Bhoomi Shah ,
A Study on the Role of Leaders in Promoting Organizational Citizenship Behaviour,
4 (3) IJLMH Page 1080 - 1095 (2021), DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.11509
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to explore the potential and paramountcy of how the leaders play a chief role in promoting the concept of Organizational Citizenship Behaviour.
Research implications: This paper studies the dimensions to the concept of OCB that are a pre-requisite for its applicability, also the different leadership styles that aid in the promotion and lastly the need for Organizational Citizenship Behaviour in the modern workspaces and how it makes an individual notable in the tasks performed and enhances his/her capabilities.
Findings: Organizational Citizenship Behaviour plays a key role in developing relationships. It even explores and enhances the leader’s abilities to promote the concept. The scope of this particular topic is wide that makes it practically attainable and applicable. It discovers broadly the areas of transformational, transactional and ethical leadership, along with the social exchange theory and the attitude mechanisms as well as behavioural patterns of an individual.
Originality/Value: The following paper is a study on the role of leaders in promoting Organizational Citizenship Behaviour. It comprises of the concept of OCB, it’s applicability and a leader’s role in creating awareness about the same among the employees. The research is done through secondary data gathered through various means and contains no material previously written or published by another author except where the due credits are given. It is solely my work and aims to add additional knowledge to this area of research.
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