Date of Award
Open Access Thesis
Master of Arts in Leadership (MAL)
Traditional models of leadership have been associated with either masculine or feminine traits, as illustrated by the transactional and transformational styles, respectively. A new model of leadership has emerged that requires that both feminine and masculine traits be incorporated into a leader's style. The Augsburg Leadership Development Model supports this new style of leadership by maintaining a neutral gender role association.
Holien, Jackie, "An Investigation of the Augsburg Leadership Development Model and Its Gender Role Association" (1999). Theses and Graduate Projects. 405.