Future Tech's New Company President

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The search for Future Tech’s new company president is an important task. As our name implies, we are focused on the future. We have been successful for the past 25 years, but it is now time to usher in a new way of thinking. We not only want to focus on our productivity and profit, but also on the well-being of our employees. Our organization has a goal to change the future of the way that organizations function. Great importance is put on the people of the organization and how we can work together to make our business, as well as our lives, better through our interactions. The new president must represent our company in a way that honors the values and goals that are the mission of the corporation, and have a passion for our ‘back to nature’ vision. In order to become our most successful, our organization needs a president that leads through passion, compassion, and a willingness to think outside the box of what, in the past, has been the definition of leadership.
A good leader understands the work that needs to be done while also being able to relate to the people who help them do the job (Northouse, 2012). Our organization needs a leader that can recognize and adapt to the needs of the followers (Northouse, p.76). He or she must be able to help followers achieve their goals and make sure that tasks are getting done in a timely manner. The job will entail communicating with people from diverse cultures which requires an open and empathic leader. Our new leader needs traits that are not commonly thought of in a leadership context, but are important to the vision of Future Tech. We desire a leader to possess humility, vulnerability, inclusiveness, generosity, balance, patience, and empathy. These qualities are traditi...

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...d compassion. Our main goal is to think outside the box and find a president that shares our vision for a different type of leadership.

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