A preliminary investigation of ego stage and leadership effectiveness/
Garner, John H. Jr.
Roberts, Nancy C.
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The purpose of this thesis was to investigate a possible relationship between a leader's stage of ego development and his/her effectiveness as a leader. Results, using a small sample of Naval officers and enlisted personnel attached to Naval Communication Station Stockton, CA, reveal a significant correlation between ego level and leadership effectiveness as measured by military rank. Based on this initial study, further investigation of the relationship between ego level and effectiveness is warranted.
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