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FACILITATIVE LEADERSHIP

Vasko Stamevski, Aleksandra Stankovska and Elizabeta Stamevska
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Vasko Stamevski: International Slavic University Gavrilo Romanovic Derzavin, Sv.Nikole-Bitola
Aleksandra Stankovska: European University – Republic of Macedonia, Skopje
Elizabeta Stamevska: European University – Republic of Macedonia, Skopje

Economics and Management, 2018, vol. 14, issue 1, 214-221

Abstract: Facilitative leadership is one of the emerging leadership paradigms making its way into more and more organizations, governments and institutions. It is a co-creative leadership model asserting that leaders should effectively facilitate deep collaboration. Facilitative leadership involves asking powerful questions and engaging others to leverage each person’s individual strengths in creating a shared organizational vision. Deep collaboration means the parties involved-all of them, including the leader-undergo transformations through the work they are engaging. In short, groups undergo adaptive changes. This means development is a central part of leadership. Facilitative Leadership is a people–centered, quality and results driven process of developing and supporting a culture in the workplace that facilitates goal achievement through effective relational processes. It is particularly important to effective group process, teamwork, workplace culture and change management in the workplace.

Keywords: Facilitative leadership; leaders; leadership styles; group process; teamwork (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J53 M10 M54 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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