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The success of an organisation is critically dependent upon the presence of an effective leader. This individual has the potential to exert significant influence over defining and sustaining a vision, performance objectives, organisational culture, morale and employee behaviour. Significant research effort has been expended on identifying the behavioural traits that distinguish an effective leader from an ineffective one—knowledge that could prove invaluable in selecting potential candidates for a leadership position (Keller and Weibler 2014).
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