How to Measure Organization Health (an overview of Organizational Health)

Sri Astuti, Astuti (2017) How to Measure Organization Health (an overview of Organizational Health). 8th Pedagogy International Seminar 2017 Enhancement Of Pedagody In Cultural Diversity Towards Excellence In Education. ISSN 978-967-5580-04-8

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ABSTRACT Organization health is an organization that understands what its basic needs are and is able to survive from outside interference even able to achieve the mission set. Talking about a healthy organization must take into account the differences of each organization's organizational goals, how individual goals, especially organizational goals that are accommodated by leadership in applied organizational management. Organizational management is an activity undertaken to organize, manage and make a healthy organization. Success in the management of an institution especially in the field of education, leaders who have personal characteristics that meet the criteria such as honest, transparent, intelligent, creative, tenacious, patient and friendly become the hope for every citizen in the organization. The complex organizational dynamics must also occur in the educational environment. Especially for educated citizens, the leadership style of the educational organization has a major role to the formation and character of the organization running. Organizations considered healthy not only can run well in accordance with the corridor, but also visible from the availability of goods support, money, representative buildings, reliable teachers, and other logistics. Creating a comfortable working environment through interpersonal communication is a key task for every leader including with The emotional factors, Emotional intelligence, Academic, and The correlation. A healthy organization should have a smooth communication channel formed from interactions among the organization's citizens, top leaders, co-workers, subordinates, and the surrounding environment. Keywords: organizational health; organizational management; personal caracteristics; leadership style; creating a comfortable work environment

Item Type: Article
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Depositing User: Dr Sri Astuti Astuti
Date Deposited: 23 Jul 2018 05:32
Last Modified: 23 Jul 2018 05:32

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