere intrinsische Motivation als ihre transaktionalen Kollegen. Das gilt auch für die Führungskräfte selbst; sie haben bessere persönliche Beziehungen, mehr Energie und weniger Stress. Schließlich belegen die vielen Beispiele einer erfolgreichen Implementierung den überlegenen Nutzen dieses Konzeptes in der Praxis.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Technische Hochschule MittelhessenTHM Business SchoolGießenDeutschland

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