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The Research Of The Influence On Leadership Style To Perceived Organizational Politics Under The Implicit Preference

Posted on:2017-04-08Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:W ChenFull Text:PDF
GTID:2296330482483998Subject:Business Administration
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“Organization is the stage of politics”. Although the term of organized politics was first proposed in the study of western scholars, C hinese employees in general feel more intense political atmosphere in their daily work than their counterparts overseas. The purpose of this study is to find out which leading style can reduce the employee’s perceptions of organizational politics. What’s more, this study tries to provide positive suggestions for the leaders on how to supervise their employees through the research of perceptions of organizational politics and leading styles.In this paper, the subjects were mainly selected from Shanghai, Beijing, Tianjin, Harbin, Hebei. Through the research of questionnaire and IAT experimental method, we focus on the effect of transformational leadership and transactional leadership on perceptions of organizational politics and its three dimensions respectively; the impact on the consistency between employee preferences and real- life superiors’ management styles.The results show that: firstly, the transformational leadership has a negative correlation on perceptions of organizational politics and its three dimensions, while transactional leadership has a positive correlation. Second ly, the perceptions of organizational politics are lower when the preferences of the employees are more similar to their real- life superiors’ styles. From the results of this study, in order to reduce the staff’s perceptions of organizational politics, leaders can change their behaviors according to the preferred management style of their employees, adjust motivation strategies, or alter the way to get along with them.
Keywords/Search Tags:Perceptions of Organizational Politics, Multifactor Leadership, Implicit Preferences
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