Leadership: is inspiring and guiding others to realize a vision within the parameters set by an organization. This inspiration becomes a shared effort, a shared vision, and a shared success. Organizational behavior: is the way individuals think and behave within organizations, as well as the effect the behavior has on the organization. Organizational Culture: encompasses various beliefs, values, customs that govern the operating style of the people within the organization, thus drawing them together while providing direction. While culture can be advantageous, it can also be challenging when the organization is seeking a change as the employees are accustomed to doing things in a certain way.
Explain the role of the leader in the context of…show more content… This process is based on the following common elements. Vision: developing a clearly defined vision is crucial. Once developed, you can inspire your team as you now have shared common goal which will direct their efforts. Motivation: through motivation, a leader harnesses the energy and potential of their team, guiding them to achieve the objectives. Service: an effective leader humbles them self to be of service to their team. They must have and feel the supported. The leader must readily offer the tools needed to do their jobs well. It is also rewarding to be recognized for their efforts. 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. True leadership is about working just as one of the team members if needed to reach a common goal. I will also add that a true leader has no problem taking responsibility when something is wrong, and…show more content… Communication goes both ways in that listening is as important as speaking. 2Vision: is important in that leadership knows the direction they want the team to go and how to get them there. 3Confident/Poise: confidence is contagious which draws in people. 4Empathy: exudes a genuine concern, guiding employees through challenges. 5“Decisiveness: there times when tough decisions must be made. This process requires firmness, authority and finality that will not please everyone. They also know when not to act unilaterally but instead foster collaborative decision making [Economy, P. (2014)].” 6Accountability: is taking on responsibility for everyone 's performance, including their own. It also includes acknowledging team members responsible in success, not taking the credit as the lead. 7Transparency: This trait helps eliminate the surprise factor employees want a stable environment, they want to be a part of a culture that puts forth the truth. 8Mentorship: This trait is investing time and energy building self-reliance, independence and growth. It is being open to nurture and develop your team… developing today’s talent into tomorrow’s leaders. 10Fairness: This trait levels the playing field treating your team in a consistent, impartial, objective fashion. When working in this type of environment employees will tend to offer their loyalty and dedication in return. 9Flexibility: this trait is about leaders