IMPACT OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP STYLE ON THE COMMITMENT AND MOTIVATION OF THE EMPLOYEE IN ORGANIZATION
Keywords:Transformational Leadership Style, Commitment and Motivation, The Employee, Organization, employee engagement, transformation styles.
Motivation may be defined as an interaction between management and encouraging individuals to enhance their overall benefit by providing them with objectives based on their inadequacy. Managers must clearly encourage workers to get the outcomes needed for the business. It may also be stated that motivation is created, that it is deliberately given, that it includes many parties and Motivational theories are designed to anticipate action. Herzberg and Maslow theory is now presumably one of the major scientists in this field. The main purpose of this study was to assess the impact on employee motivation and employer level of alteration and transactional leadership styles. This assessment will show the outcome of transactional and transformation approaches on employee motivation and staff involvement. It will assist you develop which types of leadership influence extremely positively on employee involvement and commitment. This enables organisational management to understand better which of the two leadership styles may have a good effect on services. It is decided to be highly linked and critical of employee engagement approaches as seen by staff. It has been found that the transformation styles of leadership, as seen by workers, are strongly linked with the motivation of the employee. And transactional leadership styles such as employees can be clearly associated with the employee engagement and are profoundly critical. Transactional management as seen by employees is clearly related and particularly important to the motivation of the employees.