Advanced

Transformativt ledarskap - en förutsättning för produktivt teamklimat och egeneffektivitet?

Ekström, Birgitte G. and Hillve, Camilla (2006)
Department of Psychology
Abstract
In the faster growing pace of changes and competition in the global economy, factors promoting group effectiveness are of interest. How do components of leadershipstyle, especially transformational, team climate and selfefficacy correlate? To answer this question 3 questionnaires regarding leadershipstyle (MLQ), team climate (TCI-Short) and selfefficacy (self developed) were distributed to employees of a Swedish installation company (108 participants). Moderate positive correlations were found between climate and selfefficacy and between varying elements of leadership and selfefficacy. The leadership behaviour Contingent Reward correlated moderately with all climate dimensions and strongly with selfefficay. No significant correlations... (More)
In the faster growing pace of changes and competition in the global economy, factors promoting group effectiveness are of interest. How do components of leadershipstyle, especially transformational, team climate and selfefficacy correlate? To answer this question 3 questionnaires regarding leadershipstyle (MLQ), team climate (TCI-Short) and selfefficacy (self developed) were distributed to employees of a Swedish installation company (108 participants). Moderate positive correlations were found between climate and selfefficacy and between varying elements of leadership and selfefficacy. The leadership behaviour Contingent Reward correlated moderately with all climate dimensions and strongly with selfefficay. No significant correlations between gender, age, education, leader role and selfefficacy were identified. Despite problems with internal consistency of the measurements, the findings support the interconnectedness of the three factors. (Less)
Please use this url to cite or link to this publication:
author
Ekström, Birgitte G. and Hillve, Camilla
supervisor
organization
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
transformational leadership, team climate, selfefficacy, Social psychology, Socialpsykologi, Industrial psychology, Arbetspsykologi, industripsykologi
language
Swedish
id
1326734
date added to LUP
2006-07-26
date last changed
2006-07-26
@misc{1326734,
  abstract     = {In the faster growing pace of changes and competition in the global economy, factors promoting group effectiveness are of interest. How do components of leadershipstyle, especially transformational, team climate and selfefficacy correlate? To answer this question 3 questionnaires regarding leadershipstyle (MLQ), team climate (TCI-Short) and selfefficacy (self developed) were distributed to employees of a Swedish installation company (108 participants). Moderate positive correlations were found between climate and selfefficacy and between varying elements of leadership and selfefficacy. The leadership behaviour Contingent Reward correlated moderately with all climate dimensions and strongly with selfefficay. No significant correlations between gender, age, education, leader role and selfefficacy were identified. Despite problems with internal consistency of the measurements, the findings support the interconnectedness of the three factors.},
  author       = {Ekström, Birgitte G. and Hillve, Camilla},
  keyword      = {transformational leadership,team climate,selfefficacy,Social psychology,Socialpsykologi,Industrial psychology,Arbetspsykologi, industripsykologi},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Transformativt ledarskap - en förutsättning för produktivt teamklimat och egeneffektivitet?},
  year         = {2006},
}