Self-leadership: A meta-analytic Review of Intervention Effects on Leaders' Capacities

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Krampitz, J., Seubert, C., Furtner, M., & Glaser, J. (2021). Self-leadership: A meta-analytic Review of Intervention Effects on Leaders' Capacities. Journal of Leadership Studies, 15(3), 21-39.

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Leadership interventions are increasingly popular, but their effects on self-leadership of leaders are largely unknown. The objective of the current study was to evaluate benefits of leadership interventions on leaders’ self-leadership capacities. The search encompassed studies published between 1986 and 2019. Included were randomized controlled trials (RCTs), controlled before-and-after studies (CBA), before-after studies without controls (BA), case studies, and qualitative longitudinal studies that examined potential effects of interventions on leaders’ self-leadership capacities. Primary outcomes attributable to self-leadership theory and its strategies measured by validated instruments were extracted. A meta-analysis was conducted for quantitative controlled studies with comparable primary outcomes. Eleven studies fulfilled the inclusion criteria, with a total of 571 participants in leadership positions. Eight quantitative studies, two RCT studies, four quasi-experimental field studies with a pre-post design (CBA), and two intervention case studies (BA), were included. Three qualitative studies evaluated a comparable form of leadership development. All studies showed positive but small to medium-sized effects of leadership training on primary outcomes.

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  • Institut für Entrepreneurship
  • Lehrstuhl für Entrepreneurship und Leadership

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