Toxic Leadership Scale


The Toxic Leadership Scale was developed in order to better study behaviors that make effective leaders. This scale can be used with both qualitative and quantitative methodologies and is different from other leadership constructs or scales in that it can significantly predict employee outcomes such as job satisfaction and satisfaction with the supervisor.

Author

Andrew Alexander Schmidt

To Access this Instrument

Toxic Leadership Scale

Reliability and Validity

This instrument is reliable, each of the five scales has high reliability (Abusive Supervision: ɑ=0.93, Authoritarian Leadership: ɑ=0.89, Narcissism: ɑ=0.88, Self-Promotion: ɑ=0.91, Unpredictable Leadership: ɑ=0.92).

Administration, Analysis and Reporting

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Dissertations that have used the Toxic Leadership Scale Instrument     

Leet, Edward. (March 2011). The Impact Toxic or Severe Dysfunctional Leadership has on the Effectiveness of an Organization. (Murdoch University).

Reference

Schmidt, Andrew Alexander. (2008). Development and Validation of the Toxic Leadership Scale. (University of Maryland, College Park).

 


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