Integrasi Model Kepemimpinan, Taktik Pengaruh, Dan Penerapan Kekuasaan Memiliki Peran Penting Dalam Menentukan Hasil Organisasional

Authors

  • Febri Adi Prasetya

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.61132/aeppg.v1i1.27

Keywords:

Integration of Leadership Models, Influence Tactics, Application of Power, Organizational Results, Organizational Performance

Abstract

This research discusses the role of integration of leadership models, influence tactics, and the application of power in an organizational context. Effective leadership requires not only strong leadership skills, but also the ability to combine intelligent influence tactics and the appropriate application of power. The integration of these three elements is considered crucial in forming optimal organizational results. This research uses a literature analysis approach and empirical study to explore the relationship between integrated leadership models, influence tactics, the application of power, and their impact on organizational performance. The findings of this study highlight the importance of aligning leadership strategies with effective influence tactics and the judicious exercise of power to achieve desired organizational goals. Practical implications and recommendations for organizational leaders and managers are also discussed.

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Published

2024-02-21