Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire II
360 Leader's Report with Authentic Leadership Styles
by Bernard M. Bass and Bruce J. Avolio
Copyright © 1996, 2013 by Bernard M. Bass and Bruce J. Avolio. Authentic Leadership Questionnaire copyright © 2007 by Bruce J. Avolio, William L. Gardner, & Fred O. Walumbwa
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Bruce J. Avolio, Ph.D., is a Professor of Management at the University of Washington Foster School of Business where he also serves as the Executive Director of the Foster Center for Leadership. His specialties include Leadership Assessment and Designing Micro Development Interventions.
Bernard M. Bass, Ph.D. (d. 2007) was a professor emeritus in the School of Management at Binghamton University (State University of New York). He was also the founding director of the Center for Leadership Studies at Binghamton and founding editor of The Leadership Quarterly journal.
William L. Gardner, DBA, is the Director of the Institute for Leadership Research and the Area Coordinator for the Area of Management at Texas Tech University, Rawls College of Business (Lubbock, TX).
Fred O. Walumbwa, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Management & International Business at Florida International University College of Business (Miami, FL).