Improving The Daily Practices Of Attention Connection To Others And Tension, Stress Reduction For Developing Leaders Capabilities

Elmaloul, AhmedHassanAli (2016) Improving The Daily Practices Of Attention Connection To Others And Tension, Stress Reduction For Developing Leaders Capabilities. Magister thesis, Universitas Brawijaya.


nature of leadership is effect of relationship between people. Frequently leaders and those who are able to control people to take action directed towards achieving goals and objectives of specific thoughts. While many books and countless scientific researches investigate personal characteristics, traits, and skills of leaders had been written, it has done little to understand and transfer ways in which an individual might go for cultivation of se virtues; which is often said to include charisma and empathy, communication skills, and o rs, research deals with impact on individual level of a set of integrated development leader techniques daily physical practices in daily activities such as walking, sitting, and driving a car based on basic principles of Japanese art of Aikido. se daily practices to address three abilities at individual level, which is believed to be important for development leaders capability have been designed: (a) keep focus of attention focus, (b) establishment and maintenance of real connections to o r people, and (c) reduce tension and stress. This paper goes beyond traditional research in leadership studies that mostly discussing personal characteristics, qualities, and skills of prominent leader examining process of cultivating those capabilities. This project replicates work of Rakoff in 2010 and it test in Libyan Oil Companies. In particular, this paper examines whe r on leader model constructed by Rakoff 2010 is applicable in different cultural background. In order to lessen bias from Rakoff`s model, current study is set in similar scene i.e. using five participants. participants were asked to apply practices during period of 12 weeks. researcher makes evaluations and reviews progress of participants. participants were asked to share ir experience in implementation of project.

Item Type: Thesis (Magister)
Identification Number: TES/FIA/2016/658.409 4/041604358
Subjects: 600 Technology (Applied sciences) > 658 General management > 658.4 Executive management
Divisions: S2/S3 > Magister Administrasi Bisnis, Fakultas Ilmu Administrasi
Depositing User: Nur Cholis
Date Deposited: 30 Jun 2016 12:55
Last Modified: 30 Jun 2016 12:55
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