International Business Management

Year: 2017
Volume: 11
Issue: 12
Page No. 2048 - 2055

Effective Leadership and its Promotion: A Case Study on Indian Business Leader

Authors : Virat Chirania, Sunil Kumar Dhal and Subash Nath

Abstract: Organizational goals mainly based on employees active hard worked participation and efficient right timed decision. The employees set of the organization consists of two folds of roles, e.g., subordinates and leadership. The leadership roles employees influence the subordinates, so that, the organizational objective could be achieved and this process applies to the different layers of management. The strategy and the leadership style are the two key main factor of the organizational progress and success. This study objective is to determine the most important quality of a good Indian business leader. Literature on Indian business leader quality was developed through open ended questions. About 61 determining points were established on thoughts view from leaders and through past literatures. The information was gathered through structured questionnaire. To certify the calibration scales of Indian business leaders, factor analysis was performed. The results show that nineteen factor a measurement model that fits the data acceptability and attribute like emotional quotient, age, academic performance and work experience are the most important factors for a good business leader.

How to cite this article:

Virat Chirania, Sunil Kumar Dhal and Subash Nath, 2017. Effective Leadership and its Promotion: A Case Study on Indian Business Leader. International Business Management, 11: 2048-2055.

Design and power by Medwell Web Development Team. © Medwell Publishing 2022 All Rights Reserved