By constantly checking in on the who, what, when, why, where, and how of what his men are accomplishing the leader loses focus on the larger picture of the task and will be unable to effective coordinate their efforts. A leader who is not able to effectively coordinate his men’s efforts is an ineffective
Power-wielders influenced followers to accomplish goals that are important mostly to the power-wielder. Leaders mobilized followers and marshaled resources to accomplish goals that would benefit followers, themselves, as well as others. Burns (1978) also described leadership as recognizable in two forms: transactional leadership and transformational leadership. Transactional leadership transpires in a mutually beneficial relationship of exchange between the leader and follower. Burns (1978) characterized this kind of leadership as transitory and effective, but in pursuit of modal values of mutual exchange.
to the organizational goals and objectives will be made possible. Your ultimate goal is to make sure that members are encouraged to follow group objectives instead of their own personal objectives; which could have a direct implication on the success of the organization. In selecting or developing a leadership style, you must know that how you react to problems, resolve crisis, relate to members and reward or punish them are some of the ways that you going to be judged by your members. Your effectiveness will depend on how you can influence and control your members towards the common final goals and objectives. The financial position of the organization has a direct correlation with your leadership style and the success of a program or the
Adaptive and technical challenges combined and adaptive challenges alone can be remedied with leader behaviors, like regulating distress and protecting leadership voices below, that encourage followers to continue to strive for their best and essentially the good of the organization also. Adaptive Leadership has two focal strengths relevant to this philosophy and validate its inclusion in this analysis. First, this style, unlike other theories, is follower-centered and leaders provide the tools necessary for followers to grow and as a result, the whole organization grows (Northouse, 2016, p.275). Lastly, Adaptive Leadership provides instructional behaviors anyone can learn that can facilitate positive, adaptive change (Northouse, 2016,
Theoritical Framework The researcher adapted the theory of Burns where leaders and followers engage in a mutual process of raising one another to higher levels motivation. This raised the bar by appealing to higher ideals and values of followers. This encourages people to collaborate and work as a team. Below is the illustration of transformational leadership theory that explains that if leaders have these characteristics or behaviour and able to convince the people in the organization, success would be possible. With these perspectives, a leader must possess necessary traits or character to influence others to run the organization or the unit effectively.
To achieve your goals as a leader, you'll need to manage the impressions others have of you. Generate positive images through the use framing, scripting, staging, and performing. Ethical leaders use impression management to reach group objectives rather than to satisfy selfish, personal goals. Beneficial impression management promotes positive interpersonal relationships and cooperation; accurately portrays people, events, or products; and facilitates effective decision
The highest LPC score leader may tends to be a relationship-oriented leaders, while the lower LPC score most likely is a task-oriented leaders(1964, p. 157). To sum up, this scale result two types of leadership style. There is much more to discuss about the leadership style. However, this essay will explore and critically discuss more on situational favorableness. 2.2 Situational favorableness Situational favorableness refers to the degree that a leader can influence the followers under different situation.
The word contingency means depending upon. Those proposing contingency theories realize that a leader must adjust. The hallmark of these theories is context and in a more profound sense, everything is interdependent. To a certain extent contingency leadership theories are extensions of the trait theory, in the sense that human traits are related to the situation in which the leaders exercise their leadership. It is generally accepted within the contingency theories that leader are more likely to express their leadership when they feel that their followers will be
As a leader and being positioned between the demands of management, team and the workers; leadership skills must include the ability to juggle the various priorities while keeping performance high and cost under control. 9.0 Conclusion In conclusion, there are several leadership styles that I can relate to. However I feel that my constant pursuit of self improvement of my skills and recognizing my strengths-taking opportunities to improve them. As for my challenges, seek coaching and mentoring assistance, attend workshops, seminars and conferences that are conducive to my leadership skills and maintain