Compare And Contrast Transformational And Transactional Leadership

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Transformational leadership in contrast to transactional leadership is based on being visionary, inspirational with specific goals, ideals and be able to engage at the emotional level with followers. Al Gore was criticized for adopting a populist theme and by distancing himself from Clinton (who was a charismatic leader himself) and portrayed him as an untruthful, disloyal in terms of democratic views. At a Democratic convention, during a fund raising event in which Al Gore did not allow fellow congress women to speak at the convention, he claimed to be his own man, morally superior and was propagating his self of agendas which has silenced the voices of many people who were supporting democrats. This shows people lost their belief in him and considered him as the one who lacks empathy and acting in a narcissistic way. When Al Gore was leading the global green cause he was lacking the basic judgment and grasp, which a leader required to lead to such great causes. He failed to conduct himself in consistence with green cause he was promoting just like how an IRS chief cannot be a tax cheat. Having a life of conspicuous consumption, spreading more carbon into…show more content…
Expectancy of the professor refers to the confidence and belief in abilities, qualifications and skills they have in achieving a desirable outcome, if they behave and act in a certain way. Instrumentality is the outcome he or she gets and its transparent relationship with performance. Valence is inherent value and importance the professors see in a specific outcome. In order to work effectively for the program the elements of effort, performance and rewards should be maximized to drive a strong
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