Transformational and Servant Leadership: Evidence from Indian Higher Education

The Online Journal of Quality in Higher Education, 2015

Posted: 20 Dec 2016

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Juha Kettunen

Turku University of Applied Sciences

Date Written: October 1, 2015

Abstract

The emergence and impact of leadership date back to the ancient days of war and conquest. Over time, leadership evolved to accomplish goals. The guiding thoughts of a mission and vision are the essence of new millennium leadership. The modern business companies aim for continuous identification and understanding about the wide array of the global perspectives of leadership. This paper discusses organisational leadership, leaders’ traits and habits; leadership competencies to manage workplace crises; transformational and servant leadership; the importance of towards transformational leadership; and the unification of leadership and business culture. The paper concludes with an appeal for global leadership that builds sustainability in a dynamic global business environment.

Keywords: Leadership, capabilities, transformational, servant, organisation, higher education

JEL Classification: M54, I23

Suggested Citation

Kettunen, Juha, Transformational and Servant Leadership: Evidence from Indian Higher Education (October 1, 2015). The Online Journal of Quality in Higher Education, 2015, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2887835

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