In that, just like traveller choses his or her path and transport mode which he or she thinks is suitable for him or her. In leadership, a person makes up his vision or goal and determine what kind of leadership philosophy, he or she can use to achieve that vision. However, the leader should not to expect that things will always work smoothly. Barrier and challenges will always be there. But this should not make him or her lose hope.
Peter Campbell is, one of the executives, he really wants Don’s job, but to get it he says Don and him have to work together for him to achieve his goal. He has to play by Don’s rules to get what he wants. Hollifield, Wicks, Sylvie and Lowrey says, “… behaviors depend on whether they think their work will help them achieve their own goals” (p.
This quote underlines that as leader you must take responsibility for everything you and your men do and fail to do. As leader you cannot just take credit for when things go well, but take responsibility for failures when they occur. Conversely, a leader must also empower their men to take responsibility and make decisions at
In conclusion, it is a fact that you are, indeed, a kind of person who doesn't have decent manners. How often do we catch ourselves insulting somebody then we feel sorry immediately after as a result of acknowledging that we are being
• The responsibility of the clients is of the utmost importance. This is important because even though a person may understand that they work for the organization, they must also understand what their true purpose is when it comes to their position. They are working towards a goal for the community as a whole. If they are not willing to help towards that common goal, then they have no purpose. • It is the responsibility of the human service worker, employee or professional to obtain informed consent in order to render services to the clients at the beginning of the relationship.
Leaders in positions of authority pride themselves on being able to fix the problems that other people can’t resolve. Facing an adaptive challenge, it’s tough for leaders to acknowledge that the problem is beyond their expertise. They can deal with it by framing right context, identifying the key issues that need to be dealt with, and then challenging people to take responsibility for addressing those problems. A leader has to say that s/he don’t know rather than taking a wrong decision, which is contrary to my earlier belief that leader has to know everything and take decision action in all situation in order to gain the trust of others. Adaptive problems allow leaders to change their values, priorities and ways of doing things and helps comprehend that adaptive work is conservative and progressive.
Conclusion The interviewee believes that leader and stewardship works together, without application of stewardship, leadership cannot stand on his own. Core values, ethics and standard of protocol have to be following to maintain integrity of leadership and professionalism. Professional advocacy and authenticity is very important as well as power by influencing other colleagues at the work
Workplace environment is said to be one of the biggest contributing factors to a successful organization. This begins with the leaders in place and their ability to create such an environment. It also proves to be one of the most arduous tasks due to a myriad of factors such as employee personalities, organizational culture and a leader’s ability to motivate a group of people. The sheer number of theories regarding leadership is overwhelming and schools of thought have changed with time. This reflection will identify the leadership theories and motivational theory I subscribe to and give tangible examples of them in my leadership.
It is also important to mention that it is never just one single person. To be a successful leader I also agree that one needs to have certain characteristic and skills. A leader needs to be able to simple lead, as you have stated. They need to direct and guide people to fulfill shared goals. Communication is also another huge skill.
One of the principles ethical dilemma I will experience with a client as a Human Service Professional is respecting the client 's right to freedom. Meaning that the client is eventually in charge of making his decisions and finding solutions to their problems. No matter if we agree with the client decisions. We must respect and provide the client with guidance and help clients explore their options. We cannot allow our beliefs and personal biases to influence the client.