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2011 | nr 6 | 113-125
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Destructive Sides of Charismatic Leadership

Warianty tytułu
Destrukcyjne strony charyzmatycznego przywództwa
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Abstrakty
Większość badań nad przywództwem skupia się tylko na jego pozytywnych aspektach, kiedy to liderzy są źródłem dobra, a ich starania przynoszą pozytywne wyniki. Co się jednak dzieje, gdy liderzy zawodzą, nadużywają władzy lub zbaczają z właściwego toru? Charyzmatyczni liderzy niekoniecznie przynoszą korzyści zespołowi, któremu przewodzą, a ich wizja i wartości mogą być po prostu źle pomyślane. W niniejszym artykule przedstawimy: (a) definicję destrukcyjnego przywództwa, (b) teorie dotyczące charyzmatycznego przywództwa, a także (c) wyniki zachowań destrukcyjnych przywódców na przykładzie Enronu. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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The issue of leadership has been investigated by management researchers for many years. However, the main focus has been put on its positive sides as well as best examples and practices to show to other generations of managers. Therefore, this article raises aspects of leadership that are the absolute opposite-the dark sides-which can be destructive for individuals and even for entire organizations. The article undertakes an in-depth examination of the wide range of definitions of charismatic leadership and presents the dark side of leaders' charisma. The author presents the research findings of a number of management scientists who have brought up the issue of charismatic leadership, where is it possible to find links among abusive supervision, bad leadership, toxic leadership, narcissistic leadership, petty tyranny, and supervisor aggression. All the theoretical disquisitions are proved by the evidence of Enron Corporation, which faced the problem of the dark sides of leadership directly. (original abstract)
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  • Silesian University of Technology, Poland
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