Exploring the Influence Mechanism of Strategic Leadership, Employee Engagement and Job Involvement; A Framework Model Approach

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S. S. Patil, Susan Abraham, Isha Sharma, Ritu Sharma, Jitendra Prasad, S. Gomathi


The relationship between leadership and employee engagement is symbiotic. Effective leaders are catalysts for employee engagement, and engaged employees, in turn, reinforce strong leadership. Leadership styles play a crucial role in shaping the work culture and influencing the level of employee engagement within an organization. The research aim to provide an overview of the study on the influence mechanism of strategic leadership, employee engagement, and job involvement within organizational settings. The investigation delves into the intricate relationships among these critical components of organizational dynamics. Strategic leadership, characterized by visionary thinking and effective decision-making, is examined as a key driver influencing both employee engagement and job involvement. A comprehensive approach to unravel the underlying mechanisms through which strategic leader’s impact of employees to their work and the organization's goals was employed in a study. Furthermore, the research investigates how this strategic influence extends to shaping the level of job involvement, assessing the active participation and commitment of employees in their respective roles. By elucidating these influence mechanisms, the study aims to contribute insights that can inform organizational leadership practices and strategies, fostering a more profound understanding of the dynamics that contribute to enhanced employee engagement and job involvement. The impact of leadership and employee engagement extends beyond individual and team performance; it directly influences the overall productivity and success of the organization. Engaged employees are more likely to be innovative, collaborative, and committed to achieving the organization's goals.

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