Factors Of Paternalistic Leadership

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Group Factors
Paternalistic Leadership
Paternalistic leadership is a fatherlike leadership style which consists of 3 dimensions which are following (Otken et al., 2012).
1. Authoritarian means leader who have absolute control over followers.
2. Benevolent means leader’s behavior that concern for subordinates’ personal or familial well-being.
3. Moral refers to behavior that demonstrates personal virtues ,self-discipline, and unselfishness of leaders
Laissez-faire Leadership
Laissez-faire leadership refers to leader who surrenders responsibilities and avoids making decisions and hands-off of the tasks, meaning follower has freedom of decision making (Neha et al., 2015)
Transactional and Transformational Leadership
Transactional Leadership refers to leader who being focused on clarifying roles, also guiding followers to achieve expected goals based on rewards (Dai et al., 2011). Therefore, the relationship of leaders and employee will be in term of exchanges of outcomes and rewards.
While, transformational leadership is leaders who motivate followers by influence them to perform outcomes which beyond expectations by building a climate of trust (Dai et al., 2011).
As demonstrated in Figure 3, to maximize follower’s performances, leader must augment transactional behavior with transformational leadership behaviors in order to get performances that beyond expectation (Galpin., 2012). Transformational leadership behaviors referred to 4 following items.
1. Idealized vision
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