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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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To Explore The Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence And Transformational Leadership And Their Effect On Organizational Culture

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AUTHOR(S)

Vani. M, H Sankaran, S. Praveen Kumar

 

KEYWORDS

Emotional Intelligence, Organizational Culture and Transformation Leader.

 

ABSTRACT

Many organisations operate with the strong belief to contribute positively to the society, economy and strong corporate work culture. This defines the level of employee engagement that transforms the organisation into a high performance genre. An organisation’s culture is an essential part of business. It influences nearly every aspect of the organisation, from acquiring top talent to improving employee satisfaction, employee engagement and enhancing employee productivity, it becomes the basis of a happy workforce. A distinct corporate culture is important to the success of an Organisation. Hence to bring out the transformation in the culture it is import for the decision makers to be aware of the influencers. Good Leaders with high level of EI can drive the behaviour and positively impact people to create a successful work culture. The objective of this paper is to explore the relationship between emotional intelligence and transformational leadership and their effect on organizational culture.

 

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