Self-Image and Workplace Relations

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DOI: 10.21522/TIJNR.2015.02.01.Art008

Authors : Marrie Davis


The article outlines the effects transformational leaders impart among their followers. The outcomes inspired and aligned values obtained along with those of the organization. The purpose of the article, to give correct data on how transformational leadership affects self and personal outcomes; the need for personal advances, increased job satisfaction and both interpersonal and social relations. The article analyzed self-image and its impact on relations in the workplace. The last section reviewed recent advances related to the topic. The literature reviewed provided definitions of key terms. Many sub-sections, headings used to guide the reading process.


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