Modern leadership styles have demonstrated their effectiveness in fostering a more collaborative and productive work environment.
Power and Politics
Transactional Leadership Theory is rooted in the idea that leaders engage in transactions with their subordinates, where they exchange rewards and punishment for performance.
Goleman’s Emotional Intelligence framework provides a comprehensive understanding of how emotions impact our behavior and interactions in the workplace.
Corporate culture refers to the shared values, beliefs, and norms that shape the behavior and practices of individuals within an organization. It forms the underlying ethos and social environment of a workplace, influencing how employees interact, make decisions, and view their roles and responsibilities.
Leading by example is the practice of demonstrating desirable behaviors and qualities that align with an organization’s values and goals.
Authentic leadership refers to a leadership style that emphasizes the genuine and transparent behavior of leaders.
The Job Demand-Control (JDC) Model is a widely recognized framework in occupational health psychology that examines how job demands and the level of control or decision latitude employees have affect their stress levels and job satisfaction
At its core, a culture of trust is an environment where employees feel safe to be honest, transparent, and vulnerable.
“The Grapevine” refers to the informal communication network within an organization. Unlike official channels of communication, which are typically structured and follow the hierarchical lines of an organization, the grapevine is spontaneous and flows freely without regard to formal structures.