Leadership Dynamics and Obedience: Examining Their Influence on Caddie Performance in the Workplace

Authors

  • Johni S. Pasaribu
  • Muhaimin Hasanudin
  • Muhathir Muhathir

Keywords:

Leadership dynamics, Obedience, Caddie performance, Workplace environment

Abstract

This study investigates the impact of leadership dynamics and obedience on caddie performance within the workplace setting. Through a comprehensive analysis, we explore how different leadership styles and levels of obedience affect the performance and job satisfaction of caddies in golf clubs and similar environments. Drawing from theories of leadership and organizational behavior, as well as empirical evidence, we uncover the intricate relationship between leadership dynamics, obedience, and caddie performance. The findings offer valuable insights into effective leadership practices and obedience management strategies that can optimize caddie performance and enhance overall workplace dynamics.

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Published

2024-04-24

How to Cite

Johni S. Pasaribu, Muhaimin Hasanudin, & Muhathir Muhathir. (2024). Leadership Dynamics and Obedience: Examining Their Influence on Caddie Performance in the Workplace. International Journal of Economics, Commerce, and Management, 1(1), 16–26. Retrieved from https://international.areai.or.id/index.php/IJECM/article/view/25