Employee Well-Being: Leadership Implications Positive and Social Capital

Authors

  • Meri Anjani
  • Nur Fahri

Keywords:

Employee Welfare, Positive Leadership, Social Capital

Abstract

This study aims to explore the impact of positive leadership and social capital on employee well-being in the work environment. Positive leadership is defined as a leadership style that promotes employee motivation, trust, and well-being, while social capital includes the network of social relationships and norms that facilitate cooperation and mutual trust in the workplace. This research uses a quantitative approach by collecting data through surveys of employees in various organizations. Data analysis was carried out using the regression method to identify the relationship between positive leadership variables, social capital and employee well-being. It is hoped that the findings of this study will provide valuable insights for organizations in improving employee well-being through developing positive leadership and strengthening social capital in the workplace.

 

 

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Published

2024-02-20

How to Cite

Meri Anjani, & Nur Fahri. (2024). Employee Well-Being: Leadership Implications Positive and Social Capital. International Journal of Economics, Commerce, and Management, 1(1), 17–23. Retrieved from https://international.areai.or.id/index.php/IJECM/article/view/3