Trait Studies-Theories of Leadership

Trait Studies-Theories of Leadership:

A) The "great man" approach

B) Traits are distinguishing personal characteristics of a leader such as intelligence, values, appearance, etc.

C) Trait studies sought to identify characteristics common to leaders:

  • compared leaders with non-leaders; successful versus unsuccessful leaders.

D) But little theoretical progress made:

  • traits the effect, not the cause?
  • focus shifted to the “leadership behaviour”: what leaders do instead than what they are.

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