Leaders as Evaluators and followers

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When a leader is formally evaluated, the leader in essence becomes the follower. Does understanding this dynamic exert an influence on the means used to evaluate the leader? Why or why not?


Read:

Nowack, K., & Mashihi, S. (2012). Evidence based answers to 15 questions about leveraging 360-degree feedback. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 64(3), 157-182.


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Lanigan, M. (2010). Evaluating the evaluator: A case study illustrating three critical mistakes no evaluator should make. Performance Improvement, 49(10), 39-45.


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Read:

Atwater, L., Roush, P., & Fischthal, A. (1995). The influence of upward feedback on self- and follower ratings of leadership. Personnel Psychology, 48(1), 35-59.


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