Characterizing the Impact of Organizational Culture on the Manager Leadership Qualities
Keywords:manager’s personality integral model, personality type, organizational culture type, management style, leadership qualities, innovative and analytical management style, authoritarian style, Saint-Petersburg social institutions
The article presents the outcomes of sociological research to identify: the influence of organizational culture on the managers’ leadership qualities and the interdependence of management style and leader’s personality type of the Saint-Petersburg social services and organizations. It was revealed that the organizational culture type in the considered social institutions has a bureaucratic character; authoritarian management style predominates; the majority of branch managers are leaders with organizational skills.
It is determined that the passionate manager’s personality type controls organization in an innovative-analytical style, which contributes to a greater activity efficiency. Such leaders are active, focusing on innovative work methods, encourage innovation, modern technologies and high performance, successfully apply brainstorming.
Thus, the manager’s personality integral model is empirically tested and substantiated through sociological research.
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