This entails the leader assisting the team to discover the course to their goals while helping them in the process. It represents four leadership styles: • Directive leaders • Supportive leaders • Participative leaders • Achievement-orientated leaders These are then further matched to either environmental
Adaptive and technical challenges combined and adaptive challenges alone can be remedied with leader behaviors, like regulating distress and protecting leadership voices below, that encourage followers to continue to strive for their best and essentially the good of the organization also. Adaptive Leadership has two focal strengths relevant to this philosophy and validate its inclusion in this analysis. First, this style, unlike other theories, is follower-centered and leaders provide the tools necessary for followers to grow and as a result, the whole organization grows (Northouse, 2016, p.275). Lastly, Adaptive Leadership provides instructional behaviors anyone can learn that can facilitate positive, adaptive change (Northouse, 2016,
The values are the guiding principles in our lives while leadership occurs within the context of core values. The values informed by the application of leadership qualities as the competencies of leadership are activated - learned, developed, and practiced - within the set of core values. As I come to the end of the quarter, my core values are: respecting others regardless of differences; treating others with dignity, empathy and compassion; and the ability to earn the respect of others; making a difference as demonstrated by personal efforts that lead to making a positive impact on individuals, systems, and/or organizations or positively affecting outcomes; integrity as demonstrated by moral courage, ethical strength, and trustworthiness; keeping promises and fulfilling expectations; authenticity as demonstrated by consistency, congruency, and transparency in values, beliefs, and actions; integrating values and principles to create a purposeful life and to contribute to the growth of others; courage as demonstrated by possessing a strength of self to act with intention on behalf of the common good; taking a stand in the face of adversity; acting boldly in the service of inclusion and justice; service as demonstrated by commitment that extends beyond one's own self-interest; personal humility for the sake of a greater cause; humility as demonstrated by a sense of humbleness, dignity and an awareness of one's own limitations; open to perspectives different from one's own; and wisdom as demonstrated by a broad understanding of human dynamics and an ability to balance the interests of multiple stakeholders when making decisions; can take a long-term perspective in
(2005), ethical leaders have honesty, integrity, and trustworthiness. Also, for Brown and Mitchell (2010); Trevino, Brown and Hartman (2003); and Weaver, Trevino, and Agle (2005), ethical leaders communicate high performance expectations, are role models to their employees, use rewards to hold people responsible for appropriate conduct, and treat people fairly and with respect. Thus, through their actions, ethical leaders try to influence their followers’ behavior. Based upon the social exchange theory (Blau 1964), when employees perceive their leader as ethical and fair, they return this by way of good performance. Also, based upon the social learning theory (Bandura 1977), ethical leaders influence employee behavior by being role models.
Being a leader managing one’s emotion is very vital for his leadership. As described by Ashkhanasy and Tse (2000), all types of leadership resolve around “mobilizing human resources toward the attainment of organizational goal”. Researcher have emphasized on the proper use of emotions to become a successful leader. Pescosolido (2000) argues that leader use emotions for securing assistance within groups, to encourage groups and improve the required communication. One field of leadership that seems promising for heaving a relationship with emotional intelligence is transformational leadership.
Reflecting on values and Principles are considered to be the next part of authentic leadership style. Leadership principles are group of standards used in leading people. Values are leadership principles which are turned into actions. Values are important aspect in an individual’s life. You are person in charge of you happiness.
Martin Luther King Jr. would be an example of a charismatic leader. People are drawn towards those individuals that are confident in themselves along with the job they are doing and have the ability to inspire others. 2. How does emotional intelligence relate to leadership effectiveness? In order to be an effective leader, they must be able to balance being a leader while still
Will summarize these behavioral aspects briefly: Transformational/charismatic leadership: These type of leaders known as charismatic and affective. They are courageous and also encourage the people around to one vision, inspire and leave permanent marks. According to Avolio (1999, p.43), transformational leaders handle issues in a moralistic way and they represent the “ideal” in their attitudes and behavior. From Bass’s and Avolio’s perspective (1994, p.2) transformational leaders make people aware of the vision of the company and be the representatives of the mission. With their help, employees discover their own potential, feel able to to their best and find out new perspectives.
A leader profile from my practice area will be described using transformational theory. Leadership is a process of interactions between leader and other staff, where a leader is as a guidance that inspires other staff with vision (Marquis & Houston, 2012). A well known type of leadership theory are transformational leadership which were said has a positive