Navigating Leadership and Communication: A Study of Emerging Leaders in Indian Organizations

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Manisha Gambhir, Dr Nandini Srivastava, Prof. Deepti Taneja


Introduction: The research explores the dynamic interplay between the leadership styles and communication strategies in Indian context. In order to understand the connection between leadership and communication this research will use SPSS.  

Literature review: This section delves into unraveling the diverse spectrum of leadership styles that are prevalent in Indian organizations. The importance of the problem-solving and informational-sharing studies has emphasized the complexity of the evaluative steps that have guided the theoretical framework to enable the research methodology.

Methodology: The primary quantitative methodology employs a survey tool which has been administered on the 55 participants. SPSS solution has recognised so many attributes that have benefitted the organizational outcomes. The application of correlation, descriptive analysis and ANOVA has accessorized the vital values by making qualitative and quantitative assessments yielding a broad perception.

Findings: This section illuminates the prevalence of diverse leadership styles incorporating transformational leaderships. It adopts a clear and delicate model which places emphasis on women as key players to the economic emancipation of citizens. From the findings, it has been obtained that there is a significant relationship between employee commitment and organizational success which is -0.74 at 0.01 level of significance.

Discussion: From the discussion section, it has been examined that for organizational practices and leadership developments,  as a result of these actionable insights, the young leader in India has been able to initiate the social media revolution. Moreover, tailoring a clear and transparent organization has emerged as a common factor to acknowledge the quantitative approaches

Conclusion: The conclusion restates the main findings, which would in turn conclude any contributions to food safety research which should be derived from the study. Moreover, the dynamics and organizations landscape has been considered to be increasingly successful in empowering the leaders by means of expertise irrespective of relevance. Such strategy works through the complex nature of Indian corporate and organizational paradigm principles, which provides the foundation for leadership development programs to be conducted in future among researchers broadly.



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