A number of studies have attempted to identify the characteristics of charismatic leaders; they have a vision , they are willing to take personal risk to achieve that vision, they are sensitive to follower needs and they exhibit extraordinary behaviors. Individual are bred with characteristics that make them charismatic. A particular study has found that identical twins score similarly on such leadership measures, even if they were raised in a different houses and had never met. Personality is also related to charismatic leadership; they are self-confident, extraverted and achievement oriented. It is been said that individuals can be treated to show charismatic behaviors.
Adolf Hitler Understanding how individuals become successful leaders in their chosen field has always been a subject of various researches and studies. In many studies, various leadership characteristics are identified and categorized in order to provide an easier interpretation of leadership styles and techniques. One of the most popular among the types of leadership styles is the charismatic leadership. Weber (1968) conceptualized the theory on charismatic leadership as referring to the ability of the leader to use his charisma, which acts as a magnet to gain followership. A charismatic leader has the ability to transform innovative concepts into common and socially acceptable ideas by attaching values in it that people would easily understand and believe as true (Fiol, et al, 1999).
Servant and Authentic leadership have several characteristic comparisons. Both servant and authentic leadership styles are positive leadership styles. Servant and authentic leaders serve other individuals. They both believe in empowering the employees they serve. The leadership styles possess a high standard of values, displays compassion and passion for integrity to their followers.
Integrity Demonstrated by moral courage, ethical strength, and trustworthiness; keeping promises and fulfilling expectations. Authenticity Demonstrated by consistency, congruency, and transparency in values, beliefs, and actions; integrating values and principles to create a purposeful life and to contribute to the growth of others. Courage Demonstrated by possessing a strength of self to act with intention on behalf of the common good; taking a stand in the face of adversity; acting boldly in the service of inclusion and justice. Service This refers to one serving the community around him with no expectation of rewards. A leader ought to prioritise his time to make other people to become better in every aspect of life.
Virgin is an association that is centered around development and consistent change, in this manner reasonable for transformational style. All in all, transformational initiative is viewed as more benevolent and adaptable approach to sort out an organization, while Transactional leadership is viewed as more intense and productive. It is difficult to state which one is better. All the great leaders everywhere throughout the world (incorporate the two above) have the qualities of the both leadership styles, for example, Steve Jobs' alluring attributes and spiritual motivating speech abilities (Transformational), and Richard Branson' strict management ways on the lower level position in the business (Transactional). Transformational leadership does not replace transactional leadership but rather enhances the viability of Transactional leadership from an alternate edge.
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Burns (1978) characterized this kind of leadership as transitory and effective, but in pursuit of modal values of mutual exchange. Transactional leadership typically maintains status quo and does not elicit change. Transformational leadership, in contrast, attempts to change the status quo by developing a vision for the future that appeals to the values and sense of purpose of followers. Transformational leaders teach followers to become leaders, pursuing humanistic and moral end values related to making a difference in the world. Some elements of power and influence approaches, such as expert and referent power (French & Raven, 1959), social influence (Cialdini, 1995), and transformational leadership (Burns, 1978), begin to transcend perspectives on leadership based solely on leaders as roles in a hierarchy.
The satisfaction associated brings confidence, power, and prestige. Being ‘trendy' also brings along uniqueness and recognition which serves as a good way to serve the Ego need. Self-fulfillment is the highest need in Maslow's hierarchy of requirements. One tries to do whatever he is able and capable of to bring out something hidden in him. I feel that this need is fulfilled by the addressed techniques since a single worker has the freedom to make some decision allowing the employee to be innovative and creative if creativity and innovation of the particular employee succeed then he will be recognized for it and appraised for the good work.
With the former, the person would be unafraid to try new things or make mistakes, despite consequences. On the other hand, someone who always seeks approval from others would have experienced conditional positive regard (Rogers for example— his autocratic upbringing), (Schultz, D. Schultz, S. E., 1998). People create their own self-growth given the appropriate circumstances, especially unconditional positive