Boas Shamir
Boas Shamir
Professor of Sociology and Anthropology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Verified email at huji.ac.il
TitleCited byYear
The motivational effects of charismatic leadership: A self-concept based theory
B Shamir, RJ House, MB Arthur
Organization science 4 (4), 577-594, 1993
48821993
Impact of transformational leadership on follower development and performance: A field experiment
T Dvir, D Eden, BJ Avolio, B Shamir
Academy of management journal 45 (4), 735-744, 2002
26302002
The two faces of transformational leadership: Empowerment and dependency.
R Kark, B Shamir, G Chen
Journal of applied psychology 88 (2), 246, 2003
17262003
“What's your story?” A life-stories approach to authentic leadership development
B Shamir, G Eilam
The leadership quarterly 16 (3), 395-417, 2005
15002005
The role of followers in the charismatic leadership process: Relationships and their consequences
JM Howell, B Shamir
Academy of management review 30 (1), 96-112, 2005
11592005
Toward the integration of transformational, charismatic, and visionary theories.
RJ House, B Shamir
Academic Press, 1993
11381993
Organizational and contextual influences on the emergence and effectiveness of charismatic leadership
B Shamir, JM Howell
The Leadership Quarterly 10 (2), 257-283, 1999
9461999
Correlates of charismatic leader behavior in military units: Subordinates' attitudes, unit characteristics, and superiors' appraisals of leader performance
B Shamir, E Zakay, E Breinin, M Popper
Academy of management journal 41 (4), 387-409, 1998
9201998
Social distance and charisma: Theoretical notes and an exploratory study
B Shamir
The Leadership Quarterly 6 (1), 19-47, 1995
7441995
Meaning, self and motivation in organizations
B Shamir
Organization studies 12 (3), 405-424, 1991
7401991
The dual effect of transformational leadership: Priming relational and collective selves and further effects on followers
R Kark, B Shamir
Transformational and charismatic leadership: The road ahead 2 (2), 67-91, 2002
5412002
Calculations, values, and identities: The sources of collectivistic work motivation
B Shamir
Human relations 43 (4), 313-332, 1990
5231990
The relationship between vision strength, leadership style, and context
Y Berson, B Shamir, BJ Avolio, M Popper
The Leadership Quarterly 12 (1), 53-73, 2001
5032001
The rhetoric of charismatic leadership: A theoretical extension, a case study, and implications for research
B Shamir, MB Arthur, RJ House
The Leadership Quarterly 5 (1), 25-42, 1994
4301994
Work-at-home and the quality of working life
B Shamir, I Salomon
Academy of Management Review 10 (3), 455-464, 1985
4011985
Follower developmental characteristics as predicting transformational leadership: A longitudinal field study
T Dvir, B Shamir
The Leadership Quarterly 14 (3), 327-344, 2003
3832003
The charismatic relationship: Alternative explanations and predictions
B Shamir
The Leadership Quarterly 2 (2), 81-104, 1991
2901991
Does valuing androgyny and femininity lead to a female advantage? The relationship between gender-role, transformational leadership and identification
R Kark, R Waismel-Manor, B Shamir
The Leadership Quarterly 23 (3), 620-640, 2012
2482012
Self-esteem and the psychological impact of unemployment
B Shamir
Social Psychology Quarterly, 61-72, 1986
2361986
The emotional bond: vision and organizational commitment among high‐tech employees
T Dvir, N Kass, B Shamir
Journal of Organizational Change Management, 2004
2322004
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