State of Inspirational Leadership in new millennium Human Resource Environment

A. Lakshmana Rao

Abstract


Leadership is a known phenomenon in the gamut of business since its inception. The word is undergoing drastic changes in the field of business like business leader, leader-manager, transactional leader, authentic leader, ethical leader, transformational leader, spiritual leader and so on. Leadership is a hot cake discipline to most of the researchers in different disciplines. However, in the field of business the term has different connotations due to organizational convenience or structures. Leadership by its nature is a complex theme in the field of business. There were lots of researches on this crucial element. However, a research in the field of inspirational leadership is gaining momentum these days and most of the researches are incomplete in this domain. One of the major reasons for incomplete research in this field is its nature and connections to various other disciplines. The other reason for its gaining importance is dynamic Human Resource environment.

 

Human Resource Environment in new millennium has placed before the business lot of challenges. Human Resource Departments and HR Managers have to deal with these challenges by building necessary competencies, capabilities and talents. The present research paper aimed at identifying these challenges and made attempts to resolve certain issues and problems with the help of “Inspirational Leadership” mechanism.

 

Key Words: Inspirational Leader, Structures, HR Environment, Challenges and Competencies


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