Implications of Modern Leadership Styles on Managersâ€™ Organizational Behavior
Daniel DÄƒneci-PÄƒtrÄƒu ()
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Daniel DÄƒneci-PÄƒtrÄƒu: â€œSpiru Haretâ€ University
Ovidius University Annals, Economic Sciences Series, 2019, vol. XIX, issue 2, 467-473
Leadership results from the action of a large number of factors, among which an important role is played by the organizational culture, leadersâ€™ qualities and characteristics, motivation tools, hierarchical position, functional and psychological autonomy, groups of managers and subordinates and information system. In turn, these factors are found in an interdependence relationship, forming a system in which any modification of an element affects the other elements. In such a system, leadership, as a reflection of managersâ€™ behavior in relation with subordinates, collaborators or hierarchic bosses, shapes itself as a resultant. From the point of view of managerial practice, the major issue of leadership lies in increasing its efficiency and effectiveness, subordinated to achieving the best possible results by the organization. The purpose of this work is focused on analyzing how leadership modern styles influence the organizational behavior of human resource managers.
Keywords: organizational behavior; management; human resources; leader; efficiency (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M12 O15 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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