Leadership is a very important trait and concept is a management, and plays a prime role for the managers in the organisation. The managers in each and every organisation are required to exercise this trait in their area of professional development, and they must display due professional care in display of leadership role. The managers are entrusted with a dual functionality of representing the staff members in front of management, and representing management in front of staff members. At the outset, they are required to work with large number of subordinates and help them execute their work in a systematic manner. (S. Agarwal, 2011) In this process, they are also required to handle any inconsistency in the execution of work. In ensuring that the sub-ordinates perform their work in the most optimum manner it is important that appropriate leadership skills are displayed by the manager. The manager must be a strong leader in handling the disputes, in representing the group he manages, in resolving any form of dispute, in being a role model for its subordinates and also in getting the work executed (Boal, K. B. & Blau, G. J., 1987). A similar form of management trait was displayed in an area of professional development wherein, I was required to manage a group of employees, and the entire group was entrusted in accomplishing the accounting for a recently completed project of infrastructure work. The group members were allotted by the managing director, and were selected on the basis of their accounting skills. The resources which were provided to execute the work were grossly insufficient considering the volume of work. Consequently, there was a high amount of work pressure among the employees working. With the given time available and the volume of work pending to be executed it was necessary that we had to work for around 150-160% time, and at obviously more than 100% efficiency level. In addition to this there were many team members who...
References: 1) S. Agarwal, 2011, “Performance Management”, Law Point Publishers
2) Boal, K. B. & Blau, G. J., 1987. The Academy of Management Review, 288-300.
3) Frazis, H., Horrigan, M., & Joyce, M. Gittleman, M., 1998. Survey of Employer Provided Training. Labor Review, 3-13.
4) Kalleberg, A. L. & Lincoln, J. R., 1996. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 39-59.
1) Groen, J. A. 2006. Oxford Economic Papers, 722-741.
2) Black, S. E. & Lynch, L. M., 1998. Learning from Others. 64-81.
3) D. H. Mathews, “Inspiration and Real Life”, Page 14-18, Edition – 2010
4) K. Gomes, “Success Stories of Great Professionals”, Page 146-184, Edition – 2010
Please join StudyMode to read the full document