Interpersonal Skills Analysis

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Introduction In an organization the employees belongs to the different age groups and based on the age they have different values, experience and have their own way to handle the different situations. Also the individuals in an organization have different personalities and there are behavioral traits according to their personality. To overcome the differences between the various age groups and personalities the interpersonal skills plays an important role. Interpersonal skills affect the team work and motivate the individuals to work in effective manner to get the good results. By sharing of ideas between different individuals in an organization leads to mutual understanding on a single reliable method to do a task. The leader is the key…show more content…
People lose their occupation if they are not able to work with other colleagues. Interpersonal skills can help to direct the workplace, improve output and helps a person to advance his career in future (Parry E. & Urwin P., 2010). The employees who have good interpersonal skills perform 30% better than the other who are lack in those skills. Interpersonal skills are helpful in maintaining relationship between workmates which prompt a common trade of thoughts, knowledge and abilities. It further helps in accomplishment of tasks. Through the links with the supervisors, a person is able to obtain more opportunities in his interested field and with good references able to achieve higher position. Interpersonal skills help to increase in reputation and customer satisfaction. A person becomes an effective leader with the help of interpersonal skills because by knowing the employees create loyalty and increase the productivity. A leader with the lack of interpersonal skills is a total…show more content…
Good leaders are the ones who are able to create good results with the help of others. They are able to turn low ranked companies in to high ranked. Good leader is the important part in the success of a corporation. There are numerous qualities which makes a great leader (Ahmad & Bach, 2014). A leader should have self-awareness. Leader should know about his or her psychological state, abilities, responsibilities, strengths and the potential to achieve the goal. A leader should be self- driven and able to know how to direct him and others to organize the work by avoiding the errors. A leader should be good in decision making. A leader is able to motivate the team members to perform their tasks effectively and efficiently to achieve good output. Power plays a important role in leadership and used in organizations. Power is crucial tool to achieve goals and if a leader knows how to operate power in organizations, will be able to achieve effective leaders (Lunenburg, 2012). There are five types of power coercive power, legitimate power, expert power, reward power and referent power. Coercive power is rely on fear, in this if there is a failure then it leads to some kind of punishment. Legitimate power is the one in which the employees follows the instructions of the superiors, for example, leaders, chief. Expert power is based on the skills, information and talent of the person. In reward power the
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