Greiman and Addington contributed to the discussion of how leadership education programs were organized by investigating those who teach leadership. In their study, the researchers sought to determine factors that influenced leadership teachers’ self-efficacy. Their results indicated that transformational and laissez-faire styles were predictors of self-efficacy. As leadership education programs and courses are evaluated, Greiman and Addington added a provocative component for consideration – the self-efficacy of those who teach leadership.

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