The global human society is confronted with many complicated and interwoven social and psychological difficulties to manage human civilization successfully. Preemptive concepts such as social perspective, leadership, and change in society are being considered by scholars when studying educational research. The reason behind this recognition is that all these factors-social and psychological well-being, organizational structure, and leadership-are all linked together. Leadership is ultimately responsible for the well-being of people's social fabric, human capital production, and the development and maintenance of social and psychological well-being. People are compelled to follow leaders in every element of their lives because of their significant influence on the workplace, politics, and shared life difficulties. The recognition that the growth of human resources is significantly tied to their well-being and brought to life ambitions results in the development of a holistic thinking approach to problem-solving. Moreover, the rise of industrialization led to having a significant impact on society; the leader's function has become significantly more critical in the modern workplace. As a result, the topic of human social construction and deconstruction components through a leadership lens should be brought under the purview of academic discourses to aid in their understanding. This chapter discusses individuals' interrelated nature, society, organization, leadership, influence, and powers to construct or destruct society. The combination of these variables has severe social and psychological ramifications and consequences when understood and applied internationally, which should be discussed in academic forums.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSocial Morphology, Human Welfare, and Sustainability
PublisherSpringer International Publishing
Number of pages19
ISBN (Print)9783030967604
Publication statusPublished - 8 Jul 2022


  • Individuals
  • Leaders
  • Organizations
  • Social psychology
  • Societies
  • Well-being


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