International Journal of Management, Accounting and Economics
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Volume 2, No. 9, September 2015 Pages: 1130 - 1140
The General Review of How Different Leadership Styles Cause the Transformational Change Efforts to Be Successful
Teoh Kae Nging, Rashad Yazdanifard
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Organizational change refers to the transformation of an organization from its current state to its desired future state. Organizational change helps to maintain a competitive position as well as the companies’ sustainability in a competitive market. There are different kinds of leadership styles that have strong relationships with the growth of change. This research reviews the different leadership styles, including commanding, supportive, inspirational, logical, transformational, transactional and servant. Different leadership styles take up different kinds of roles and use different actions when implementing organizational change. In conclusion, this research concludes that different changing processes require different leadership styles.
Leadership, Culture, Motivating, Organizational change,
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