Predicting Leadership Activities: The Role of FlexibilityIndividual Differences Research
AbstractThis paper investigated the role of flexibility in predicting adolescent leadership activities among 186 undergraduate students. Two measures of flexibility, behavioral flexibility and cognitive flexibility, were developed and entered in a regression equation, after social skills and academic ability. The results suggest that behavioral and cognitive flexibility are distinct constructs and that both contribute uniquely to the prediction of leadership above and beyond social skills and academic ability.
Citation InformationRoni Reiter-Palmon. "Predicting Leadership Activities: The Role of Flexibility" Individual Differences Research Vol. 1 Iss. 2 (2003) p. 124 - 136
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