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A Study of the Relationship Between Instructional Methods and Learning Styles in Learning Leadership Skills

International Journal on Leadership

Volume 1 Issue 2

Published: 2013
Author(s) Name: Rizwana Khatun | Author(s) Affiliation: Research Scholar, Aligarh Muslim University, India.
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In the present dynamic and interwoven workplace, leaders have an important role in steering the organisations towards higher performance and yielding competitive edge. Besides being the backbone of an organisation, leaders support effective forward momentum in organisations. At times when it is implicit that leadership is something that can be learnt or at least be improved by learning, leadership training is significant. Leadership training is one of the most important training for building a strong workplace and organisational success. In order to excel at workplace, today managers are generally provided leadership skills, especially communication skills to manage the diversity in an organisation. A case study approach was adopted to explore the relationship between instructional methods and learning style on learning performance in leadership skills training. Results of a 4 × 3 ANOVA revealed significant main effects for instructional methods and learning styles. However, the interaction effect was found to be insignificant. Implications of the findings of the study have been discussed in detail.

Keywords: Leadership Skills, Training, Instructional Method, Learning Style

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