CREATING AWARENESS ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE
Cristina Iulia Ghenu
Proceedings of the INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 770-777
In latest years, emotional intelligence has become one of the important topics that is brought into discussion whenever the effectiveness of an entity is up for debate. Hence, the effectiveness of institutions and organizations is revised since emotional intelligence was sought to be of influence. Simultaneously, a leader ensures the creation of an adequate organizational frame thus, becoming another important factor of influence as he guides the managerial culture, offers a coherent and conceivable vision for the future and establishes the required performance of employees. Together, leadership and emotional intelligence, impacts organizations at a culture level. The current paper proposes to see which style of leadership is considered positive and effective, thus by combining it with emotional intelligence could result in an advantage for organizations as being the first step in developing an organizational culture that is built upon the two. Therefore, the study will address this subject by displaying a broad literature review which intends to explain and strengthen the relation/conjunction between styles of leadership, emotional intelligence and impact upon organizational culture.
Keywords: emotional intelligence; leadership style; organizational culture. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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