Defining and Measuring Character in Leadership
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About the special issue
The focus of this special issue is to respond to the need to bring the field of consulting psychology closer to a working definition of character, particularly character in leadership, and one that is useful for the practice of consulting psychology.
Specifically, this special issue explores how various psychologists define and measure character in leadership, and how this work is affecting, or could affect, the practice of consulting psychology.
Articles in this issue
Introduction to Special Issue on Defining and Measuring Character in Leadership
Thompson, A. Dale; Riggio, Ronald E.
How To (and How Not To) Assess the Integrity of Managers
Kaiser, Robert B.; Hogan, Robert
Virtue-Based Measurement of Ethical Leadership: The Leadership Virtues Questionnaire
Riggio, Ronald E.; Zhu, Weichun; Reina, Christopher; Maroosis, James A.
Character and Authentic Transformational Leadership Behavior: Expanding the Ascetic Self Toward Others
Sosik, John J.; Cameron, John C.
The Character to Lead: A Closer Look at Character in Leadership
Grahek, Myranda S.; Thompson, A. Dale; Toliver, Adria
Moral Potency: Building the Capacity for Character-Based Leadership
Hannah, Sean T.; Avolio, Bruce J.
What is the Character of Research on Leadership Character?
Conger, Jay; Hollenbeck, George P.