Recent theoretical developments in leadership paradigms seem more inclined to frame leadership concepts within the context of moral philosophy, interpersonal growth and spiritual values, topics discussed in business leadership models. Some examples include transformational leadership (Burns, 1978; Bass, 1990), Servant-Leadership (Greenleaf, 1977), Relational Leadership (Brower, Schoorman, & Hwee, 2000) and Spiritual Leadership (Vail, 1998).
Select one that resonates best with your own leadership style. Answer the following questions regarding the model selected:
? Select two and compare and contrast these two models, with particular emphasis on the implications of these models for the leader follower-relationship and the organizational culture.
? To what degree do these models represent a theory that is grounded in experience or fact, or just a "fad"? Defend your arguments with academic sources.
This solution compares and contrasts two leadership models, with particular emphasis on the implications of these models for the leader follower-relationship and the organizational culture. It also evaluates if these models are fact of "a fad." Validated with academic sources. It is also supplemented with an informative resource on the elements of the transformational leadership model.