How Managers Manage Employees With Leadership

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Introduction Managers have really important role of managing employees working well and it leads to organisation 's success. Some people claim reward and punishment are the best tool for a responsible managers because self-interest is the bottom-line of human motivation. Reward and punishment is one of way to encourage and control employees, but, there is some more else elements and concepts that manager should go along with for managing employees well and organisation’s success. It comes to employee 's motivation, employee engagement comes up as one of important key wards. Also, leadership skill helps manager to encourage worker to contribute for organisation. Furthermore, organisational culture influences for those and all managing…show more content…
Then, organisational culture is that what is important and not in the organisation and it directs member in the organisation to perform with right way. Many studies found that organisational culture influenced on organisation 's performance and success. Positive organisational culture lead to good performance and good results in various area for example financial, human resource such as employee’s job satisfaction, commitment to organisation and decreasing turnover rate. On the other hand, negative organisational culture lead to negative consequences for example lower productivity, lower customer service, increasing turnover rate and so on. However, strong organisational culture is not always good because sometimes, strong organisational culture put presser on employee and force them to do unethical things, break law or something like that. So, ethical culture is especially important among the organisational cultures. Ethical culture is a part of organisational culture and it can be considered as positive organisational culture. It is maintained by good communications, rules, policies and codes, management system, decision making process and etc. Ethical culture is very important because it increase organisation’s trust and decrease risks. One study found that strong ethical culture helps reduce rate of misconduct which put the organisation at risks such as damaged reputation, loss of valued employees and
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