Managerial styles associated with public health leadership competencies

Kriachkova, L.V. and Simon, K.I. and Borvinko, E.V. and Hyrenko, L.A. and Ustimchuk, O.V. (2023) Managerial styles associated with public health leadership competencies. Wiadomości Lekarskie Medical Advances (4). p. 874. ISSN ISSN 0043-5147 E-ISSN 2719-342

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The leading managerial styles associated with public health leadership competencies are supportive, problem-solving, and normative styles. Since every leader uses a different combination of managerial styles, with the help of factor analysis it was determined that the leading factors related to management and contributing to the acquisition of a sufficient level of public health leadership competencies include: support in problem-solving, practical ingenuity, flexibility and ideas generation (total factor loading = 65.6%). Leadership competencies in public health, which are formed under the influence of these factors, can be formed based on the natural abilities of the individual, with the help of targeted influence, both of the person himself (self-improvement, self-study, etc.) and):

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Key words: public health, leadership competencies, managerial styles
Subjects: Social medicine, organization and health economics
Divisions: Faculty of Postgraduate Education > Department of social medicine, public health and health care management
University periodicals > Medical perspectives
Depositing User: Ирина Медведева
Date Deposited: 24 Oct 2023 12:00
Last Modified: 24 Oct 2023 12:00

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