From the above sampled respondents regarding staff men supporting their wives in leadership development and participation, both men and women allude to men’s involvement, encouragement and relevant support for staff wives to explore their leadership potential. This is one of the reasons the Bible has given headship (leadership) to a man in a nuclear family set-up. “A major function of all leadership is the selection of rising leaders”. If this is driven from a more intentional leadership perspective and culture change, we are likely to see more strategic leadership appointments, participation and input from staff women, which will eventually benefit the match needed strategic leadership needs in world missions and the fulfillment of the great commission. It is practitioners who can build leaders who are empowered (Adadevoh 2014).
Through the effective application of these leadership characteristics, the study participants reported feelings of empowerment that contributed to a healing environment, positive employee engagement and organizational commitment. The study findings correlated well with the Leadership Roles discussed by Marquis (2014) in the areas of being a Mentor, Energizer, Buffer, Role Model, Coach, Influencer and Problem
"Leaders must continually challenge themselves to consider not only undesirable situations but also what their role is in creating environments where bad things happen" Subrat Panda. (2016, pg. 67) 2. Preparation: Forming a crisis management team to help identify weak points and develop appropriate counteractions. Provide the proper resources, support materials to meet the potential needs of a crisis
When an individual is so aware of their leadership style they are able to change and shape it accordingly and be able to adapt to any environment. This in its self is so powerful and can make huge improvements within the department and all around make an individual a better nurse. The author has taken several quizzes that help identify positive and negative assets that will show who one is as a leader,
All of this is applicable to a modern business environment as well. In challenging times, only a good leader can keep corporate spirit alive, employees calm and brought together, and eventually lead company successfully through it. Effective crisis leadership can rescue an organization from chaos and deliver opportunities where before there were only disadvantages. Organizations that successfully handle crisis situations can come out of them stronger and with greater employee, customer, and community loyalty than existed prior to the crisis. Leaders must look deep into the crisis for such opportunities that not only benefit the organization but also raise the potential for individual achievement among the organization’s
This quality determines the success of becoming an individual in the role of a leader. Setting shared goals and values and controlling the adherence of followers to these goals is one of the primary leadership qualities (DuBrin, 2015). Moreover, each leader should be able to analyze and understand own character to have the opportunity for high-quality use of strengths and minimizing the influence of weaknesses on the management of the organization. In this regard, for the investigation of my personal characteristics, preferences and positive qualities, I have passed five leadership tests, and have analyzed the results in this
Carsten, Uhl-Bien and McGregor (2010) discovered that followers who worked with empowering leaders were more likely to be proactive and participative in the public and private sectors. The inference from the research showed that there existed positive relationship between participant’s leadership and subordinates. This work combined both public and private organizations in Pakistan with participants from different organizations but the researcher want to use only one organization in Ghana which is rare. As public organizations come under increasing pressure to change and innovate (Fernandez & Rainy, 2006), more research is needed to understand how leaders should relate to subordinates positively in order to gain the subordinates affection for organization to serve its stakeholders better. In spite of these attention is being paid to research in this aspect is still very limited 1.2 Purpose of the Study The purpose of the study is to examine the leader behavior and subordinates acceptance of leader: Application of Path-goal theory in Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority in Ghana.
In some cases, intelligence may actually inhibit leadership effectiveness, as highlighted in Fiedler’s cognitive resources theory (as cited in Riggio, 2010, p. 1), when a leader is less likely to perform in a time of crisis due to their focus on problem solving rather than the task at hand. But ultimately, it is Goleman who sums up the leadership-intelligence relationship by
The crisis management plan details the responsibilities in the event of a crisis of key individuals and unit heads within the organization. A crisis is not something you hope to experience, however if one were to strike, you would want your organization to have as much experience as possible in order to manage it quickly and effectively. In contrast to risk management, which involves assessing potential threats and finding the best ways to avoid those threats, crisis management involves dealing with threats before, during, and after they have occurred. It’s natural to think of a crisis in enormous terms, physical catastrophe, international conflict, or sudden failure. But in practice, a crisis is any high-consequence event that has the potential to threaten an organization’s existence, value, reputation, or ability to operate.