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ISSN: 2047-7031

bmd Business and Management Dynamics bmd
ISSN: 2047-7031  
Volume  6   Issue 6  2016  
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Article Abstract
Ideal Leadership Perception of Undergraduate and Graduate Students: An Application
Keywords:  Leadership, perception, power, management and personality
Nesim MIZRAHITOKATLI , Salih GUNEY
In this article, ideal leadership perception of senior undergraduate and graduate students attending economic and administrative sciences and studying management of business administration (MBA) in 2015-2016 term were investigated in terms of some demographic characteristics. In the research, survey was applied to senior undergraduate students (232) studying management of business administration and graduate students (92) studying management of business administration. 324 student data were obtained. According to the data obtained, there is a significant difference between the undergraduate and graduate students in terms of being a model of subleadership perception. But considering the mean value, being a model of subleadership perception of graduate students are higher. There is no significant difference between undergraduate and graduate students in terms creating a shared vision (mean value of undergraduate students' perception of subleadership of creating a shared vision is higher), risk taking (mean value of graduate students' perception of subleadership of risk taking is higher), recognition and appreciation (mean value of undergraduate students' perception of subleadership of recognition and appreciation is higher), focusing on team working (mean value of undergraduate students' perception of subleadership of creating a shared vision is higher)
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