This hub delineates the most common leadership styles including their underlying assumptions and basic characteristics.
This article discusses the theories of locus of control, self-efficacy, anxiety-uncertainty management as well as social cognitive and attribution theory as related to activities inthe workplace.
Ethics environment 50 years ago is much different than today. It was a totally different environment without computers and cell phones. Businesses for the most part knew their customers.
The article provides a case study of the success of Deere and Company. It also offers advice for getting the right people deeply involved into an organization's production system.
King Solomon was the third monarch of Ancient Israel. The history of King Solomon's reign is found in the Old Testament section of the Christian Bible in the Books of First Kings and Second Chronicles. In the Bible,...
In her doctoral dissertation,Dr. Kathleen Patterson (2003) presented a theory of organizational leadership called servant leadership. Dr. Patterson's theory was an extension of servant leadership first presented by Dr....
There are two sides to every character and personality trait. Excitement of the rewards may cause the people person to overlook the risks. A brief mention now and then can help to keep them mindful.
It's hard to set a goal and stick to it with all the hassles & distractions in life. Learn to stay focused with Seven Habits, as I have for 17 years.
The contingency theory aligns the leader's style with the most constructive circumstances for his or her success. What are contingency leadership styles? How does the contingency theory work?
The Basic Principles are the foundations of building trust and loyalty in an organization, team, or a family. This is the first in a series discussing and providing an in depth look at these most crucial of principles.