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
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.
1 Intorduction A group is a collection of individuals who have regular contact and frequent interaction, mutual influence, common feeling of solidarity, and who work together to achieve a common set of goals. In a group, there has to be a leader, a facilitator as a leader of a group. The essay is going to outline how a facilitator can create a group. First the essay will show the process of planning, recruiting and setting up a group. Secondly the approaches, values and skills required to be a facilitator will be outlined.
For project manager it is necessary to have problem solving skill, know how to differentiate the source of problem, identify the solution and make the decision (Odusami, 2002). • Team Building. As a project manager or leader, he or she must engage in team building skills as necessary for achieve the objective of project. Every decision made by the project manager should let the subordinates know and sharing the knowledge between the team (Raiden, Dainty and Neale, 2004). • Conflict Resolution.
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 .
The main components of this theory are the leader behavior, the personality traits of the group members, and the task characteristics (House, 1996). When the group members are dogmatic or authoritarian and the tasks are ambiguous, unclear, or complex, the leader should adopt a directive leadership; that is, clearly defining the tasks and being strict enforcing the
Individuals tell about their expectations from and for the group, and soon a structure, or a set of rules, begins to emerge. When individuals wish to create a group, they start by communicating. They establish the group by accepting the rules. As the members continue the course of making decisions while communicating, limitations or weaknesses in the structure start to become apparent. The members then modify the rules according to their preferences and needs.
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Situation and circumstances around them will determine the leadership style that will be employed by the managers. This means that the approach or style of leadership to use is contingent on the factors that give rise to the situation. For example, a dynamic environment will demand the leader to apply more of a participatory style, while a routine environment will demand the use of a directive leadership