The Leadership Attitudes and Beliefs Scale: An instrument for evaluating college students' thinking about leadership and organizations
Reports on development of a measure of thinking about leadership processes, as understood through the principles of ecology and systems thinking. Total sample consisted of 659 undergraduates and 16 faculty, staff, and graduate students. The resulting measure consisted of two, 14-item, orthogonal dimensions: Hierarchical Thinking and Systemic Thinking. Discusses a two-dimensional model of how people think about leadership processes. (Contains 34 references and 6 tables.)
Wielkiewicz, R. M. (2000). The Leadership Attitudes and Beliefs Scale: An instrument for evaluating college students' thinking about leadership and organizations. Journal of College Student Development, 41(3), 335-347.
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