The leader power is uses to reward to get the work done or complete the task/goal. Power is the ability to influence others to attain a goal or engage in a selected behavior. The power of leadership breaks down into coercive, reward, legitimate, expert, and referent. The leader will use different powers kept the follows on topic and engage to the goal. The leader/follower situation framework contains the elements: leader, follower, and situation.
160). . If the task structure is good, the group goal will be more clear, follower may have a clear idea to approach the goal. In the construct, the task structure is ambiguous or complicated, the followers may have difficulties to complete the task and it may also cause difficulties for leader to lead. Lastly, the leader position power factor is refer to the amount of the authority and power that a leader's have in their position(1964, p. 161).
It is also the process of governing choices made by persons or lower organism among alternative forms of voluntary activity (Vroom, 64). 1.1 Importance of Motivation Motivation is very important for an organization due to its benefits that it is able to bring. First of all, motivation can improve the performance level of employee. The ability to do work and willingness to do work both affect
Once there is an aim, there is purpose and fulfilling that purpose increases performance as there is realization of achieving success. IMPORTANCE OF SETTING GOALS Goal setting is tremendously important as it can guide and direct behavior. For example, if an employee sets a goal that he/she wants the Best Employee of the Year Award then he/she will have increased commitment to improving their performance and role in the company by taking on greater challenges and responsibilities so as to grasp the attention of his/her boss and hopefully receive the nomination. Similarly goals can also be set by employees to provide challenges and
• Culture: By being a good leader, I will be able to develop a culture in our team where I can motivate my team members to let then try and achieve personal mastery. This in return will create a happy positive team which can outperform the expectations of the
Additionally, being highly organized can helps to get things done and works in support of organizational goals by keeping your team motivated towards the continued success of organization by keeping the team motivated towards the continued success of the organization. As an example, workers work hard because that is their job. However, workers work much harder when they feel that everything organized. Certainly, achievement depends on exertion, but achievement depends on organizing as well. In conclusion, identifying, developing, and retaining talents are the fundamental skill of a leader.
Contingency theories put forth the idea that the success of a leader hinges on the specific situation at hand. A situation can be proven effective based on the leader or the leadership style attached. The factors that would determine this would include the task, the personality of the leader and the composition of the group that is meant to be led. Its basic assumption is that leadership-success or failure – is situational. There are a number of sub-theories that fall under the general contingency umbrella.
(2010) found that work attitude of employees has a positive impact on job satisfaction, which would lead to improved moral and performance in the workplace. Yukl (2010) emphasise that transformational leadership behaviours have motivational effects on employees or team members. According to Yukl (2010), effective leadership style influence team members or employees in three key ways; by influencing employees or
Transformational leadership is important for effective management, as the efficiency of the leader will determine the ultimate success of an organisation (Mokgolo, Mokgolo, & Modiba, 2012). Transformational leaders affect their followers, who then later feel trust, respect, loyalty and admiration towards the leader, being inspired to do more and beyond what is expected from them (Antonakis, 2012; Avolio,
It also becomes the source of maximizing the affinity to the organization, which ultimately leads to the enthusiasm of the employee about organizational goals. Internal recruitment makes sure that company choose best possible employee internally, which ultimately contribute to achieve strategic goals of organization. Long-run productive and profitable organizational goals increases the importance and need of retaining existing employees. The cost effectiveness is not only the criteria of selecting a candidate internally but it also becomes time saving to select a candidate from already developed pool of candidate. And selecting the candidate from internally developed pool will become a catalyst to upsurge the morale and motivation of employees which leads to the high performanceHeraty and Morley