LBDQ QUESTIONNAIRE PDF

The LBDQ contains items, each of which describes a specific way in which a leader may behave. The respondent indicates the frequency with which he perceives the leader to engage in each type of behavior by marking one of five adverbs: Always, often, occasionally, seldom, never. For each dimension, the scores from the several group members are ten averaged to yield an index of the leaders behavior. Carroll L. Hemphill and Coons 14 constructed the original form of the questionnaire; and Halpin and Winer 11 , in reporting the development of an Air Force adaptation of the instrument, identified Initiating Structure and Consideration as two fundamental dimensions of leader behavior. These dimensions were identified on the basis of a factor analysis of the responses of B crew members who described the leader behavior of their 52 aircraft commanders.

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The LBDQ contains items, each of which describes a specific way in which a leader may behave. The respondent indicates the frequency with which he perceives the leader to engage in each type of behavior by marking one of five adverbs: Always, often, occasionally, seldom, never. For each dimension, the scores from the several group members are ten averaged to yield an index of the leaders behavior.

Carroll L. Hemphill and Coons 14 constructed the original form of the questionnaire; and Halpin and Winer 11 , in reporting the development of an Air Force adaptation of the instrument, identified Initiating Structure and Consideration as two fundamental dimensions of leader behavior. These dimensions were identified on the basis of a factor analysis of the responses of B crew members who described the leader behavior of their 52 aircraft commanders.

Initiating Structure and Consideration accounted for approximately 34 to 50 per cent respectively of the common variance. In a subsequent study based upon a sample of aircraft commanders, the correlation between the scores on the two dimensions was found to be.

Consideration refers to behavior indicative of friendship, mutual trust, respect, and warmth in relationship between the leader and members of the group. The score for each dimension is the sum of the scores assigned to responses marked on each of the 15 items in the dimension.

The possible range of scores on each dimension is 0 to The estimated reliability by the split-half method is. Followers tend to agree in describing the same leader, and the descriptions of different leaders differ significantly. The LBDQ has been used for research purpose in industrial, military, and educational settings. Fleishman 2, 3, 4 and Fleishman, Harris and Burtt 5 have used the LBDQ for use in their studies of factory foreman and have found the two leader behavior dimensions useful in evaluating the results of the supervisory training program.

Halpin has reported the LBDQ descriptions of a sample of 50 school superintendents 10 , and elsewhere has compared the leader behavior of aircraft commanders and school administrators 8. A list of pertinent studies in which the LBDQ has been used is given on the last page of this manual. These studies are summarized in a monograph edited by Stogdill and Coons Items 5, 10, 15, 19, 25, 30, 33, 36, 37 and 40 are not scored on either dimension. He makes his attitudes clear to the group 4.

He tries out his new ideas with the group. He rules with an iron hand. He criticizes poor work. He speaks in a manner not to be questioned. He assigns group members to particular tasks. He schedules the work to be done. He maintains definite standards of performance.

He emphasizes the meeting of deadlines He encourages the use of uniform procedures. He makes sure that is part in the organization is understood by all group members. He asks that group members follow standard rules and regulations.

He lets group members know what is expected of them. He sees to it that group members are working up to capacity. He sees to it that the work of group members is coordinated.

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Two students by the names of J. Hemphill and A. Coons created the original questionnaire. The Leader Behavior Description Questionnaire is based on subgroups related to leadership styles. Stogdill,

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