Influence of Age and Experience on Leadership StylesAuthor : Asima Mushtaq and Ishtiaq Hussain Qureshi and Aakifa Javaid
Volume 8 No.1 January-March 2019 pp 48-52
The aim of this study is to investigate the influence of age and experience on the leadership styles of the managers, in the three selected banks of Kashmir division viz J&K Bank, SBI and HDFC. The study focuses on two leadership styles, namely transformational and transactional leadership styles. The study reveals that the transformational leadership style is the dominant leadership style among managers of all age and experience groups. Furthermore, the study reveals that the age and experience have no significant influence on leadership styles, although with the increase in age and experience transformational leadership style is exhibited more by the managers.
Leadership Styles, Age, Experience, Transformational Leadership Style, Transactional Leadership Style
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