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Title:POVEZANOST STILOV VODENJA IN ZADOVOLJSTVA ZAPOSLENIH NA CENTRIH ZA SOCIALNO DELO
Authors:Kotnik, Valerija (Author)
Kovač, Jurij (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Magistrsko delo je sestavljeno iz dveh delov. Teoretični del je usmerjen v pridobivanje znanja s področja vodenja in opredelitev najodmevnejših teorij vodenja, na podlagi katerih so se kasneje v praksi razvili mnogi modeli in stili vodenja. Proučili in definirali smo zadovoljstvo in nezadovoljstvo zaposlenih. Za boljše razumevanje zadovoljstva smo predstavili najpomembnejše teorije zadovoljevanja potreb človeka in dejavnike, ki vplivajo na zadovoljstvo zaposlenih pri delu. Vse to je pripomoglo h kvalitetnejši analizi in interpretaciji dobljenih podatkov. Na podlagi proučevane literature smo se odločili, da bosta predmet proučevanja magistrskega dela avtoritativni in participativni stil vodenja. V okviru empiričnega dela smo izvedli raziskavo na centrih za socialno delo v Sloveniji. V raziskavi je sodelovalo 119 zaposlenih z 11 centrov za socialno delo. Iz podatkov, ki smo jih pridobili z izvedbo ankete, smo ugotovili, da na centrih za socialno delo prevladuje participativni stil vodenja, ki se izraža npr. v zanimanju vodje za predloge sodelavcev za izboljšave, pri čemer vodja tudi sam aktivno sodeluje, v tem, da gradi na osebnih odnosih, vzpodbuja skupinsko odločanje, timsko delo, ustvarjalnost in samoiniciativnost, v zagotavljanju informacij za dobro opravljanje delovnih nalog ipd. Nadalje smo potrdili, da stil vodenja vpliva na zadovoljstvo zaposlenih, čeprav je povezanost med njima šibka. Pa vendar je zadovoljstvo zaposlenih toliko večje, če vodja uporablja participativni stil vodenja, in toliko manjše, če uporablja avtoritativni stil vodenja. Izkazalo se je tudi, da so zaposleni na splošno pri delu zelo zadovoljni, ravno tako so zelo zadovoljni z načinom vodenja svojega nadrejenega. Rezultati, ki so se nanašali na dejavnike zadovoljstva pri delu in pomembnost njihovega vpliva na zadovoljstvo zaposlenih, so pokazali, da na zadovoljstvo zaposlenih pri delu najpomembneje vplivajo zadovoljstvo z delom, zadovoljstvo s sodelavci, zadovoljstvo s stalnostjo zaposlitve, zadovoljstvo s pravočasnimi in vsebinsko ustreznimi informacijami, zadovoljstvo s svobodo in samostojnostjo pri delu itd., in da so razlike v pomembnosti vpliva posameznega dejavnika zelo majhne.
Keywords:teorije vodenja, stili vodenja, participativni in avtoritativni stil vodenja, teorije zadovoljevanja potreb, zadovoljstvo zaposlenih, nezadovoljstvo zaposlenih, dejavniki zadovoljstva pri delu
Year of publishing:2015
Publisher:[V. Kotnik]
Source:Maribor
UDC:331.101.32:005.6(043.2)
COBISS_ID:2086820 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:XEDZBRYL
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Language:English
Title:RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEADERSHIP STYLES AND EMPLOYEES´ SATISFACTION AT CENTRES FOR SOCIAL WORK
Abstract:Master's thesis is divided into two parts. The theoretical part is focused on the acquisition of knowledge in the field of leadership and definition of the most influential leadership theories upon which later on many models and leadership styles were developed in practice. We explored and defined the satisfaction and dissatisfaction of employees. For better understanding of the term satisfaction, we presented the most important needs theories and employee job satisfaction factors. All of this contributed to a higher quality of analysis and interpretation of the collected data. Based on a literature review, we decided to explore authoritative and participative leadership style. The empirical part is based on a survey conducted at the centers for social work in Slovenia. The study involved 119 employees from 11 centers for social work. According to the data obtained from the survey, we found out that the dominant leadership style at centres for social work is participative leadership style, which major characteristics are for example the interest of leader for employees proposals for improvements, in which the leader himself is actively involved, leaders' work on building strong personal relationships and his encouragement of group decision-making, teamwork, creativity and self-initiative, and providing information for the proper performance of duties, etc. Furthermore, we confirmed that the leadership style has impact on employee satisfaction, although the relationship between them is weak. Employee satisfaction is even greater if the leader uses participative leadership style and even less smaller if he uses authoritative leadership style. It was shown that employees are generally very satisfied at work, and they are also very satisfied with the way they are led. The results related to job satisfaction factors and the importance of their impact on employees satisfaction at work showed that employee satisfaction at work is largely influenced by satisfaction with work, satisfaction with coworkers, satisfaction with the continuity of employment, satisfaction with relevant information provided on time, satisfaction with the freedom and autonomy at work, etc., but the difference in the significance of importance of each factor is very small.
Keywords:leadership theories, leadership styles, participative and authoritative leadership style, needs theory, employee satisfaction, employee dissatisfaction, job satisfaction factors


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