The good news is, as a charismatic leader, there is always opportunities and room for improvements. Charismatic leaders must also have a vision of where the organization is headed. In leadership, practice builds confidence because it provides assurance that an aspiring leader can do what needs to done (Northouse, 2012). However, when put in a leadership position you need all the knowledge you can consume about being an effective leader. The leader should monitor the intellectual, mental and personal characteristics of the workers.
That is all part of a leadership which serves the team, and not the opposite. Empathy: this quality that makes possible for the leader put themselves in the place of their team, understanding their concerns and solving problems. Empathy can inspire and establish connections that will ultimately lead to success. Creativity: effective leaders have the ability create an environment that encourages their team to develop their skills, which contribute to the vision and success of the organization. Team building; people management is one of the most difficult responsibilities faced by leaders.
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In identifying strategies to be used to develop the most effective teams, Nurick (1993) suggests that informed selection, skill development, conflict management and leadership appreciation are crucial in the foundation of team development. Interpersonal skills are important when considering potential team members. Since in most cases teams are assembled based on individual technical expertise, team members must be open and tolerant to receiving new information. They need to be able to have an appreciation for a variety of perspectives. These interpersonal skills will be valuable in minimizing team conflict and supporting the need for mutual respect.
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Introduction An important step to becoming an effective leader is to develop effective communication skills. Communication is the transmission of meaning from one person to another or to many people, whether verbally or non-verbally (Barrett, 2006). Effective communication enables leaders to lead. Effective communication occurs only if the receiver understands the exact information or idea that the sender intended to covey. As a leader, studying the communication process is important.
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Abstract The focus of this paper is to show how communication is a very vital and important factor in a team’s success. I will cover how it helps to identify each individual team member’s role. I will discuss how team communication helps everyone in the team to understand the end goal, and I will also discuss how communication is a vital part of project planning within the team. The Importance of Team Communication Team dynamics is the unseen force that pulls and influences a team to act and react in a certain way, according to BusinessKnowledgeSource.com (2003). A good team is the one very important element that makes any company successful.