Strong vs. effective leadership

Nicholas Emler responds to an article in our March edition.

Leadership has for too long been grievously neglected by mainstream psychology, and it is good to see the topic now more regularly getting serious scholarly attention, so I hesitate to criticise John Antonakis’s particular effort (‘Moving psychology forward – with charisma’, March 2018). I disagree, however, that ‘we have been spinning our wheels a lot in the study of leadership’. There

 

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