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Action-Centred Leadership

This is a complete contrast to the above theory where leadership is thought to be natural and inherent. Here, the theory shows that people with leadership potential can be exposed to the correct experiences and influences to develop leadership skills. This theory can improve the organisations performance gradually, as theRead More

Effective Leadership Types

A type of leadership style that has been characterized as being effective in post 1980’s years is the control and command style. In today?s society, Charismatic Leadership and Transformational Leadership are the predominantly researched types. Much of the leadership literature in the period from 1950 to 1980 was concerned withRead More

Hungarian leaders

The main conclusion, what we can draw from the list, is that Hungarian top managers are quite positive about themselves in relation to professional knowledge and practice orientation. It is also encouraging that business sense has an eminent rank, which allows the conclusion that local leaders have learned the lessonRead More

Effective Leadership

What was the adaptive challenge? How was it identified? Or was it identified at all? “Adaptive challenges involve changing hearts and minds and often are championed by someone who cares, but who may not have the authority to impose change. These challenges cannot be “managed,” but must be confronted andRead More

Leadership Trait Theory

Sir Francis Galton is credited with being one of the earliest leadership theorists, mentioning the trait approach to leadership for the first time in his book Hereditary Genius, published in 1869. Galton (1869) believed that leadership qualities were genetic characteristics of a family. “Qualities such as courage and wisdom wereRead More

Leadership styles at work in Al-Marai

Leaders, the act of leading, and leadership are not exactly one and the same; A person in the role of leader may or may not have the necessary leadership skills that makes him capable of leading. Leading people through an activity or process is basically utilizing one’s role and leadershipRead More

Trust in Charismatic leadership

According to Yukl (2006), trust is very important component in charismatic leaders. The charisma inspires trust and confidence from followers to the leader and makes the leader seem extraordinary and wise. Kamila is a person whom inspires trust and wisdom – as a result other people ask for her adviceRead More

Grow Leaders

Linked to nAff, groups have been formed both formally and informally within organisations. The management creates formal groups to distribute work so that objectives can be efficiently achieved (Mullins, 2007). Informal groups exist to fulfil social needs, which may include people from various different sections of the organisation as theyRead More

Leadership development

A second reason for the importance of competencies in building leadership brand is that, when properly defined, they (and the impact they have on desired results) can be measured. Thus organizations can evaluate the extent to which their leaders demonstrate behaviors critical for success and the business-relevant return on resourcesRead More

Influence of Leadership Styles

Leadership is cautiously defined by McShane as the process of influencing people and providing an environment for them to achieve team or organization objectives. Effective leaders can help individuals or teams define their goals and identify ways to achieve them. Effective leaders also create conditions that enable others to realizeRead More


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