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The results of this study can help counselors who work with underserved populations who are desperately in need of assistance (Burt & Butler, 2011): (a) Counselors help angry youth by identifying strengths through a holistic intervention, (b) Angry youth may learn leadership self-efficacy and get social support and effective coping skills, (c) As young persons begin to identify their strengths and leadership increases, their resistance to change decreases (Dwivedi & Gupta, 2000).
In addition, there is a positive relationship between leadership self-efficacy and the willingness to take on a leadership role.
2003), Leadership self-efficacy constitutes a large higher order factor in combination with self-efficacy for Public Speaking, Teaching/Training, Teamwork, and Organizational Management.