Business and Economics Journal

ISSN: 2151-6219

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The Relations of Transformational Leadership and Empowerment with Student Perceived Academic Performance: A Study among Indian Commerce Students


A Gill,HS Mand,A Culpepper,N Mathur,S Bhutani

This paper examines the relations of transformational leadership and empowerment with student perceived academic performance. Indian students enrolled in business management program at colleges and universities in Punjab and Delhi areas of India were surveyed to find out their perceptions as to whether transformational leadership used by faculty members and empowerment improve student perceived academic performance. Positive relationships between i) student perceived transformational leadership used by instructors/professors and student perceived academic performance, and ii) student perceived empowerment and student perceived academic performance were found. This paper offers useful insights for instructors/professors based on empirical evidence.


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