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MS in Human Resource Development
This qualitative study investigated the different types of dysfunctional leadership and how each one affects both employees and organizations negatively. The study has been conducted to fill in some of the gaps in leadership research; such as the fact that there has not been much research to show why organizations tolerate or even reinforce dysfunctional leadership behaviors. This study included a review of relevant literature combined with subjective interpreted interviews with seven participants all of whom have had unique experiences with dysfunctional leadership styles.
Cornelius, Erin, "Dysfunctional Leadership and its Effects" (2002). Education Masters. Paper 167.
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