Correlation of Reflexiveness with Management Style
G. P. Geranushkina, S. K. Malakhaeva
The results of the empirical research aimed at studying management activity reflexiveness are presented. Reflexiveness is defined as subject’s psychic character that can be more or less developed depending on the complexity of a subject’s reflection and working out information used by subjects in any social communication. Management is a complex multilevel process yielding a system of mirror reversals of thought and actions of interacting subjects, which influences activity managing in general. The research included the participants of the federal program of senior executives training in education and health care (heads of schools and colleges, chief physicians, deputy chief physicians). The data revealing peculiarities of the correlation of reflexiveness type and level with process parameters of management activity are analyzed.
reflexiveness, management style, perspective reflection, retrospective reflection, situational reflection, communication reflection