Year 2018, Volume 2 , Issue 3, Pages 34 - 48 2018-03-30

PROMOTING RESILIENCE THROUGH POSITIVE LEADERSHIP DURING TURMOIL
PROMOTING RESILIENCE THROUGH POSITIVE LEADERSHIP DURING TURMOIL

Elif BAYKAL [1]


Ability to stand up to adversities, having the flexibility to solve problems in the most meaningful way and coming to a better situation compared to the starting point is regarded as resilience by organization researchers. Conditions that shapes organizational capacities in a flexible, storable and convertible way give rise to resilience in organizations and make them powerful in coping with problems, turmoils and crises. Without doubt, resilient individiuals effect overall resilience of groups, especially in group level a resilient leadership is a prerequisite of resilient organizations. By resilient organizations we mean flexible and adaptive organizations that can positively cope with the unexpected or unwanted. Therefore, in this study positive psychology and positive organizational behavior literature are regarded as good guides for presenting a suitable leadership style for adaptive and resilient organizations. In this study, specifically, authentic leadership style, most prominent leadership type was under spotlight as one of the main sources of organizational resilience.

Ability to stand up to adversities, having the flexibility to solve problems in the most meaningful way and coming to a better situation compared to the starting point is regarded as resilience by organization researchers. Conditions that shapes organizational capacities in a flexible, storable and convertible way give rise to resilience in organizations and make them powerful in coping with problems, turmoils and crises. Without doubt, resilient individiuals effect overall resilience of groups, especially in group level a resilient leadership is a prerequisite of resilient organizations. By resilient organizations we mean flexible and adaptive organizations that can positively cope with the unexpected or unwanted. Therefore, in this study positive psychology and positive organizational behavior literature are regarded as good guides for presenting a suitable leadership style for adaptive and resilient organizations. In this study, specifically, authentic leadership style, most prominent leadership type was under spotlight as one of the main sources of organizational resilience.

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Primary Language en
Subjects Management
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Author: Elif BAYKAL (Primary Author)
Institution: İstanbul Medipol University
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : March 30, 2018

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APA BAYKAL, E . (2018). PROMOTING RESILIENCE THROUGH POSITIVE LEADERSHIP DURING TURMOIL. International Journal of Management and Administration , 2 (3) , 34-48 . DOI: 10.29064/ijma.396199
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AMA BAYKAL E . PROMOTING RESILIENCE THROUGH POSITIVE LEADERSHIP DURING TURMOIL. IJMA. 2018; 2(3): 34-48.
Vancouver BAYKAL E . PROMOTING RESILIENCE THROUGH POSITIVE LEADERSHIP DURING TURMOIL. International Journal of Management and Administration. 2018; 2(3): 48-34.