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Human Resources Framework: One Of The Human Resource Framework

A. The Human Resources Framework
The human resources framework is one of the four framework approaches identified by Bolman & Deal; this frame regards people’s skills, attitudes, energy, and commitment. The human resource frame defends the ideas that organizations can be stimulating, rewarding, and productive (Bolman, & Deal, 1991). The human resources framework focuses on leadership styles of support, advocate and empowerment, and provides efficient and transformative change for your organization by addressing human issues, leading to greater accomplishment of goals and better individual, team, and organizational performance. The leaders increase participation, support, share information, and transfer decision making down to employees in the
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Servant leadership is a philosophy and set of practices that augments the lives of individuals, builds better organizations, and creates a more just and caring world, they put the team first, and themselves second (MindTools, 2015). Servant leaders are able to demonstrate their traits through interaction with followers and other leaders within the organization. The characteristics of servant leaders include their commitment to the growth of people, stewardship, and building community, and provide leaders with the opportunity to experience change and to invite followers to change (Savage-Austin & Honeycutt 2011). Servant leadership encourages leaders and followers to ‘raise one another to higher levels of motivation and morality’, and set their leadership focus: follower’s first, organizations second, their own needs last (Sendjaya, Sarros, & Santora, 2008). The servant leader focuses on the needs of others to include team members. They acknowledge people’s perspectives, and give them the support needed to meet their goals. Servant leaders involve members when decisions are appropriate helping build a stronger commitment within the team. Strong qualities of servant leadership are trust, appreciation for others, and empowerment. Honesty and integrity form the moral foundation of effective leadership through the four values of truth telling, promise…show more content…
Servant leadership expresses that personal values of leaders lead from their values and beliefs, while meeting the needs of others. The leader concentrates on changes to include increased truth, better teamwork and cooperation, improved leadership skill, along with high levels of trust (Russell, 2001). The human resources framework focuses on leadership styles of support, advocate and empowerment, and provides efficient and transformative change for your organization by addressing human issues, leading to greater accomplishment of goals and better individual, team, and organizational performance. Servant leadership styles easily covert over to the human resources framework, and give a manager more tools to become more effective for both the employees and the
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