Article name Leadership as a Human Resource Management Model
Authors Romanova N..
Romanova I.V.
Romanova E..
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DOI [622.7+ 55](075)
DOI 10.21209/2227-9245-2020-26-2-106-113
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Annotation Leadership is considered as a model of human resource management, because the effectiveness of personnel directly depends on the effectiveness of leadership. In the context of the suggested problem, the essence of the leadership phenomenon is revealed and the effectiveness of its impact on the modern management model is substantiated. The mechanism of the leader’s impact on human resources is revealed by the authors. To implement the aims of the study, the principle of objectivity was used. The authors have paid special attention to the dialectical method, which made it possible to determine the general direction of the study and formulate the methodological approach. The leader, having a specific influence on a team, motivates the activities of the group, takes care of the balance within the group, and also directs the efforts of each member of the group to fulfill the tasks set. For successful leadership, the leader combines two functions: a specialist in assignment and regulation of relations in the group. Social and economic conditions are important for the implementation of the leadership model. Modern generation of leaders clearly responds to the needs of society. In conditions of pluralization of the fundamental norms of society, leadership manifests itself as a model of human resource management and has a real impact on the system of social relations, which ultimately will lead to significant progress. As a result, the attitude to leadership as a new management model that can ensure the survival of the company in the face of change has emerged. The leader’s behaviour style and his target orientation comprise a certain personnel management system. Under the influence of a leader in society, new values, a level of professionalism are being formed; people are showing readiness for transformations. Leadership, as a management model, shapes the innovative behaviour of personnel, ensures the use of innovations at all levels of the organization. Leadership aims to create a foundation for corporate governance practices that can encourage and support innovative employee behavior.
Key words leadership; management model; human resources; staff; Russia; management object; supervisor; group; organization; socio-economic conditions
Article information Romanovа N., Romanova I., Romanova E. Leadership as a Human Resource Management Model // Transbaikal State University Journal, 2020, vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 106–113. DOI: 10.21209/2227-9245-2020-26-2-106-113.
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