Running Head: INTERVENTIONS 1
Intervention leadership is described as the process by which a leader (at any level of seniority) tailors behaviors and deploys resources to monitor intervention participants, facilitate intervention practices, and achieve intervention goals in the form of organizational health interventions.
A growing body of evidence shows that management leadership is associated with a variety of positive and negative outcomes related to safety and health in the workplace. Although some organizations have leaders, few experts consider leadership training to be a successful intervention. This may be due to the complexity of such research and the high cost. This issue of the special issue of Work & Stress examines research that links leadership to individual well-being and safety in organizations. This includes research on leadership style, brutal observation, and organizational integrity.
Leadership is the process of working with team members to work on the growth of the company and seek change in order to introduce, discuss and analyze problems and make decisions in collaboration with the team members. Company should use its transformational leadership skills not only for the company, but also to educate trusted industry players. It is very important to educate team members on how to deal with future obstacles like this in order to make decisions for the good and the vision of the company.
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