Authentic leadership in higher education teaching
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What is it about?
Authentic leadership is well established in the corporate context, but does it also work in a higher education classroom context? This paper shows that such leadership may influence student engagement in both very close and very far distant conditions. Interestingly, and unexpectedly, low frequency of interactions better facilitates the effect of authentic leadership on academic performance.
Why is it important?
The present study shifts the focus away from romanticized notions of instructor-leadership toward a morally focused approach. In so doing, the study adds to the general leadership field by investigating a novel mediator and moderator in the relationship between authentic leadership and follower performance.
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