Chapter 13: The debateable leadership role of frontline managers
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There appears to be a subtle shift in organisational rhetoric in certain areas to refer to frontline managers as 'frontline leaders'. This chapter is an empirical investigation into this phenomena to understand the way frontline managers see themselves as managers or leaders. Furthermore, if these people are leaders, then what are the components of leadership in their role.

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