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Type of publication: Straipsnis kitose duomenų bazėse / Article in other databases (S4)
Field of Science: Psichologija / Psychology (S006)
Author(s): Stelmokienė, Aurelija;Vadvilavičius, Tadas
Title: Hipotetinio vadovo tamsiosios triados bruožų poveikis transformacinio vadovavimo vertinimui
Other Title: The impact of a hypothetical leader’s dark triad traits in the assessment of transformational leadership
Is part of: Psichologija : mokslo darbai. Vilnius : Vilniaus universiteto leidykla, 2019, T. 59
Extent: p. 23-36
Date: 2019
Keywords: Tamsioji triada;Transformacinis vadovavimas;Vadovavimo vertinimas;Dark triad;Transformational leadership;Assessment of leadership
Abstract: Straipsnyje pristatomas tyrimas, kurio tikslas – išanalizuoti scenarijuose aprašytų hipotetinių vadovų (-ių) tamsiosios triados bruožų poveikį transformacinio vadovavimo vertinimui. Kvazieksperimente dalyvavo 157 asmenys (31 vyras ir 126 moterys), kurie vertino scenarijuose aprašytų hipotetinių vadovų (-ių) transformacinį vadovavimą ir pildė klausimyną apie savo tamsiosios triados bruožų išreikštumą (SD3). Tyrimo rezultatai atskleidė, kad silpnu tamsiosios triados bruožų išreikštumu pasižymintys hipotetiniai (scenarijuose aprašyti) vadovai buvo vertinami kaip dažniau taikantys transformacinį vadovavimą, o stipriu išreikštumu pasižymintys – kaip rečiau. Vis dėlto hipotetinių vadovų transformacinio vadovavimo vertinimai nesiskyrė nei pagal vertintojo, nei pagal vertinamojo lytį. Vertintojo tamsiosios triados bruožų išreikštumas taip pat nebuvo statistiškai reikšmingas kintamasis scenarijuose aprašytų hipotetinių vadovų transformacinio vadovavimo vertinimo prognostiniame modelyje
For quite a long period of time, transformational leadership was related only to positive antecedents and outcomes (van Knippenberg & Sitkin, 2013). However, nowadays researchers are more invited to study the “dark side” of transformational leadership (Eisenbeiß & Boerner, 2013; Vreja, Balan, & Bosca, 2016). The model of dark triad traits (Paulhus & Williams, 2002) could be an interesting topic in this contemporary discussion. Therefore, a quasi experiment was conducted with the aim to analyze the impact of a hypothetical leader’s dark triad traits in assessing transformational leadership. A total of 157 respondents (31 male and 126 females) participated in the quasi experiment. The average age of respondents was 24.87 (SD = 5.4) years, with the average of 4.5 (SD = 5.03) years of working experience. Most of the respondents (62.4%) had higher education. Respondents were asked to fill in the questionnaire about their dark triad traits (SD3, Jones & Paulhus, 2014), to read one of four scenarios (2 x 2 experiment design: male or female leader; a high or low expression of a leader’s dark triad traits) and to evaluate the transformational leadership of a hypothetical leader in the scenario (GTL scale, Carless, Wearing, & Mann, 2000). The analysis revealed that the index of transformational leadership was higher when hypothetical leaders with a low expression of dark triad traits were assessed in comparison with hypothetical leaders who possessed a high expression of dark triad traits. So, the main hypothesis was confirmed. However, an additional analysis of the factors that could be also important in predicting the assessment of transformational leadership did not support the significant role of the assessor’s or the assessee’s gender or the assessing individual’s dark triad traits. Nevertheless, contextual factors in the assessment of transformational leadership deserve further attention from researchers and practitioners. [...]
Affiliation(s): Psichologijos katedra
Socialinių mokslų fakultetas
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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