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Leaving aside these important arguments for the moment, there is ample evidence of a viable construct called leadership and attempts to understand and measure this phenomenon are worthwhile. In this paper we present first a brief review of our qualitative efforts to develop a conceptual framework for understanding leadership. Described in more detail are the empirical efforts utilized in developing a reliable and valid instrument to measure this leadership model.
Measures of Leadership
Posner, Barry Z., and James M. Kouzes. "Leadership Practices: An Alternative to the Psychological Perspective." Measures of Leadership. Ed. Kenneth E. Clark and Miriam B. Clark. West Orange, NJ: Leadership Library of America, 1990. 205-15.