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The Impacts of Leader's Intelligence, Experience and Emotion on the Leadership Effectiveness under the Stressful Crisis Situations

  • Crisisonomy
  • Abbr : KRCEM
  • 2010, 6(1), pp.32-50
  • Publisher : Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Praxis
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Policy > Public Policy in general

박상록 1 정상완 1

1극동정보대학

Candidate

ABSTRACT

This study is about relationship between Leader's Characteristics and the Leadership Effectiveness in the emergent and stressful job situation. As the results of the measurement, performance has negative correlation with the stress in emergent situations, while relations between leader's intelligence, experience and emotion and work special quality show positive correlation. Also, followers' satisfaction has negative correlation with stress, while relations between leaders' intelligence, experience and emotion and work special quality show positive correlation. In order to find out differences of leadership characteristics in normal situation and crisis situation, I used paired-sample T-Test. I found that there is a gap between normal time and crisis situation, and normal time is higher than the other. To find out how much effect leader's characteristics on leadership effectiveness under the job stressful situation. As a result of tests, it is shown all leader's characteristics affect on the performance and it is appeared that the impact of leader's characteristics on follower's satisfaction.

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