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Crossing the Divide: Intergroup Leadership in a World of Difference by Todd Pittinsky

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United Pluralism

Balancing Subgroup Identification and Superordinate Group Cooperation

Margarita Krochik New York University

Tom R. Tyler New York University

OVER THE YEARS a considerable amount of research has focused on investigating the traits and skills that produce great leaders. As some organizational scholars suggest, the idea of great leadership has often assumed a heroic, larger-than-life quality.1 A great deal of energy is devoted to optimizing our understanding of leadership ability. This energy flows from the recognition that the effectiveness of groups, organizations, and societies depends considerably on having leaders who are able to orchestrate, unify, motivate, and coordinate collective action toward shared values and goals. ...

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