A leader must know and understand their core values such as, authenticity, passion, service, humor, growth and learning. Successful leaders are genuine and make it safe for followers to speak-up. They make decisions for the common good, communicate expectations, challenge their teams, are accountable, lead by example, reward and provide continuous feedback. I truly believe that successful leadership can be seen through their followers who see and communicate the same vision. Leadership is about being versatile and being flexible enough to be both extroverted and introverted when situation calls for it.
Another base for a strong leadership is to bring out all the capabilities of your people by making them enjoy the team spirit. A good leader should seek responsibility and take responsibility for his actions. Also the leader should ensure that the tasks given are u... ... middle of paper ... ...itive attitude At last all the leaders should have a positive attitude towards their people and work. Also positive communication should be kept as it helps to create loyalty and mutual exchange of ideas and attitudes. For me leadership means more than just being called a leader.
How do you define leadership? I define leadership as to have the drive to nurture and make a positive difference to motivate your employees also to engage in good communication skills. Learn to contribute our knowledge, skills, creativity and talent to create an atmosphere where brilliant minds can stand united. Try to see things from the other person’s point of view and acknowledge their feelings because they are counting on you to get things done as a leader. Self-assurance and they should be held to a very high standard when making decisions.
These behavioral traits are essential in being a successful leader. Organizations need leaders that can work with their employees, build team work and be open to new ideas, (Lawler, 2003). In order for progress to be made, employees need to believe in their leader, and in turn, the leader needs to believe in their employees. Trust is obtained through mutual respect, building that bond of commitment to insure organizational success, (Lawler, 2003). The employees will follow a leader that promotes a positive attitude and enjoys expressing their ideas and stories.
I believe the assessment is accurate its scoring, as I like to provide more structure and direction to my followers, by organizing their work and giving them definitive responsibilities and instructions. However, I also consider myself to be a warm leader who can motivating and encourage followers while also building up confidence and trust. It is important for a leader to be able to have a balance of both technical and relationship skill. The text describes this type of leader as one that is a team management type of leader (Northouse & SAGE, 2016, p.
Personal Profile Yi- Feng Yang (2016) and Ganos and Galla (2013) state that to lead others you should know yourself very well and what leadership skill you attain. Change of leadership helps to bring up leadership trust and change commitment. Leadership models and styles are defined as trust, admiration, loyalty, respect and integrity. Originality and value in a leader show different opportunities of styles such as engaging, goal-oriented and involvement. To be precise, these leadership styles demonstrate good characteristics of a leader displaying good leadership skills.
It is important to find the right balance between listening and doing. Application of transformational leadership to motivate and empower staff Transformational leadership is an appropriate leadership style to motivate and empower staff as it encompasses charisma, inspiring employees, challenging employees and allowing employees to achieve their long-term goals in a personalised manner. It is one of the most inspiring leadership styles. These leaders facilitate conversations between major stakeholders of the organisation. Should any problems arise in an organisation with transformational leadership, I believe that it will be dealt with swiftly and in a manner beneficial to everyone.
The Difference in Leadership Introduction ============ Leadership is an influence process. It might be thought of as the ability to motivate others into following and understanding the role they play in an organisation, as well as what the overall strategy of the business is, with the interest of achieving organisational goals. If this is done correctly then high levels of motivation, empowerment, commitment and performance should result. It is equally important for a leader to be trustworthy, Viscount Slim describes leadership as being : “The quality which makes people trust you”. It is important in every leadership role that the leader be as effective as possible in order to work those people he is responsible for to their full potential.
A good example of a good one is transactional leader that has a vision expressed as an idealization goal to be used for leading the group, and a since of mission and trust. According to (Robbins & Judge, 2015) transactional leader is “a leader who guide or motivate their followers in the direction of established goals by clarifying role and task requirements”. Leaders should formulate detailed plans, create efficient organizational structures and oversees day-to-day operation. Using supportive leadership will result in high performance, high satisfaction level, and high productivity of employees by performing structured tasks. A good leadership should also build a bond to let the team follow by communicating properly, using passion for enthusiasm, and maintaining an optimistic view.
Fron-runners should have the know-how to head workers successfully. Leaders see the uniqueness of each worker and pay attention to their value. Employee’s morals and viewpoints should clearly add to achievable outcomes. Inclusive leadership entail workers that are uncomplaining and free to acquiring important information and willing to develop personal relationships (Hollander, n.d.). Networking should be the Inclusive leader’s way of establishing quality relationships with other workers.