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Leadership and Team Behaviour

  • H.-J. Ebermann
  • J. Scheiderer
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Abstract

“Mr. McBroom was a tyrannical boss who continuously intimidated his staff with his arbitrary moodiness. This might not have attracted attention if he had worked in an office or a factory, but Mr. McBroom was an airline captain. His co-pilots feared his temper so much that they wouldn’t say a word, not even when it was obvious that the catastrophe was approaching. Ten people died when the plane crashed” (Goleman 2001).

Keywords

Leadership Style Leadership Behaviour Crew Member Normative Influence Leadership Process 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Main Airport CenterVereinigung Cockpit e. VFrankfurtGermany

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