Leadership: The Importance Of Leadership In Organizations

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Leadership in organizations is an issue of vital importance and is a determining factor for the proper functioning and performance of the company. It is important to know that leadership manages the success of the business and personal goals and it helps the company to grow internally and externally. Understanding leadership in organizations means to change the ideals and create new activities that will contribute to the fulfillment of the goals. Trust Some challenges that leaders face today is to be able to win and provide an atmosphere of trust among its member. Trust is fundamental in leadership. As a result, without trust there cannot be a connection between the leader and its followers.Trust leads to an environment that facilitates communication,…show more content…
Mutually for organizations and individuals, developing leadership skills will allow them to achieve their objectives in a consistent, rapid and focused manner. But to do so they must first have clear objectives. People Connecting with people is one the qualities that good leaders know how to handle best. A leader that knows how to connect with others is not something that happens coincidentally. Good leaders are very well thought out. They know what they must do and how they must act to create connections with others We are not born as leaders. Many of us have the capabilities to become one but we must develop them. A leader grows through personal development and by the repetition of positive habits. I learned that not only should I think about myself. They key of success is understanding the people that is around, but overall to have an effective communication with the people around me to be able to appreciate them. As a leader, I must also learn to admit my mistakes. Good Leaders admit their mistakes to be able to improve. I must admit that as leader is not easy to make a mistake, but if we accepted it in the right way, we can turn that experience into an opportunity of growth. “What’s Your Leadership…show more content…
But don't tend to think about others, so they could have problems motivating and retaining their employees. Some benefits of being task-oriented is that they tend to be very analytical, logical and have a great understanding on how to get the job done, focusing on the necessary procedures. They understand that one greater task involves several small tasks and can delegate the work to make sure that everything is done in time and in a productive manner. Personality Assessment: Jung’s Typology With this assessment I learned that it is really important to know who we really are, how we feel and what goals we want to achieve. To know the personality, we have means to understand who we are, to identify our emotions and act consequently. It helps us to adjust our behavior, resolve problems effectively and take decisions. “Emotional Intelligence I learned that it is important to understand how our emotions can guide us to make decisions in our daily lives. They guide us to deal with any complicated situation and complex

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