Motivation and Employee Effectiveness in Online Learning Environments: Leadership Strategies of New Generation and Emotional Intellect

Nail Israfilov, Oksana Borisova, Oxana Kartashova, Nataliia Davydova, Galia Biserova, Aleksandr Gryaznukhin

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The article aims at analyzing the impact of leadership technologies and emotional intellect within the motivation systems in educational organizations in the EU and CIS countries on employee effectiveness in online learning environments. During research implementation, it has been also identified the direct relationship be-tween these technologies and profitability of these organizations. The research has shown that the issue of effective motivation and incentive system which would ensure a real professional development for the employees of educational organizations and makes the organization a leading one is of rather in-depth conceptual character and needs development of an adequate employee strategy by using more contemporary methods of influencing them. The achieved results are unique and can be used within the study of the issues related to online learning and motivation as of employees of educational organizations, so as employees in overall in their professional activity.

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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