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Empirical study on the influence of emotional leadership on business performance in the fashion industry - Focused on the moderating effects of organizational culture -
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Empirical study on the influence of emotional leadership on business performance in the fashion industry - Focused on the moderating effects of organizational culture -
Kim, Sook-Hee; Yang, Dong-Woo;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to assess whether the emotional leadership of the CEO of a fashion company has a significant influence on corporate performance. In this study, a survey was conducten on employees of fashion companies from August 1 to 30, 2015, and 350 copies of questionnaires were collected and used for analysis. Factor analysis, reliability analysis, and regression analysis were employed to analyze the data using SPSS software (ver. 21.0). According to the study results, if a fashion company CEO has higher emotional leadership, it leads to an increase in the job satisfaction and performance of the staff members, and an improvement in new product performance thanks to more investment and development and an expanded R&D staff. Additionally, the higher emotional leadership of the CEO contributes to an increase in operating profits, sales, and market share. Therefore, the importance of organizational culture was confirmed by its regulation effect on the emotional leadership and management performance of a fashion company. According to the results of this study, the emotional leadership of a CEO plays an important role in improving the performance of a fashion company, and future studies are needed to identify how to enhance the corporate performance of a fashion company from various perspectives.
 Keywords
emotional leadership;organizational culture;management performance;task performance;new product performance;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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The organizational culture, psychological empowerment, and organizationefficiency in fashion companies, The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, 2016, 24, 2, 198  crossref(new windwow)
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