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Gender differences in transformational and transactional leadership style are assessed. Research that
explores women's values and their relationship to leadership style is reviewed. Organizational context
is argued to play a deciding role in the leadership style exhibited by women leaders. Traditionally
masculine organizations are presented as less conducive to women's display of transformational
leadership. Research findings are presented from a large-scale survey conducted in a nontraditional
context. Subjects were 6,359 subordinates of leaders in all-female and all-male religious orders of
the Roman Catholic Church. Subjects completed the Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire to
measure frequency of transformational and transactional leadership behaviors. Subordinate ratings
revealed both female and male leaders exhibit more transformational than transactional leadership
behaviors. However, female leaders are rated to exhibit significantly more transformational leadership
behaviors and significantly fewer transactional leadership behaviors than male leaders. Both female
and male subordinates rated themselves as more satisfied with transformational leadership.
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