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Beyond Participation? - Leadership ideals of future managers from Central and East European Countries

LANG, R. SZABO, E. CATANA, G. KONEČNÁ, Z. SKÁLOVÁ, P.

Originální název

Beyond Participation? - Leadership ideals of future managers from Central and East European Countries

Anglický název

Beyond Participation? - Leadership ideals of future managers from Central and East European Countries

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This article analyses the leadership expectations of students in their role of potential future managers. Employing the GLOBE studys methodology and based on a sample of business economics and engineering students in seven Central and East European countries, the article compares leadership prototypes across countries as well as between the Germanic and Eastern European clusters. The study also tests the role of various influence factors on one specific leadership style, namely the participative one. Among the influences examined are demographic characteristics, individual value preferences, perceptions of institutional and cultural practices, and agents of socialisation as role models. The findings suggest a complex web of influences, with individual value preferences being a particular strong predictor of students participative leadership expectations. In a last step, the study also investigates whether the students profiles match the participatory expectations of middle managers in their respective countries. The findings show that managers as well as students across the seven CEE countries are clearly in favour of participative leadership. However, there is also a common tendency for managers to rank participative leadership more highly than students of the very country do, suggesting that it may take personal business practice and leadership experience to fully appreciate the benefits of participation.

Anglický abstrakt

This article analyses the leadership expectations of students in their role of potential future managers. Employing the GLOBE studys methodology and based on a sample of business economics and engineering students in seven Central and East European countries, the article compares leadership prototypes across countries as well as between the Germanic and Eastern European clusters. The study also tests the role of various influence factors on one specific leadership style, namely the participative one. Among the influences examined are demographic characteristics, individual value preferences, perceptions of institutional and cultural practices, and agents of socialisation as role models. The findings suggest a complex web of influences, with individual value preferences being a particular strong predictor of students participative leadership expectations. In a last step, the study also investigates whether the students profiles match the participatory expectations of middle managers in their respective countries. The findings show that managers as well as students across the seven CEE countries are clearly in favour of participative leadership. However, there is also a common tendency for managers to rank participative leadership more highly than students of the very country do, suggesting that it may take personal business practice and leadership experience to fully appreciate the benefits of participation.

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@article{BUT102752,
  author="Rainhart {Lang} and Erna {Szabo} and Gheorge Alexandru {Catana} and Zdeňka {Konečná} and Petra {Skálová}",
  title="Beyond Participation? - Leadership ideals of future managers from Central and East European Countries",
  annote="This article analyses the leadership expectations of students in their role of potential future managers. Employing the GLOBE studys methodology and based on a sample of business economics and engineering students in seven Central and East European countries, the article compares leadership prototypes across countries as well as between the Germanic and Eastern European clusters. The study also tests the role of various influence factors on one specific leadership style, namely the participative one. Among the influences examined are demographic characteristics, individual value preferences, perceptions of institutional and cultural practices, and agents of socialisation as role models. The findings suggest a complex web of influences, with individual value preferences being a particular strong predictor of students participative leadership expectations. In a last step, the study also investigates whether the students profiles match the participatory expectations of middle managers in their respective countries. The findings show that managers as well as students across the seven CEE countries are clearly in favour of participative leadership. However, there is also a common tendency for managers to rank participative leadership more highly than students of the very country do, suggesting that it may take personal business practice and leadership experience to fully appreciate the benefits of participation.",
  address="Rainer Hampp Verlag",
  chapter="102752",
  institution="Rainer Hampp Verlag",
  number="4",
  volume="18",
  year="2013",
  month="november",
  pages="482--511",
  publisher="Rainer Hampp Verlag",
  type="journal article - other"
}