Academic Rigour

If you are interested in finding out more about the research behind some of the subjects discussed in this website the following is a selection of the articles written on the work.

Young, M & Dulewicz, V. (2023) 'General intelligence, personality traits, and motivation as predictors of performance, potential and rate of advancement of Royal Navy senior officers'. Vol 35, No 5.

Young, M. (2013). 'Leadership that develops other people: An empirical study into the effect of Humanist Principles and Therapeutic Common Factors on Subordinate Development' Journal of General Managment, Vol 39, No 3, pp. 59-76.

Young, M. (2011). 'The Continuous Improvement Grid: An empirical investigation into the effectiveness of a Systems, and Action Research, based Continuous Improvement Intervention for 'new' Organisation Development' Systemic Practice and Action Research, Vol 24 No 5, pp. 453-478.  

Young, M. (2009). ‘A Meta-Model of Change’ Journal of Organizational Change Management Vol 22 No 5, pp. 524-548.

Young, M. & Dulewicz, V. (2009). ‘A Study into Leadership and Management Competencies predicting superior performance’ Journal of Management Development, Vol 28, No9, pp.794-820.

Young, M. & Dulewicz, V. (2008). ‘The Similarities and Differences in the Competencies of Effective Command Performance, Leadership and Management’. British Journal of Management Vol 19, pp. 17-32.

Young, M. & Dulewicz, V. (2007). ‘Relationships between Emotional and Congruent Self-Awareness and Performance’. Journal of Managerial Psychology, Vol 22, Issue 5, pp.465-478.

Young, M. & Dulewicz, V. (2006). ‘Leadership Styles, Organisational Context and Leader Performance’. Journal of Change Management, Vol 6, No 4, pp. 383 -396.

Young, M.  (2005).  'Clarifying the link between Comptency, Competence and Performance'  Competency and Emotional Intelligence Quarterly Vol 12, No 4, pp. 24-32.

Young, M. & Dulewicz, V.  (2005).  'A Model of Command, Leadership and Management Competency'  Leadership and Organisation Development Journal, Vol 26, No 3, pp. 228-241.