THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG LEADERSHIP, ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND EMPLOYEES' JOB SATISFACTION
Elvira Nica and
Proceedings of the INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 393-399
The increasing interest in employees satisfaction has heightened the need for analyzing the factors which contribute to this. The purpose of this paper is to evidence the influence of the style of leadership and the organizational culture on the employees satisfaction at work. In this study we analyze the influence of the bureaucratic leadership, the tranzactional leadership, the transformational leadership and the servant leadership. We can not afirm exactly which style of leadership is the most effective because no leadership style is guaranted to work in all situations. We made our research by analysing the style of leadership and the organizational culture at the Lagardere Travel Retail Romania. We attended several meetings to observe what style of leadersip predominates and we questioned the employees about the values of the organizational culture to establish it’s type and it’s role in motivating the employees.
Keywords: leadership; organizational culture; human resources; transformational leadership; corporate culture. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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