Volume 7 Number 3 Year - 2013
Number of articles: 12
LEADERSHIP NETWORK BLAKE, MOUTON AND MCCANSE: CASE STUDY - LEADERSHIP STYLES AND DIMENSIONS IN ONE OF THE LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENTS IN SERBIA
Authors: Srdjan Nikezic, Dobrica Stojkovic, Boban Djurovic, Aleksandar Djordjevic
Abstract: Leadership style represents the way in which a leader succeedes to direct and coordinate the behavior and actions of employees in order to achieve their goals. Leadership is a process of motivating of employees to work on achieving of goals promoted by the leader. It is a way of establishing the appropriate relationship between the leader and his associates and other employees. Using the model of Leadership Network Blake, Mouton and McCanse aspect of the application one of the five leadership styles is accompanied by two dimensions of local government. In two dimensions the respondents were orientating towards one of two choices: employee care and concern for the task. In this paper, on the basis of concrete research, based on the established hypotheses leadership style was determined that maches to the actual situation in local government. The investigation was taken in municipality located in central Serbia, which represents dominant sample for the research in this territorial socio-economic community.
Keywords: leadership, leadership styles, leadership network, the two dimensions of leadership, local government
Article info: pp. 393-410
Recieved: 7.03.2013  Accepted: 20.07.2013  UDC: 638.124.8   Downloads: 1235