An analysis of self perception leadership styles against demographic variables.
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Large corporate organizations in Durban are hiring younger, less experienced and highly qualified individuals to lead at the top end of the company. Various concerns are raised with regard to these and other demographic variables in terms of the organization reaching its optimum success. In dissecting the problem statement, the following variables are extracted. These variables include: academic qualification, leadership experience, leadership training and age. The sample is segmented using academic qualification as the central focus. The research, quantitative in nature is aimed to establish if there exists a significant difference in self-perception leadership styles between these variables upon investigating the specific hypothesis generated. Interesting conclusions were drawn.