The General Review of the Leader’s Self Enhancement on the Organization

Teoh Kae Nging; Rashad Yazdanifard

Volume 2, Issue 12 , December 2015, , Pages 1497-1507

Abstract
  One of the self-evaluating motives is that of self enhancement and it is a focus on making oneself happy and to maintain personal self-esteem. Leaders with a self enhancement bias are linked to low interpersonal relationships and low performance. People do not like to work with self-enhancers because ...  Read More

The General Review of How Different Leadership Styles Cause the Transformational Change Efforts to Be Successful

Teoh Kae Nging; Rashad Yazdanifard

Volume 2, Issue 9 , September 2015, , Pages 1130-1140

Abstract
  Organizational change refers to the transformation of an organization from its current state to its desired future state. Organizational change helps to maintain a competitive position as well as the companies’ sustainability in a competitive market. There are different kinds of leadership styles ...  Read More