Date of Award
HD57.7 .G335 2019
Open Access Thesis
Master of Arts (MA)
authentic leadership, accessibility, proximity, remote, on-site
As technology develops, professionals will have a greater opportunity to work remotely; often using multiple modes of technology to attend meetings, workshops and communicate with colleagues and superiors. The present study explores leader accessibility as it is experienced by remotely located employees verses on-site employees, in relation to their direct supervisor’s perceived Authentic leadership.
Gallant, Kasey MA, "Perceived Supervisor Accessibility and its Effects on Authentic Leadership" (2019). All Student Scholarship. 369.