, commonly, the transformational leadership style due to its wider approach, in terms of visualising leader role as more interactive, visionary and supportive in relation to promoting faculty members' creativity, expanding their vision and enhancing their achievement level to lead academic institutions toward a bright future, has been positively linked to faculty job satisfaction (Abuorabl, 2012; Pihie, Sadeghi, and Elias, 2011).
For the purpose of this study, the Full Range Leadership Model (FRLM
), which consisted of twenty (20) transformational items, was used and was the foundation for the leadership evaluation.
As depicted in figure 1, these three styles of leadership and associated behaviors comprise the Full-Range Leadership Model (FRLM
The transformational leadership model which is known as full range leadership model (FRLM
) consist of nine dimensions: individualized consideration (IC), idealized influence attributed and behavioral (II-A&B), inspirational motivation (IM), intellectual stimulation (IS), contingent reward (CR), management by exception active (MBE-A), management by exception passive (MBE-P), laissez-faire (LF) in the integrated model.
left, Allan Bateman, Gareth Cooper and Lee Byrne
Kuby and Lim  extended the FCLM and suggested the flow refueling location model (FRLM
) that incorporates a driving range.
reticularis, one of which is a juvenile specimen in the Fisheries Research Laboratory of Mie University, Japan (FRLM
Transformational leadership defined for this current FRLM
(full range of leadership model) behavior that is proactive, raises follower transcendent collective interests, and helps followers attain higher-level goals (Antonakis, et al., 2003).
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Festival (opener, competing), Aug.
In this, the SOS does a fine job given its temporal limitations (even the disaffected cannot escape the rebluing effect of Air Force professional military education [PME] for five weeks), and the Full-Range Leadership Model (FRLM
) that forms the bedrock of much of the curriculum hits all the right touchstones of the human element of leadership.
This problem has been typically formulated as flow refueling location model (FRLM
) [15-18], which served demand along their shortest paths rather than demand at their end points to maximize the coverage of these flows.
This ideology influenced Leader Member Exchange (LMX), but it also eventually influenced Full Range Model of Leadership (FRLM