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Organization performance and happiness in the context of leadership behavior (case study base on psychological well-beings)

Demircioğlu, Emre (2014): Organization performance and happiness in the context of leadership behavior (case study base on psychological well-beings). Published in: International Research Journal of York University , Vol. 1, No. 1 (May 2014): pp. 47-72.

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Business outcome measures are assessed as well as client satisfaction, worker performance and worker happiness. Each applied mathematics (regression analysis/p-values) and analysis are used retrospectively on knowledge collected over 3 years.

The research paper explore the link between happiness and performance victimization a longtime leadership development program designed to extend the amount of happy – high performers in a company inside an outsized international corporation.

There are, however, implications for leadership, future analysis regarding happy – high performance and teaching. Leaders recognized their impact on worker happiness and performance and learned however happiness are often evaluated in reference to a lot of ancient business measures. The everyday method of educational theory preceding field application is reversed during this field study. The observations from the sector might interest practitioners and stimulate academics to any study happy – high performance in workplace settings.

Trends within the applied mathematics knowledge, leadership feedback and responses from a “Happiness Index” establish many themes including: (1) happiness and performance tend to maneuver within the same direction, (2) high play acting staff manufacture glad customers, and (3) happy staff end in glad customers. the tiny sample size, retrospective nature of the analysis and lack of a longitudinal approach cause the results and conclusions to be strained.

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