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ELP Doctoral Dissertations of 1998

Della Jeanne Bonner
Leesburg, VA
Examining Schein's Career Anchors in the New Workplace: How Individual Survivors of Downsizing Perceive Their Careers.

Charles Higgins
Poquoson, VA

Transactional and Transformational Leadership: An Examination of the Relationship Between Leadership Orientation and Perceptions of Organizational Effectiveness. 

Brad Donald Lafferty
Leesburg, VA

An Empirical Investigation of a Leadership Development Program. 


Sharon "Sheri" Lynn Levin
Annapolis, MD

Development of an Instrument to Measure Organizational Trust.


Douglas Palmer
Ashburn,VA

Leadership: Does it Make a Difference in a High Technology Career? An Empirical Investigation within High Technology Firms. 

George Power, Jr.
Falls Church, VA

Formation of Corporate Culture in a High Tech Company.

Anne V. Sokol
Ballwin, MO

Teachers and Reflection: A Study of the Reflective Process Which Teachers Use in an Adult Education Course.

Ralph Stone

Women Leaders in Kenya: A Description of Women in Positional Leadership in Non-Governmental Organizations. 

Cheryl Ann Tibus
Ormond Beach, FL

Leadership, Ownership, and Gender: An Investigation of Leadership Among Business Owners and Business Executives.

 


On-Campus Doctoral Dissertations of 1998

Patricia A.T. Downes
Washington, DC
Women, Work and Empowerment in Trinidad and Tobago. 


Lynn Catherine Ernst An Empirical Investigation of the Relationship Between Visionary Leadership and Psychological Androgyny 

Maureen Fenton Harris In Their Own Words: Adult Perceptions of Collaborative Learning Experiences. 


Unpublished doctoral dissertations. 
The George Washington University, Washington, DC

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