Transformational leadership theory was defined by James MacGregor Burns as a process where leaders and followers elevate each other to higher levels of morality and motivation. The transformative leader concept works with teams to earn trust, respect and admiration while achieving higher moral positions. Transformational leadership theory was developed when studying political leaders and how they use charismatic methods to attract people to values.
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