Stedman and Rudd investigated how certain leadership skills are manifested in volunteers who support a youth organization. They determined that these specific volunteers demonstrated competency in leadership and, in fact, scored higher scores for personal skills and organizational culture categories than other listed areas. An additional finding suggests that the volunteers were generally more transformational than transactional or laissez faire in their leadership style.
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