Dimensions of Leadership and Leadership Style Among Group Intervention Specialists
A questionnaire measuring 26 group leader characteristics investigated by Lieberman, Yalom, and Miles (1973) was administered to 204 experienced group leaders distributed geographically throughout the United States. A confirmatory factor analysis of the data revealed no support for the factor structure previously reported by Lieberman et al. Principal-components analysis with varimax rotation was performed, and an eight-factor solution was adopted. The factors pertained to group leader behavior or style (i.e., Cognitive Direction, Affective Direction, Behavioral Direction, and Nonverbal Exercises), leader personal qualities (i.e., Nurturant Attractiveness and Charismatic Expertness), and leader objectives (i.e., Group Functioning and Personal Functioning).
Journal of Counseling Psychology
Tinsley, H., Roth, J., & Lease, S. (1989). Dimensions of Leadership and Leadership Style Among Group Intervention Specialists. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 36 (1), 48-53. https://doi.org/10.1037/0022-0184.108.40.206