Managers need to be very cautious in following this type of leadership, because coercive leadership comes down with a large amount of disadvantages. Coercive leadership is a type of leadership that depends on abusing and harassing employees. It uses complete power and authority in commanding orders and it can be described as a very cruel style of leadership. Looking though all the styles of leaderships, coercive leadership has the most disadvantages of all. Some of these disadvantages may include these things.
Conflict resolution is the process by which two or more parties engaged in a disagreement, dispute or debate reach an agreement resolving it (Grimsley, 2013). It can be argued that conflict has its origins in objective and subjective causes such as competition for external resources or it can arise when there is a clash between the internal beliefs, values, and interests of two parties. De Dreu and Weingart (2003) propose that conflict has been suggested to interfere with team performance and reduce satisfaction because it produces tension and distracts team members from performing the task as there are various indicators that impact on the team performance. Although conflict might have a negative impact in team performance however, conflict
Fear of change of work Change in organizations requires changes in skills. Every organization demands some unique qualities of work that differs from another institution. A person may feel that he won’t be able to make the transition very well. This is the general cause of fear of change. It is because the workplace he is working, more emotions related to self- confidence and self-esteem converges.
• Work related stress: when employees become over stressed they tent to not be as productive as expected, it can also cause an employee to have a mental breakdown. Because of work overload employees cannot do everything expected from them which causes conflict in the workplace because production time goes lost and productivity goes down. Some stress may be caused by personal factors which may cause employees to be unhappy and take out ‘bad moods’ on co-workers. An example out of the case study is when Alex and Mandy feels that they have to work hard to prove that they are worthy of the position and title
According to Forbes.com, Career, and financial experts warn that now is a precarious time to “let go of your life boat.” Analysis: Things are going to get rough for Sammy because of his rush decision. Nowadays, there are fewer job opportunities and they ask for more requirements. Besides that, the chances of Sammy getting a new job are few because he quit his job, and companies do not like that. Have you ever thought about quitting your job to impress the girl that you like? If yes, do not do it.
It needs no telling that When you make decisions under pressure and near deadlines they are going to be poor ones in most cases for sure. In addition to that, to stress on my point, according to Kristin O’ Donovan, the founder and CEO of “TopResultsCoaching” international company, Procrastination change the circumstances under which you should take your decisions which will result in terrible decision making. (8 ways procrastination can destroy your life). Another false assumption john used to convince the readers with his idea, is how procrastination help you complete more tasks. I consider it a false one because Procrastinators usually leave their work until the very end, when deadline is close, so they don’t have enough time to finish their tasks.
Refusing to Ask for Help One of the most common mistakes made by inexperienced PMs is the belief that asking for help will make them seem incompetent in the eyes of their peers and management. Refusing to seek out help can result in schedule slippages, and cost overruns. If the PM delays too long in seeking help, the number of options to correct the problem can diminish. Solution: The owner should encourage PMs to ask for help at the earliest possible time, but not to expect the owner to be the dumping ground for all problems that the PM cannot resolve. 18.
For some of us, this is not our natural disposition. However, in the workplace, we need to speak up because it is part of all our jobs. Conflict is Needed at Times It is understandable if you want to avoid conflict. Yet, think of all you have accomplished by not speaking up. The truth is, by not speaking up you remain trapped in your conflict.
High stress levels also affected the morale and motivation of the employees. For instance, stress could lead to stress-induced gastrointestinal problems, irritable bowel syndrome, acidity, acid reflux, insomnia, depression, heart disease. Moreover, stress could push the victim toward high risk behaviour such as smoking, drinking, and substance abuse. Stress-related illness led to increase in absenteeism and attrition affecting the profitability of the organizations. (Kumar & Rooprai, 2009) Stress can be triggered by the pressures of everyday responsibilities at work and at home.
The organization with this leadership suffer from one drawback. Charismatic leaders can leave the organization resulting in the lack of strategy or roadmap that will keep the operations going. Since the leaders are hard to be found, this lack of strategy can continue for years, impacting the business
The whole manager team of Engstrom was too focus on improving productivity meanwhile ignore other factors such as marketing strategy, financial management that may contribute to success. In addition, the industry crisis came in 2005, but they made no changes till 2007 which showed the manager team was lacking of the ability to adjust timely. Also, employee complains lasted two years and the managers did not appease the mood of their angry employees. Their reactions showed that a lack of the knowledge of conflict management and how to be “side by
Some of them that I have personally experienced are mainly when they are not happy with wages. They are not happy with what they are paid and some of them are underpaid for the amount of work they do. This leads to decreased motivation and interest in working and they look for opportunities to take a leave from the work and even pretend sick when they are not. They even look online for better opportunities where they can be paid more for the same work. Secondly, many of the employees in the hospitals have fixed job status for a very long time and when there is no scope for any growth, they get frustrated and it is seen in their performance and when they get any offer from other organization even for the same position with higher salary they tend to move out of the organization.
I agree with this, self-control is necessary in order to put priorities over wants. Alena Hall writes this in her article, “A lack of self-control causes procrastinators to have problems when it comes to finishing tasks -- even some of the most simple and basic ones” (Hall, 2014). I would even say that the lack of self-control is the cause of procrastination in many cases. However if a person doesn 't feel adequately equipped for a job, or if they are scared of failure, the same results may ensue. Likewise, part of my struggle with procrastination is because I’m a perfectionist.
Change was not undertaken lightly and, if things were working, they remained the same. For change to be accepted, it must be linked to how it will benefit the organization and must fix an existing problem. Baby Boomers tend to be cautious of change. Their reluctance isn’t a result of not wanting to seek improvements, but as a result of the fact that many Baby Boomers lost their jobs during the recessions of the ‘80s and ‘90s, which made them wary of broad organizational changes. They also had to endure “flavour of the month” leadership changes and shifts back-and-forth in strategy which translated into a lack of enthusiasm for new changes.