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Leadership Background Values-based direction has a substantial effect on the functionality and the operation of a company. Boje,(2000) Requirements Burn's (1978) theoretical work to transformational leadership emphasizing his argument about Kohlberg's moral development theory and Weber's (1947) theory of leadership and ability. In his work, Boje, 2000 agrees with Burn's that a moral value established leader, is the person who emphasizes social trade between leader and follower in the sort of the psychological and mutual needs contract driven by attraction, personalized consideration, intellectual stimulation and inspirational motivation. (Homrig, 2001) The transcendent worth of transformational leaders possess great capacity to promote performance beyond expectations and also to effect enormous change on the way the organization functions since they seek independence, justice, equality and collective wellbeing. It therefore seems that a transformational leadership is that kind of direction that seeks to exploit the complete potential of people through gratification of collective demands. While Weber's concept (1947) is cited by Boje, (2000) as having many forms of direction such as charismatic, bureaucratic and conventional facets, all co-exist together and transform from the other happens gradually. Even though both theorists; Weber (1947) and Burn's (1978) approaches leadership from various perspectives, Boje acknowledges that both of these share a joy in their work in the sense that both see moral values as a significant consideration in any kind of leadership. ( Boje, 2000).) Transformational leaders inspire followers to reach remarkable results by providing both meaning and comprehension, questioning assumptions, refraining issues, and...