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||Institute of Human Resource Management|
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||Distinctions between Attraction and Charisma in Organizational Context|
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||Leadership has been studies for the recent decades and so have transformation and charismatic leadership. Charismatic leaders are extraordinary, set apart from|
common people and somehow seen to have a divine origin. These characteristics can effectively influence the followers as the researches have testified. However, despite of the inaccessibility of reaching those charismatic characteristics, the liking from subordinates or from colleagues is still commonly seen in organizations.
This study is to explore the power of liking and its influence in organizations.
The differences between attraction the power of liking and the long-time studied charisma will be analyzed from literature and interviews. At the same time, the questionnaire composed of charisma and attraction questionnaires is distributed to support and prove the qualitative method.
||Chin-Kang Jen - chair|
none - co-chair
I-Heng Chen - advisor
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