Browsing: emotional intelligence

Introduction. The main hypothesis of the experiment is that the pressure of the public and academic discourse generates an organizational context in the public institutions [PI] in Romania, which allows the strategies of participative management [PM] to be valued. In the same socio-discursive context, we find the assumption of the concepts of effective communication [EC] and emotional intelligence [EI], and also the components of the leadership participative management in [PI]. Another hypothesis is that a new system of values of the organizational culture is created when the participative management principles are applied; these values are assumed to the extent to which the leadership implements the [PM] strategies and all that it entails.

Aim of the study. The present study aims to emphasize the extent to which modern management principles are known and applied in the Romanian public institutions. We also aim to identify a system of values that set a pattern of the organizational culture in the system of public institutions. The investigation technique we used is the questionnaire and the method we chose is the sociological survey. According to the standards of research methodology and in order to obtain accurate results, we have pre-tested the research tools in conditions similar to those of the study itself. In this respect, the present study will test the validity of the questionnaire on a group of 41 subjects, master’s students in a specialized program at the University of Bucharest, with the purpose of undertaking the sociological survey. The pilot study conclusions will allow the methodological framework of the sociological survey to refine and adapt the models of international analysis to the actual Romanian context.
Keywords: effective communication, public discourse, emotional intelligence, participative management.

Introduction. An appreciated manager coordinates efficiently the team and both his abilities to be a leader and assume his decisions is crucial for the success of the project. In the empirical study “O nouă abordare asupra învățării practice” several conclusions show that some leadership problems were related to the prioritization of the objectives, an efficient coordination of the members by the leaders, fear in assuming the leadership, not defending the leadership position and tension within the group when facing competition. As a leader, a certain state of mind is required to solve a long-term goal, to have a consistent behavior and adapt a certain leadership style to motivate in a specific situation the members of a team. In an emotional intelligence approach, controlling the afflictions of the mind means reducing the barriers towards being “able to” manifest a leadership style.

Aim of the study. The aim of this article is to argue that the quest of developing leadership skills can become useless when the leader fells into an inappropriate state of mind.
Keywords: emotional intelligence, leadership, afflictions of mind, leadership styles, creativity.
JEL Classification: J50, M12, M54

Introduction. In a contemporary context, the role of political marketing is essential in promoting a candidate, a political party or the political projects. Also, political marketing is a tool by means of which one can mobilize all resources in order to fully meet the voters’ needs and wishes.

Aim of the study. The main objectives of the study are: 1).presenting the political leader’s personality and its importance; 2). theoretical issues regarding the main endogenous and exogenous influences on voters’ behaviour in granting a vote to a political leader; 3). a representative model of the influence of endogenous and exogenous factors on the voters’ behaviour in an electoral context; 4). determining sample size and choosing sampling method; 5). analysis and interpretation of survey data. A set of themes and policies used by a candidate in a campaign that can influence the voters’ behaviour are presented in this study.
Keywords: political marketing, political leader, personality, voters’ behavior, emotional intelligence
JEL Classification: M31

Introduction. Nowadays, leadership as a managerialand and organizational process influences the activity at the organizational level. Obtaining performance at the organizational level is also influenced by the way in which the most participative leadership style is applied in order to create a close cooperation between leaders and subordinates.

Aim of the study. The main objectives of the study are: 1). explaining the role of the organization as a complex system in a contemporary context; 2). presenting the importance of applying effective leadership in economic organizations; 3). presenting new trends of today’s leadership. That leader who is applying effective strategies, adequate for a participative leadership can get the expected results. He/she has to mobilize his/her team to work towards achieving the goals established. Successful leaders are those who “feel” their team and who are emotionally involved in activities because emotions are the ”source of success”.
Keywords: leadership,emotional intelligence, economic organizations, management, efficient leaders
JEL Classification: M31