12. The term Transformational Leadership was introduced in 1978 by James MacGregor Burns in his analysis of political leaders. Regardless of their job, they should know how to influence others, provoke them into working and also they must take responsibility for outcomes. ML513/ML791 Mark W. McCloskey Not for Duplication 5 5 It is important to note that transformational theory does not call for … Transformational leadership theory was developed in the late 20th century by Burns (1978) in his analysis of political leaders. Please use the link above to donate via Paypal. Your donation is guaranteed to directly contribute to Africans sharing their research output with a global readership. 11. Keywords: Transformational leadership; idealized influence; intellectual stimulation; inspirational motivation; personal considerations. Followership 17. It redesigns perceptions and values, and changes the expectations and aspirations of employees. Transformational leadership is a leadership approach that creates significant change in the lives of people and the culture of organizations. As a theory, transformational leadership has the potential to consider everyone’s goals in shaping change and reform. Gender and Leadership 20. In this regard, not only top-level managers need to show their capabilities, but all managers at all levels of the organization also feel the need to cooperate with others to achieve the desired results. The term Transformational Leadership was introduced in 1978 by James MacGregor Burns in his analysis of political leaders. Transformational leadership theory differentiates between two broad leadership constructs, transformational leadership and transactional leadership. 14. Transformational leadership theory differentiates between two broad leadership constructs, transformational leadership and transactional leadership. Author Index 22. AJOL is annually audited and was also independently assessed in 2019 by E&Y. In its ideal form, it creates valuable and positive change in the followers with the end goal of developing followers into leaders. Transformational leaders have the personality, traits and ability to articulate their vision, set challenging goals, and lead by example. 16. 9. 8. The transformational leadership theory was introduced by Burns [11] in 1978 and later developed further by Bass [3]. Authentic Leadership 14. His conclusions centered around the differences between management and leadership. Transformational leader is inspiring and creative and leads people in a way that they try more than their abilities in the organization and also invent and innovate in their work area. PDF | On Jan 1, 2014, Rui Gomes published Transformational leadership: Theory, research, and application to sports | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate Transformational leaders make their employees realize the value of what they do. transformational leadership has become one of the most widely-studied leadership styles due to its emphasis on changing workplace norms and motivating employees to perform beyond their own expectations (Yukl, 1989). Subject Index 8. Transformational leadership refers to leaders who seek to create ideas and new perspectives to create a new path of growth and prosperity in front of the organization. AJOL is a non-profit, relying on your support. Transformational leadership theory is all about leadership that creates positive change in the followers whereby they take care of each other's interests and act in the interests of the group as a whole (Warrilow, 2012). Adaptive Leadership 16. Burns characterized transformational leadership as that which “occurs when one or more persons engage with others in … Transformational leadership, idealized influence, intellectual stimulation, inspirational motivation, personal considerations, Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences. AJOL and the millions of African and international researchers who rely on our free services are deeply grateful for your contribution. Leader–Member Exchange Theory 12. Team Leadership 19. In the fast changing world, organizational leadership becomes more important and it is considered as a critical success factor. Transformational Leadership 13. Transformational leadership 1 Transformational leadership Transformational leadership is defined as a leadership approach that causes change in individuals and social systems. He communicated the two basic concepts of “transformational” and “transactional” leadership. By developing commitment, passion and loyalty among managers and staff, they mobilize organization’s members to make fundamental changes in fundaments and basis of the organization in order to be prepared and to gain necessary capabilities for moving in new directions and reaching higher ideal performance peaks. Prior to this time much attention had been given to the examination of the approaches of leaders who successfully transformed organizations. ML513/ML791 Mark W. McCloskey Not for Duplication 5 5 It is important to note that transformational theory does not call for … Both constructs have theory families, which attempt to explain them, transformational theory and transactional theory. Transformational leadership is a leadership approach that creates significant change in the lives of people and the culture of organizations. Scholars and theorists believe that transformational leadership management is more effective than pragmatic leadership. AJOL is a Non Profit Organisation that cannot function without donations. Leadership Ethics 18. 15. He communicated the two basic concepts of “transformational” and “transactional” leadership. It redesigns perceptions and values, and changes the expectations and aspirations of employees. Transformational leaders have the personality, traits and ability to articulate their vision, set challenging goals, and lead by example. 10. 13. Culture and Leadership 21. Transformational leadership refers to leaders who seek to create ideas and new perspectives to create a new path of growth and prosperity in front of the organization. As with any theory or approach to leadership, strengths and weaknesses become evident. Principals can prioritize the goals of teachers, and teachers can consider the goals of their students, and when these groups collaborate with each other, they work together to enact the change they want to see. Both constructs have theory families, which attempt to explain them, transformational theory and transactional theory. His conclusions centered around the differences between management and leadership. Transformational leadership refers to leaders who seek to create ideas and new perspectives to create a new path of growth and prosperity in front of the organization. The transformational leadership theory was introduced by Burns [11] in 1978 and later developed further by Bass [3]. Servant Leadership 15.