Award Date

December 2018

Degree Type

Dissertation

Degree Name

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

Department

Public Policy and Leadership

First Committee Member

Christopher Stream

Second Committee Member

Chris Cochran

Third Committee Member

Christine Springer

Fourth Committee Member

Emil Bernick

Number of Pages

114

Abstract

Leadership can exist in any organization or entity. It has been studied extensively and examined comprehensively. There have been various theories of what type of leadership is ideal or suitable for a group or organization. From transformational to transactional leadership, leadership styles exist that can contribute to organizations and the style they employ. Employee engagement can be based on either or both transformational and transactional leadership factors. Transformational leadership behaviors generally show an increase in employee engagement. Employee engagement has an association with job satisfaction and leadership perception. Leadership styles will be defined, in addition to factors in the employee’ perception of their leadership. The association between employee engagement and leadership behaviors will be measured based on the perceptions that exist. The question that is the basis for this study will answer what is the correlation between perceived transactional and transformational leadership behaviors in federal agencies and employee engagement?

Keywords

Development; Leadership; Organizational Behavior; Organizational Leadership; Transactional; Transformational

Disciplines

Business Administration, Management, and Operations | Work, Economy and Organizations

Language

English


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