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LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATION

Ambesh Kumar Srivastava Aditi Khanna Hitali Makkar Deepesh Sharma Abhishek Sharma

WHAT IS LEADERSHIP?
 Leadership

is a complex process by which a person influences others to accomplish a mission, task or objective and directs the organization in a way that makes it more cohesive and coherent.  A person carries out this process by applying his or her leadership attributes (belief, values, ethics, character, knowledge, and skills).

WHAT MAKES A PERSON WANT TO FOLLOW A LEADER?

People want to be guided by those they respect and who have a clear sense of direction. A sense of direction is achieved by conveying a strong vision of the future. The essence of the leader-follower relation is the interaction of persons with different levels of motivation and of power potential, including skill, in pursuit of a common or at least joint purpose.

THAT INTERACTION, TAKES TWO FUNDAMENTAL DIFFERENT FORMS:
 Transactional

leadership leadership.

 Transformational

WHAT TRAITS DO LEADERS EXHIBIT?
 COURAGE  PRIDE  SINCERITY  WELCOME

CHANGE  INFLUENCE

LEADERS OR MANAGERS? HOW DO LEADERS DIFFER FROM MANAGERS????
 Leaders

direct, managers execute  Managers exist only as a part of formal organization whereas leaders can be found outside the formal organization structure.  Managers focus on achieving organizational goals, leaders are concerned with expectations and aspirations of their followers.  Managers possess formal authority, leaders possess acceptance authority.  Manager can be a leader but a leader may

DOES LEADERSHIP MATTERS????
 Helps

in guiding and inspiring employees  Secures cooperation of members of org.  Creates confidence  Improves productivity  Improves job satisfaction  Enhances group cohesion

PRINCIPLES OF LEADERSHIP
 Be

technically proficient  Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions  Make sound and timely decisions  Set the example  Know your people and look out for their well-being  Keep your workers informed  Develop a sense of responsibility in your workers  Ensure that tasks are understood, supervised, and accomplished  Train as a team  Use the full capabilities of your organization

TYPES OF LEADERSHIP STYLES
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP “Whenever you advocate a new idea to your colleagues or boss, you show thought leadership” What are their philosophy "Mind is the great lever of all things; human thought is the process by which human ends are ultimately answered“. - Daniel Webster

THEIR QUALITIES
A

thought leader focus on smaller scale changes-ideas for a new product or changes to an existing one.  Thought leaders can persuade others using logic.  Thought leaders saying-they know of a better product or way of doing things than anyone else in the team or organization.  To search for new things that add value to your organization's objectives.  Thought leadership ends when the target audience accepts the idea.

SERVANT LEADERSHIP
What do servant leaders do?
 Devote

themselves to serving the needs of organization members.  Focus on meeting the needs of those they lead.  Develop employees to bring out the best in them.  Coach others and encourage their self expression.  Facilitate personal growth in all who work with them.  Listen and build a sense of community.

SERVANT LEADERS ARE FELT TO BE EFFECTIVE BECAUSE THE NEEDS OF FOLLOWERS ARE SO LOOKED AFTER THAT THEY REACH THEIR FULL POTENTIAL, HENCE PERFORM AT THEIR BEST. What are their philosophy? "There is no more noble occupation in the world than to assist another human being to help someone succeed.“ - Alan Loy McGinnis

SITUATION BASED LEADERSHIP
Situational leadership model and leadership style that believes that different leadership style suit different situations. That is as per the situation, you should apply leadership style. Adopting a particular style also depends on the relationship between the followers and the leader.
What are their philosophy? "Leadership is an action, not a word." – Richard P Cooley .

THE PARTICIPATIVE LEADERSHIP STYLE
It's hard to order and demand someone to be creative, perform as a team, solve complex problems, improve quality, and provide outstanding customer service. Participative management means that the person in charge asks questions to draw solutions out of team members. What are their philosophy? Leadership should be more participative than directive, more enabling than performing. -Mary D. Poole

BILL GATES
“A Visionary Leader”

LEADERSHIP TRAITS IN BILL GATES
Innovative thinker  Skillful & Intelligent  Visionary  Creative  Soft-hearted  Competitive spirit  Ambitious

JRD TATA
“A Retrospect”

LEADERSHIP TRAITS IN TATA
High Self Esteem  Emotional Intelligent  Pride  Technically skilled  Ambitious  Firm Determination

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