Sustainable leadership and work environment: Improving human potentials

Human Resources Management and Services

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Title Sustainable leadership and work environment: Improving human potentials
Creator HADDOU AMAR, Sara
Subject Leasership; Workspace; Work Environement; Collaboration; Innovation; Creativity
Description Sustainable leadership matters, spreads and lasts. It is shared responsibility, that does not unduly deplete human or financial resources, and that cares for avoids exerting negative damage on the surrounding educational and community environment. In fact, sustainability does not simply mean whether something can last. It addresses how particular initiatives can be developed without compromising the development of others in the surrounding environment, now and in the future [1]. Sustainable leadership is one of the most valued characteristics that employers and stakeholders are looking for, especially in this new fast changing market. Having a good Leadership sense is essential for the success of a company and for its collaborative working environment. Leadership is usually linked with sustained learning, success, diversity, capacity and maintaining a continuous development of other team members and coworkers. However, various authors are debating and discussing how we define good and sustainable leadership and what we expect from a leader to do, but few of them are raising the question how we can build and create leaders?. We present in this paper an overview of leadership definition and the challenges set by this important and complex concept. We propose a vision based on four pillars to create an adequate environment to build leaders. We present and describe our perspective on what we need to provide and establish as a company or a community in order to create an effective team of leaders in the perspective of the new requirements of the market and the expectations of companies.
Publisher PiscoMed Publishing Pte Ltd
Date 2018-12-06
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Human Resources Management and Services; Vol 1, No 1
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2018 Sara HADDOU AMAR

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