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Alternative Perspectives on Leadership: Integrating Transformational Leadership with Confucian Philosophy

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ABSTRACT

This paper presents a model for integrating elements of Transformational Leadership with Confucian Philosophy. The various concepts of each perspective are discussed with special emphasis on efforts to note similarities in the two perspectives. Examples of how leaders could apply the integration of these two perspectives are presented for those working in the social service field.

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Stone, G. , Conley, C. & Luo, Y. (2014). Alternative Perspectives on Leadership: Integrating Transformational Leadership with Confucian Philosophy. Open Journal of Leadership, 3, 30-38. doi: 10.4236/ojl.2014.32004.

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