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Brett A. Gordon, Ph.D.
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Can Varying Transformational Leadership Styles Enhance Faculty and Staff Work Engagement? Taylor, T. & Gordon, B.A.
An Assessment of Personality Type of Hospital Clinical Managers as a Function of Empowerment Performance. Gordon, B.A. -- This is my UOP Fellowship and I am currently in the data collection phase of the research.
This study will require interviewing participants that hold leadership positions within one of three volunteer organizations. The interviews will attempt to gather information on the participant’s leadership skills and abilities and to determine if any of these were gained while serving in a leadership capacity within the volunteer organization through hands-on experience or training, or if these skill-sets and abilities were gained by other means (e.g. paid work, formal education, etc) and merely put to use within the volunteer organization.
The study will draw participants who serve in a leadership capacity in one of three volunteer organizations. The three organizations are 1) the Freemasons which is an all-male organization, 2) the Junior League of America, which is an all-female organization, and the 3) Rotary Club International which is a co-ed organization.
- Focus: Transferable leadership skill sets
- Factors: Prior leadership, length of service, & gender
- Participants: Top three elected officers of volunteer civic organizations
- Venue: Local volunteer civic organizations such as (Masonic Lodges, Junior League, and Rotary) that have all Male, all Female, and Male/Female leadership positions
- Outcome: Are leadership skills transferable to and from volunteer organizations?