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The Impact Analysis of Leadership Types to Organizational Commitment and Organizational Performance

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  • Department of Business Administration, Kyungpook National University, Daegu - 41566, Korea, Republic of

Abstract


Objectives: This study divided leadership kinds into servant leadership, transactional leadership, transformational leadership, empowering leadership and issue leadership and analyzed their effects on organizational commitment and business performance. Methods/Statistical Analysis: This study set company J, a service enterprise, for the object of questions and the survey was conducted in the manner of distributing and collecting questionnaire directly. This study used Smart PLS 2.0 to test the research model. PLS analysis requires testing internal consistency, convergent validity, and discriminant validity for metrics and constructs. On the variables used for model to test internal consistency, composite reliability and confidence were analyzed. Findings: This study will consider modern leadership kinds–servant leadership, transactional leadership, transformational leadership, empowering leadership and issue leadership–through foregoing studies and then investigate the relationship between such leadership kinds and organizational commitment and organizational performance together with empirical analysis. Hypothesis 2 “Transactional leadership will have significant effect on organizational commitment” was accepted. Hypothesis 3 “Transformational leadership will have significant effect on organizational commitment” was accepted. Hypothesis 6 “Organizational commitment will have significant effect on business performance” was accepted. Improvements/Applications: It is considered a good idea that company J specialized in service should recognize and apply servant leadership of looking at subordinates as servant and issue leadership of trying to consult with subordinates and resolve important issues together.

Keywords

Empowering Leadership, Leadership, Leadership Types, Organizational Commitment, Organizational Performance, Servant Leadership.

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