Having a positive organizational culture is vital to any company and the HR department plays an important part in leading the way. When a company hires a new worker they are not only hiring a person but this is the beginning of a new relationship. The proximity
(Norton 106) The culture that women “create” is already made up. Through research like Underhill’s it is possible to have the consumer’s idea of what they want to buy. Norton would see this as an idea of subversion because although the consumer feels they have their independence within the culture they are actually dependent on the culture.Stores are just persuading the consumer to buy more products. This can be seen by the set up in the stores. Gladwell tells of Paco’s retailing commandment when he says,” a women’s product that requires extensive examination should never be placed in a narrow aisle”(Gladwell 67).
Another benefit of a strength-based organization is it allows each staff member to be placed in the right part of the team (Samuels & Hoxsey, 2010). We all have different strengths, finding the best place where we can exercise those strengths will not only increase productivity for the company, but also allow the staff member to feel as though what they are doing and contributing is important and
Transformational leadership style with idea indicator, the influence of leader behavior, intellectual stimulation and a consideration of individual has a positive influence towards motivation. This leadership style has positive influence toward job satisfaction. (Risambessyet) job satisfaction has been studied in parallel with many aspects of work and in many work places and fields around the world, the employees has experienced job satisfaction as an outcome of leadership styles. In general, research results suggested that in organizations which are more flexible and adopted the management type in communication and employees reward the latter more likely to be satisfied which results in the organization’s success. (Jill, McKinnon et al.
The idea is that a leader needs to develop as many high-quality relationships as possible to achieve the set goals. Good relationships will increases peoples sense of job satisfaction and develop ownership of goals and problems. Through good rapports productivity can be increased, organizational goals can be achieved, this is possible because of good teamwork and investment of the employee in the company. Within the LMX theory there are two groups, the in- and the out-group. In-group member are part of the inner circle from the leader, there have more responsibilities and the leader is trusting this group more to achieve goals as there are set by the leader.
There are several approaches to improve job satisfaction and employee engagement, first of all our recommendations to Kris Jenkins to develop job satisfaction and employee engagement of Salon Manager are, at the first stage, increasing the opportunity of promotion for the managers because fulfillment theory in order to make the employees happy you have to satisfy their wishes and demand and the more the employees earn the more satisfy they will be as (Çelik, 2011), stated. The second one is, the supervisors have to establish a strong connections with the subordinates, and the owner also need to establish a strong relationship with the managers “determination theory also proposes that in addition to being driven by a need for autonomy, people seek ways to achieve competence and positive connections to others” (Robbins & Judge, 2013 pp 208 ). The third one is managers should make decisions independently, at the same time the managers should know the organization 's goals and objectives properly. Secondly, our suggestions to Kris Jenkins to improve job satisfaction and employee engagement of Hair Stylist, firstly promotion opportunity has to be raised. Secondly, the relationship should be positive with the supervisors according to Harter and Schmidt and Killham in 2003 an effective manager is always listen to his subordinators and fulfill their needs and the managers have to find a relationship between the needs of individuals and the organization.
John Quincy Adams once said, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” An organization functions effectively and efficiently only when the efforts of all the workmen in it come together. This requires a leader. A leader is the one who pushes the employees boundaries to bring out the best in them, which is basically boosting up the company altogether. Not only does he look for benefits of the company, but also maintains a strong bond with them formally as well as informally. Being a leader would mean being a role model for your employees, which intends a leader should be there with the team through their downs and show his hard work , dedication and commitment to set as a great
Commitment and Trust Trust is the foundation of every good relationship and helps to create a healthy work environment. According to Heathfield (2002), trust is the necessary precursor to the following: • Feeling able to rely upon another person • Cooperating as a group • Taking thoughtful risks • Experiencing believable communication Once trust is established, it enables the work and communication more effective. They will be committed to compromise and work towards the share goals. Hence, managers have a better opportunity to accomplish the company’s goals. Figure 2 Trust Equation The company could build trust through: • Form teams to solve real work issues and improve the real work processes • Regular team meetings to review project, progress or concern • Team building activities In addition, the company should encourage mutual respect among each other.
Ethical leadership is related to employee job satisfaction by impacting a positive influence on employee performance (Resick et al., 2011). The ethical leadership also found to increase the intrinsic motivation and job responses (Piccolo, et al., 2010). The willingness of the employee to report any concern and problem also depends on the organization culture and leadership behavior (Brown et al., 2005). It is also studied that a leader with strong ethical traits can affect positively to task significance and autonomy of the employee job (Ruiz, Ruiz & Martinez, 2011). According to them, the followers have willingly perceived the good traits of their leaders and thus good moral, values are practiced in an organization that can shape the overall
These are classed into two separate groups. One group is the components you want from and within your working surroundings and these are: achieving your goals, having clear objectives, raising issues that are of importance to you and feeling secure in your job. The other group consists of the components your working environment and surrounding offers you, this includes: being listened to, getting positive feedback, being respected by your manager or boss and being shown appreciation for your work. Happiness at work can have an incredible impact on an organisation as a whole and also plays a significant role in an individual’s life and heightens the overall well-being of the individual (Wong & NgeeHeng, 2009; Staples & Higgins, 1998).This can be seen in a number of statistics that Pryce has developed through research and various studies over four years. If you are happy, Pryce has discovered that you are 155 per cent happier in your job, 50 per cent more motivated contribute 25 per cent more and love their job 79 per cent more.