Other leadership theories emerged out of this work, including the vertical dyad linkage theory, also known as the leader-member exchange theory (Graen, 1976).This theory explains the nature of the relationship between leaders and followers and how this relationship impacts the leadership process. For leaders to be effective, according to this view, issues related to the culture must be clearly identified. One conclusion that can be drawn is that leaders need to work within the culture to be most
Leadership has the power of changing the behavior of employees. A successful leader will aim to achieve better performance through his subordinates. Thirdly, it involves Interpersonal relations between the leader and its employees: The main requirement of leadership is the presence of employees. Thinking of leadership without followers or subordinates would make no sense. To make leadership more meaningful, the leader should engage himself with the employees on a constant basis through communication skills, listening skills, motivational skills, social skills etc.
Task 4.1: Plan the development of leadership skills for a specific requirement. Leadership expertises are those expertises which possess in leader to enable his influence to motivate and inspire the group to achieve the targets. Leadership skills are demonstrate honesty, enthusiasm, evaluate complex situation, result driven, problem solving and remove hindrance. Leadership skill encompasses attitudes and behaviour which belong to humanity. Leadership is mostly concern behaviour and management mostly concern processes.
The transactional leadership emphasizes the transaction or exchange which among leaders, followers and subordinates what is required conditions and rewards to fulfill the requirements. The transformational leadership raise the moral maturity whom they lead, and convert their follower into leaders, motivate their associated, followers, subordinates, colleagues, clients to go beyond their individual self-interest for the good of the organization. There are two lines to define on leadership styles and situational contingencies styles which focused the difference between task-oriented and people-oriented leaders. Based on quantitative and qualitative leadership studies, we can found different theories such as trait theory, contingency theory, Charisma, leader-member exchange (LMX) theory which fits best for which different situation, and which style seem to be more effective such as Bass’ transformational leadership
The theories to be discussed in this book are: Path-Goal theory of leadership, Vroom-Yetton-Jago Decision-making of leadership, Harsey-Bianchard Situational Leadership theory, and Fielder’s Contigency Theory of Leadership. These four were selected because of their relative influence on the leader and the relationship that must be present between the leader and the members. They were also selected because they could help provide the needed foundational frameworks for your leadership
What is leadership? Leadership is a process of influencing other people to achieve group or organisational goals. Who then, are leaders? Are managers also leaders? Let us look at each one in turn.
In the process of continuous learning one should be capable enough to learn from one’s action. Paying undeviating commitment and consideration to the practical theories and values that form our daily actions, one can develop his or her transcendental qualities to attain leadership. Leadership can be defined as the capacity and understanding of an individual to motivate, influence and enable others to contribute toward the effectiveness and success of an organization or group of which they are members. I belief working for an organization or individual is more essential than working for a cause with an individual or organization. Working for a higher purpose is necessary than merely working for a boss.
The purpose of this paper is to understand leadership and the path-goal theory of leadership and few others leadership style and how are these theory are supposed to used appropriately. Leadership is the process of influencing others to achieve group or organisational goals . Therefore, a leader’s behaviours is important to an organisation because the achievement of organisational goals mostly depends on a leader and their leadership behaviour(Mc William, Alan 2010) . A leader must deal directly with people, develop rapport with them, persuade and inspire them to collaborate in the achievement of goals and vision. (Sikandar Hayyat Malik, 2013) Path-goals theory is leadership theory that’s states leaders can increase subordinate satisfaction and performance by clarify and clearing the path to goals .
Abstract The empowerment of leadership with help of transformational or transactional theories. Transformational leadership style which inspire the individual and group to perform well and motivate them from inside to achieve the goal of the organisation. It consist of four major elements like Idealized Influence, Inspirational Motivation, Individualized Consideration and Intellectual Stimulation. Whereas in transactional leadership style they don’t develop a deep relationship with their followers. Instead they think that followers are meant to do what they have been told.
• Helping people to achieve things they don’t think they are possible. • Good leaders focus on ‘we’ not ‘me’. • Leadership is all about to listen, to inspire and to empower. Approach of leadership: • Creating an inspiring vision for the future Creating a vision is related to the organization’s strength. And also affected by the competitors behave.