Degree Granting Department
Derina Holtzhausen, Ph.D.
Kelli Burns, Ph.D.
Kelly Werder, Ph.D.
fundraising, trust, organizational success, structure
This study examined how employees' perceptions of leadership, decision-making, and relationships are associated with their perception of a development operations' effectiveness. Deans, development officers, central development staff, and unit development staff at the University of South Florida were surveyed via email. The results indicated that employees' perceptions of leadership, decision-making, and relationships are strongly related to their perceived job satisfaction, trust, commitment, and control mutuality and consequently their perception of the development operation's effectiveness.
Scholar Commons Citation
Van Loveren, Rachael K., "The Effects of Decision-Making and Leadership Styles on Relationships and Perceived Effectiveness in the University Development Context" (2007). Graduate Theses and Dissertations.