Values have been defined as a generalized enduring organization of beliefs about the personal and social desirability of modes of conduct or “end-states of existence” (Klende, 2005). The congruence of personal values and organizational values represent an important opportunity for positive business results and outcomes (Klende, 2005). Based on the results of this qualitative study among transformative African American women leaders in the pharmaceutical industry, it is possible that value congruence may be a factor in the success experienced by these study participants. Three value themes are reported to describe the leadership values of these study participants. They are: “people,” “think,” and “company.” These value themes are supportive of tenets that comprise the transformative leadership model.
Bonaparte, Yvette Lynne
"Value Congruence Among Transformative Leaders in the Pharmaceutical Industry,"
The Journal of Values-Based Leadership: Vol. 11
, Article 6.
Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.22543/0733.111.1205
Available at: https://scholar.valpo.edu/jvbl/vol11/iss1/6