A REVIEW PAPER ON THE IMPACT OF LEADERSHIP IN PRIVATE SECTOR OF AFGHANISTAN
The purpose of this study is to explore how leadership affects in public sector employee engagement, organizational ethical climate, and public sector reform, of many public enterprises. Leadership, some were motivated to institutionalize and embed the servant leader behaviors, and were committed to change efforts. The net result was a groundswell of employee engagement, continuation of the self-serving ethical climate by long-serving public sector employees and a rejection of this climate by newly recruited employees, and significant reform (revision of all maritime legislation, restructuring of the enterprise, enhanced service delivery, and international recognition). Public services is one of the strategic issues for civil services to be actualized in terms of gaining public trust. To that end, an effective leader is a significant factor. On discoursing effective leadership, the ideal leadership standard should also be discussed so that the debate on effective leadership will always arise. This research was intended to present the ideal standard of effective leadership more deeply as well as to link the urgency of effective leadership in the public service more specifically. In applying a variety of strategies to create high quality public service, an effective leader must broaden his/her perspective on the meaning of good public service and be able to build a shared vision of public service.
Leadership, Public Sector.