Followers would never progress on their journeys if leaders didn't motivate them to go places they might not otherwise go. Organizations take on the personality of their leaders, and followers must be confident that the leader of the organization can be trusted with the outcome of the journey. The leader must be able to attract followers. New leaders can successfully persuade others to trust them, and will evidence other certain behaviors. They themselves will be skilled at trusting, because trusting and trustworthiness enhance each other.
Generally, follower must regularly adhere to the orders and directive of their leaders. While followers also need to follow orders and directives that they don’t like, the ethical challenge is determining when to disobey. The challenge of obedience is a critical ethical issue for followers because obeying directives and orders can make them engage in immoral and illegitimate activities, which they would probably never engage on their own. Some of the major considerations for followers to make in determining when to disobey include whether the order or directive result in unethical behavior and potential consequences for others if the orders are complied with. In addition, they need to examine whether compliance will endanger the objective and health of the entire organization and the necessary steps to take if they decide to disobey the orders or
Future conflict between a person's moral choice and an organization's ethical decisions are most easily addressed as someone seeks to join the organization. If a person is ready to join a company or business, it is important that he (or she) be
This could cause us to make decisions that may not be good in the future. This acting on impulse without thinking can also lead us to make decisions that we will regret and want to take back, affecting how we are seen as leaders and to those we were known as role models. Be sure to always acknowledge the consequences to your actions while ¨hostile” so they do not come back and ruin your reputation. In conclusion, a good leader should have these qualities such as: being able to follow agreements for everyone 's best interest, not making decisions if you are in a hostile mood, and also not being afraid to be disliked because you are taking charge. Take into account that being a good leader may be hard at times but do not be “in fear of being feared” because if you portray these select few qualities then being a leader will be worth it and become an
Once you have identified what you want and what you need to do to get it... you need to be disciplined enough to stick to the plan. A lot of people know what is expected of them, yet rather than making the necessary changes will fall into old habits and then hope it all falls into place. If that's your plan then your dreams will never become a reality. Instead, it's vital that you are passionate about your goals and dreams, so much so that you are willing to go to extreme lengths to avoid sabotaging
They have to keep a clear mind while having to be a quick thinker. They have to be professional and smart all while their lives are being threatened. This may all sound easy, but every veteran knows it not. They know that even one wrong move could get you hurt or even killed. They know that if there is a chance that if something were to go wrong, that they might not ever be able to see their families again.
Whenever people are caught in a dilemma, they always do what protects their reputation. The first thought that comes to mind is which decision will benefit them the most. However, ignoring the disadvantages presented by the dilemma could lead to further consequences. People do not commit to what they truly believe in, but rather make a decision based off of how everyone else would see them. This is seen in The Crucible by Arthur Miller.
Integrity: Showing up and being on time is doing what is right if you need to cancel an appointment do the right thing and call ahead. Personal Courage: Is all of the above by doing the right thing at the right times and following by your word you are showing yourself to be loyal, respectful and all others building your courage to continue in that pattern. It is a waste of other people’s time and can result in consequences due to lack of planning and disorganization. That can cause bad character judgment on you making yourself untrustworthy. I understand everyone has obligations and may become very busy with work but it is important keep track of what you have already planned and try to plan around or call ahead and cancel if needed so your time is organized and managed in a appropriate manner.
Many actions may require consequences, positive or negative; Which we must accept. If we do not take accountability and responsibility for ourselves and our actions, we will never grow as a person. Respect isn’t written out, isn’t said out loud- it’s earned and given. We must respect ourselves and others always. Respect how someone likes to go about their day, how someone dresses, how hard someone has to work to be good at something, or how hard the professors have to work to help us students expand our intelligence.
This is because whenever followers have the option for changes or not, they won’t change. Sometime follower resistance the change not because of they do not want to obey but because they often do not why the change is needed or followers have lack of understanding why the changes are essential to stay success. This makes it difficult them to personally commit to the organizational change. Leaders must make sure all followers feel empowered to help push through the change by giving them an objective measurement or tactic that are accountable for. Therefore followers will feel responsible for making sure that change been done completely and
The same is true for when someone doesn’t give their true best. Effort, doesn’t mean that you have to be the best at something, or that you like doing it, it means that you care about your work and everything you encounter so much that you always strive to do what you can. In generations forward, due to technology, they may think that they don’t need to put work in themselves to get things done, but in reality the world can’t work if no one puts their best foot forward and gets their hands dirty (either literally or
Brooks emphasizes the importance of healthy relationships in mitigating the negative impact of professional setbacks. Knowing your best interest to strive for success, you must be careful not to be blindsided by the high’ stakes work environment and forget yourself. In the article, “The Praise of Dullness,” Brooks sites CEO traits that lead to success such as, attention to detail, persistence, efficiency, analytic thoroughness, and the ability to work long hours. These skills link to success; however, I caution against the attention he places on working long hours, and advise moderation, because this can adversely impact one’s efficiency and