The paper entitled ‘Practice What you Preach: Instructors as Transformational Leaders in Higher Education’ spotlights the importance of lecturer leadership skills for the promotion of student satisfaction and achievement. The work developed a novel measure of transformational leadership in the classroom that allows the assessment and training of lecturers to become better leaders.
It is a fantastic achievement for the Universities involved to have been awarded such a prestigious prize.”
Ute Stephan, Professor of Entrepreneurship at Aston Business School, says: “It has been a pleasure working with my colleagues from the University of Sheffield and allowing me to be part of this outstanding paper. It is a fantastic achievement for the Universities involved to have been awarded such a prestigious prize.”
The 74th Annual Academy of Management Meeting took place August 1-5 in Philadelphia, USA. The conference is the largest international gathering of management scholars worldwide.
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