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Change management is a strategic method to ensure changes are effectively implemented to attain organizational goals. Impacts of change should create a focus on employees and teams that shift from one perspective to another, which can create challenges. It is important for leaders to ensure the planning and controlling of the change process promotes a positive experience, and guides the organization to its success. In this paper, the topic for discussion will analyze the best practices of leading change management, motivating employees and supervisors during organizational change, and factors that could hinder the process of leading a diverse culture of change.
The aim of this paper is to reflect on the role played by a leader when differences in culture occur. For a leader it is very important to understand the obstacles represented by culture and consequently to avoid problems that can arise. As we learnt during the course Leadership at MCI, leadership is a process, which includes also the ability of the leader to manage difficult situations, conflicts and diversities in the group of workers. This is only possible when he creates a relationship with the employees aimed in understanding the personal and cultural background that characterised their behaviour and values. 2.
In my opinion, purpose is the cohesive bond which is paramount for success; although technical and relational knowledge are important, it is purpose that make or breaks an organization. “In order to prevail in this time of leadership crisis, we need leaders who can sustain themselves, maintain the pace balance their priorities, and build meaning into each day of work (Bennis & Goldsmith p
This is important in case of conflict or if conflict can be avoided. A leader must also be quick at making decisions. Most of all a leader must model their beliefs and cares in order to be respected by peers ( Kelly & Tazbir, 2013, p. 5-6). I viewed this leader as a transformational leader. She had a vision on how the team should progress through the day.
Change: The leader must be capable of implementing the changes that is required to accomplish the mission. The leader must assess the environment and must also at the needs of the stakeholders. A mission driven leader must be open to change, he must also promote the change in the subordinates and develop new leaders. 3.2.3 – Engaging through Transparency and Accountability 1. Transparency: Transparency in leadership relates to the degree of openness that a leader portrays such that the employees develop a trust in the leader.
Xxxxxx The third, assessment and decisions, refers to a process where the response team and experts assess the incident, assess its scope, mitigation ,corrective as well as preventive measures for similar future incidents. They share their findings in a report to the incident response technical team which is responsible for effecting the ideal decision in thwarting the threat posed by the incident.
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