The leadership styles of charismatic are envisioning, energizing, and enabling. The envisioning is creating a picture of the future, desired future state which people can identify that they can generate excitement. Envisioning would be to set high expectations, articulating a compelling vision of it. The energizing is a directing of the generation of energy, motivation to act among members of organizations. The energizing demonstrating personal excitement, confidence, seeking, finding, and using success. Now there is the enabling is psychologically helping people act on their performants in the face of their challenging goals. Enabling would be to empathizing the personal support expressions. Roles and activities are what leaders do and the skills refer to things which make leaders effective. Leadership is an ability, meaning a leader has a capacity to do something through talent and skill. The leader makes adjustments, and leaders who fails to adjust to the territory lose their way. Leaders helps everyone feel empowered, in many organizations with bad histories there is a leap of faith. The oriented leadership style, focus on organizing, supporting, and developing your team members. The best leadership style to use is one that has both a high concern for people and a high concern for the task – it argues that you should aim for both, rather than trying to offset one against the other. Being a leader makes them to think about what your team members want and need. The strengths and weaknesses of the six leadership styles that can be used are, Visionary, Coaching, Affiliate, Democratic, Pacesetting, and Commanding. It shows how each style can affect the emotions of the team members. Transformational leaders want to transform their teams and organizations, leaders who rely on charisma often focus on themselves and their own ambitions, and they don’t want to change anything. The charismatic leaders might believe that they can do no wrong, even when others warn them about the path that they're on. The feeling of invincibility can severely damage a team or an organization. The leadership style starts with the idea that the team members agree to obey their leaders when they accept a job. The "transaction" usually involves organization paying team members in return for their effort and compliance on a short-term task. The leader has a right to "punish" team members if their work hasn’t meet the appropriate standard. The planning refers to setting goal for the organization or the group that is being lead, and goes on till each member is aware of the duty’s and contribution as expected. The activities are coordinated by the leader's planning. The process of hiring and recruiting people for the organization, and starts from developing job descriptions for position openings. A good leadership requires deep human qualities, beyond conventional notions of authority. The leadership requires attitudes and behaviors which characterize and relate to humanity. Leadership training is the process of teaching the employee on job skills such as, orienting employee, holding seminars, clarifying roles, duties, are part of training which is a job for the leaders. Leaders have a very important role to play in the organization in terms of managing people's problems and organizational problems. Leaders are the one who defines problems, selects alternatives, and actually decides what to do. The leadership involves decisions and actions relating to all sorts of other things the leadership is special compared to any other role because of its unique responsibility for people. The leaderships processing refers to managing day to day work in, overseeing, documenting, and reporting. They have to processes mails, reads reports, and writes reports. Manager are responsible for monitoring and evaluating the performance of employees and organization as a whole. A good leadership demands emotional strengths and behavioral characteristics which can deeply draw on...
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