The Study on Relationship between the Traits of Leaders and the Performance of the Leaders under Different Organizational Cultures

He-yi SONG, Na MAO, Dan GUO


Regarded leader’s traits as independent variables, performance as dependent variables, organizational culture as control variables, this paper found that under the innovation-orientation culture, the tuition type of perception type, risking-taking , and artistic subscale significantly and positively correlated with performance. Under the support-orientation culture, the affiliation motive and the ability of understanding diction have a significantly positive correlation with performance. Under rule-orientation culture, the power motive, the conventional subscale, and the ability of analyzing datum have a significantly positive correlation with performance. Thus, the hypothesis of the leader’s trait theories based on context proposed in this paper is validated.
Key words: traits, organizational culture, leadership
Résumé: En considérant les traits de leaders comme variables indépendantes, la performance comme variable dépendante, la culture organisationnelle comme variable de controle, l’article présent trouve que, sous la culture d’innovation-orientation, le type de frais scolaires du type de perception, le risque-recette et le subscale artistique se rapportent significativement et catégoriquement à la performance. Sous la culture de support-orientation, le motif d’affiliation et l’aptitude de compréhension du langage a une corrélation évidente avec la performance. Sous la culture de règle-orientaion, la force motrice, le subscale conventionnel et la capacité d’analyse des données a un lien effectif avec la performance. Ce faisant, les hypothèses des théories de triats de leaders basées sur le contexte dans l’article s’avèrent fondées.
Mots-Clés: traits, culture organisationnelle, direction

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