Contingency theory of leadership advocates that leadership is strongly affected by the situation from which a leader emerges and in which he works. It is based on the assumptions that, an interaction exists between a group and its leader and that people tend to follow the person (known as leader) who is capable of fulfilling their aspirations.
The behavioural theory of leadership is an extension of the trait theory and is better in certain respects. The traits theory failed to explain the factors that contribute to effective leadership.
Theories of Leadership typically have evolved as norms, attitudes and understanding in the larger world have changed. These theories have developed over the years and explore several different facets of leadership and leadership behaviour.
Transactional analysis is a theory of personality and social action and a clinical method of psychotherapy, based on the analysis of all possible transactions between two or more people, based on specifically defined ego states into a finite number of established types
What are Polices? Policies may be defined as guides to the thinking and action of those who have to make decisions in the course of accomplishment of the enterprise objectives.
Job satisfaction relates to the overall attitude or feelings of a person towards his job. An individual, who is highly satisfied with his job has a positive attitude towards the job.
Herzberg Motivation Theory Frederick Irving Herzberg in the late fifties developed a motivation theory known as Herzberg Motivation Theory or two-factor theory of motivation. For this purpose, he conducted a study and interviewed some 200 accountants and engineers and asked them to think of a time when they felt good at their jobs and a time when…
Organization is the harmonious adjustment of specialized parts for the accomplishment of some common purpose or purposes
Maslow need hierarchy theory stands as a fundamental framework for understanding human motivation and behaviour. This theory posits that individuals are driven by a series of needs, which are arranged in a hierarchical manner.
Trait theory is a traditional approach to the theory of leadership. According to these theories, it is thought that a leader has specific traits of mind and intelligence.