Abstract Title

Psychological Effects of Leadership

Faculty Mentor Name

Marella T. Big Mountain

Format Preference

Poster

Abstract

Throughout history, leadership has and is a prominent aspect of society. Its influence on organizations, politics, and individuals is so diverse it is often difficult to truly understand. Along with having external factors on the success of organizations, leadership can have psychological effects on individuals. The perception of power can define a situation entirely and more times than not, power is misunderstood as leadership. Through this research project, both the positive and negative effects of leadership are explored. The results from the initial research are then to be used to compare and contrast the impression leadership has rather than power in an individual and organizational level. This final part of the research will come from studying past psychology experiments such as Dr. Phillip Zimbardo’s Stanford Prison Experiment.

Poster Presentation

Air Force ROTC Briefing

Location

AC1-Atrium, Eagle Gym

Start Date

3-23-2018 11:00 AM

End Date

3-23-2018 9:00 PM

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Psychological Effects of Leadership

AC1-Atrium, Eagle Gym

Throughout history, leadership has and is a prominent aspect of society. Its influence on organizations, politics, and individuals is so diverse it is often difficult to truly understand. Along with having external factors on the success of organizations, leadership can have psychological effects on individuals. The perception of power can define a situation entirely and more times than not, power is misunderstood as leadership. Through this research project, both the positive and negative effects of leadership are explored. The results from the initial research are then to be used to compare and contrast the impression leadership has rather than power in an individual and organizational level. This final part of the research will come from studying past psychology experiments such as Dr. Phillip Zimbardo’s Stanford Prison Experiment.

Poster Presentation

Air Force ROTC Briefing