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Not All Managers Are Leaders...But What If They Could Be?

Using behavioral principles to improve organizational behaviors is a cornerstone of organizational behavior management. This article shares a study that describes how managerial leadership training based on behavioral principles can improve managerial leadership behaviors and performance.

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Not All Managers Are Leaders...But What If They Could Be?
Not All Managers Are Leaders...But What If They Could Be?

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Aug 17, 2023, 6:00 PM MDT – Aug 18, 2023, 7:00 PM MDT

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Using behavioral principles to improve organizational behaviors is a cornerstone of organizational behavior management. In this study, a manual for managerial behavioral training (MBT) based on behavioral principles was developed and tested. A randomized controlled trial compared pre- and post-training employee questionnaire data from experimental-group managers (n = 25) versus waitlist control-group managers (n = 24). Multilevel modeling was used for data analysis. MBT was found to positively affect the functional leadership behaviors of goal setting (d = .20; p = .039), performance feedback (d = .20; p = .073), value-based performance feedback (d = .22; p = .015), and consequential listening (d = .22; p = .050). In addition, MBT was found to positively affect leadership performance in terms of leader effectiveness (d = .21; p = .038) and employee engagement (d = .27; p = .024). This study describes how managerial leadership training based on behavioral principles can be used to improve managerial leadership behaviors and performance.

This will provide 1.5 Continuing Education hours.

This event has a group. You’re welcome to join the group once you register for the event.

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  • Discussion ONLY

    This ticket is free and does NOT include any continuing education credits. This ticket allows for admission to the journal club discussion for participation.

    $0.00
  • Discussion and CEs

    This ticket allows for admission to the journal club discussion for participation AND pays for the allotted continuing education credit(s).

    $15.00
    +$0.38 service fee

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