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Inversitageting the Relationship Between Leadership Style of Managers and Their Trust to Subordinates:A Research on Municipalities in Istanbul

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  • Numan Fazil Genc

    (Istanbul Ticaret Universitesi, Sosyal Bilimler Enstitusu, Isletme YUksek Lisans Programı)

  • Nihat Alayoglu

    (School of Business, Istanbul Medipol Universitesi)

Abstract

Both management and leadership concepts and theoretical foundations that are established on this subject, as well as the subject of trust and its dimensions were put excessive emphasis on literature of management and organization and several different studies were conducted on these concepts. However, at this point, the important question comes the mind how will the relationship between style of leadership and the concept of trust will show difference with different styles of leadership. This focus of this study is to discover the answer to this question. The area of this study is consisting of AK Parti (Justice and Government Party) and CHP (Republican People’s Party) municipalities chosen from the convenience sampling method in the district municipalities of Istanbul. Within this context, interviews with twelve different municipalities were held, and 150 people in the executive position within municipalities as chief or higher status has been reached. Ten district municipalities in this questionnaire study consist of six entities linked to AK Parti and four to CHP. This research is limited to these municipalities. As a result of the questionnaire data analysis that have been applied for the executives on management positions; findings were acquired and explanations and evaluations regarding these findings were being made. Key Words: Municipality, Local Governance, Leadership, Lederaship Styles, Management, Trus

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  • Numan Fazil Genc & Nihat Alayoglu, 2016. "Inversitageting the Relationship Between Leadership Style of Managers and Their Trust to Subordinates:A Research on Municipalities in Istanbul," International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147-4478), Center for the Strategic Studies in Business and Finance, vol. 5(2), pages 34-44, Special I.
  • Handle: RePEc:rbs:ijbrss:v:5:y:2016:i:2:p:34-44
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