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Thus, narcissistic females have a natural propensity for attaining leader positions and tend to construct and evaluate the meaning of their membership in the occupational group of leaders as being desirable and valuable (Nevicka, De Hoogh, Van Vianen, Beersma, & McIlwain, 2011).
Despite the wide perception that ethical leadership is a multi-faceted concept, Kalshoven, Den Hartog and De Hoogh (2011) observed that until recently, research had not measured multiple ethical leader behaviours.
Afscheidsrede Utrecht (Amsterdam: De Hoogh, 1870), 19; Geworteld en Gegrond, 12; ET: Rooted, 10; E Voto 2:115.
Another aspect that calls for further attention is that of determining in which ways different types of leadership such as servant leadership (Liden, Wayne, Zhao, & Henderson, 2008), ethical leadership (Kalshoven, Den Hartog, & De Hoogh, 2011), transformational leadership (Molero, Cuadrado, Navas, & Morales, 2007), authentic leadership (Moriano, Molero, & Levy Mangin, 2011), transcendental leadership (Crossan, Vera, & Nanjad, 2008) and charismatic leadership (Conger & Kanungo, 1994) influence the development of creativity in employees.
Through empirical research, studies show that despotic leadership styles, that were successful from an organizational metrics perspective, were negatively correlated to top management team performance and subordinates' optimism about the future (De Hoogh & Den Hartog, 2008).
Although many hospitals are struggling with financial targets, according to Sjoerd de Hoogh, researcher, TNO, Dutch Centre for Health Assets, "there is an urge to expand because of the growing demand for healthcare services.
It will be very difficult to make an argument that the Church as an organised group committed a crime against humanity and it would be debatable whether that was based on a common plan," said Andre de Hoogh, a senior lecturer in international law at Groningen University.
They inhibited the communication because of self-centeredness and authoritarianism," said Barbora Nevicka, a PhD candidate in organizational psychology, describing a new study she undertook with University of Amsterdam colleagues Femke Ten Velden, Annebel De Hoogh, and Annelies Van Vianen.
For example, subordinates of transformational leaders have less role conflict, higher task performance, and higher satisfaction with a task than subordinates with non-transformational leaders (Howell & Frost, 1989) and show more helping as well as compliance (Den Hartog, De Hoogh, & Keegan, 2007).
Elliott P, Briggs D, Morris S, de Hoogh C, Hurt C, Jensen TK, MaiSand I, Richardson S, Wakefield J, Jarup L.
De Hoogh, Articles 4 and 8 of the 2001 ILC Articles on State Responsibility, the Tadic case and attribution of acts of Bosnian Serb Authorities to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 72 BRIT.