STK Liderlerini Örgütsel ve Sosyal Psikoloji ile Karşılaştırmak Çevrenin Korunmasında Sivil Toplumun Rolü

Sivil toplum kuruluşları (STK'lar) toplumun yönetiminde ve işleyişinde artan bir role sahiptir. Son otuz yıldır, STK'lara olan akademik ilgi, çalışma, bakım, ağ işleri ve özellikleri bakımından sayılarının artmasıyla birlikte yoğunlaşmıştır. Bu çalışmada, sivil toplumdaki liderliğin özelliklerini örgütsel ve sosyal psikoloji perspektifinden inceleyeceğim. Benim hipotezim, örgütsel kültür algısı, duygusal zeka kalıpları, dayanıklılık ve liderlik tarzı alanlarında uzmanlaşmış STK'ların liderliğini ayırt edebiliriz. Bu çalışmanın temel sorusu, çevre koruma sektöründe çalışan STK liderlerinin ekonomik veya kültürel alanda çalışan STK liderlerinden örgütsel ve sosyal psikolojik boyutlarda farklılık gösterip göstermediğidir. Bu ankete, altı farklı faaliyet profili kapsamını temsil eden altmış bir STK katıldı. Sonuçlar, belirli profillerin temsilcilerinin farklı kurumsal kültür boyutları ve değerleri gösterdiğini ve benzersiz duygusal zeka kalıpları sergilediğini gösteriyor. Liderlik araçlarının ve tarzının kullanılmasıyla ilgili olarak, liderler işbirliği ve ikna etmeyi belirtmişlerdir; ve dayanıklılık durumunda, tüm meslek alanlarının liderlerinden ortalama olarak yüksek puanlar aldık. Ayrıca, düşük özgüven, kendini gerçekleştirme, ortaklara bağlılık, kişilerarası ilişkiler yanında ortalamanın üzerinde, toplamda yüksek direnç puanlarının öne çıktığı çevre koruma alanında çalışan STK'ların karakteristik özelliklerini belirlemeyi başardım. ve diğer STK liderlerine kıyasla esneklik.

Comparing NGO Leaders Through Organizational and Social Psychology: The Role of Civil Society for Environmental Protection

Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have an increasing role in the management and workings of society. For the past three decades, academic interest in NGOs has intensified in tandem with the increase of their number with regards to their workings, maintenance, net-works, and characteristics. In this study, I will explore the characteristics of leadership in civil society from the perspective of organizational and social psychology. My hypothesis is that we can distinguish between the leadership of specialized NGOs in the areas of organizational cul-ture perception, emotional intelligence patterns, resilience and leadership style. A central ques-tion to this study remains whether leaders of NGOs who work in the sector of environmental protection show divergence in organizational and social psychological dimensions from the leaders of NGOs that work in the economic or cultural sphere. Sixty-one NGOs participated in this survey, representing six different scope of activity profiles. The results show that repre-sentatives of certain profiles show different organizational culture dimensions and values, and display unique emotional intelligence patterns. With regards to the deployment of leadership tools and style, leaders indicated cooperation and persuasion; and in case of resilience, we received on average high scores with leaders of all occupational areas. I also managed to iden-tify the characteristic features of NGOs working in environmental protection, of which above-average, altogether high scores of resilience stand out, besides low levels of self-confidence, self-realization, commitment to partners, interpersonal relationships, and flexibility compared to leaders of other NGOs.

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