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plans. Through this report I have also understood my current weaknesses and how best to overcome them, which will be a huge help in trying to become a great leader I have also analyzed the areas that I need to work on in order to become a great charismatic leader. While doing this report I have also understood the importance of reflections. So that I can analyze where I am and where I was before to see how much I have improved, if at all and how best to move forward to work on any weaknesses I might...

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Organizational Leadership

observers have observed the self-organizing characteristics of groups, and their natural tendency, more or less of their own harmony and rhythm, to design and direct their own affairs. More than that, there have also been suggestions that leadership and authority are to be viewed as distinctly separate phenomenon. * Leadership in organization is not an individual characteristic. It is surprising to see that how many leaders are hailed for their charisma and brilliance without giving regards to...

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12 Angry Men: an Illustration of Concepts of Organisational Behaviour

sociologist Max Weber identified three types of authority (Weber, 1948, pp. 78–79). These are charismatic domination, traditional domination and legal domination. Juror no. 8 cannot administrate legal domination since he is not a formally appointed leader. He clearly has not the ability to dominate on the basis of tradition since the members of the group are strangers that have not met each other before. Juror no. 8 can therefore only exert charismatic domination. Since Weber refers to political domination...

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Leadership Style

purpose and excitement.[10] They also create a vision of what they aspire to be, and communicate this idea to others (their followers). According to Schultz and Schultz, there are three identified characteristics of a transfomational leader: * Charismatic leadership has a broad knowledge of field, has a self-promoting personality, high/great energy level, and willing to take risk and use irregular strategies in order to stimulate their followers to think independently * Individualized consideration ...

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Leadership Power

be flexible, fair, a good listener, outgoing and responsible. For American leadership style, leader contingent reward and punishment are expected to have positive impact in the U.S. Bass (1990) stated that charismatic leadership is important at all levels in U.S. organizations. Then, charismatic leadership is expected to have high impact in the U.S. For the Americans, the ideal leader should be intelligent, honest, understanding, a good verbal skills and determinant. 5 American managers are medium...

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Charisma: Psychology and Enormous Overwhelming Presence

presence that some people have. It is the ability to influence others by being connected with them physically, emotionally, and culturally. Although it is difficult to have a specific definition of charisma, but we could describe some people as a charismatic person who have an extraordinary ability to inspire, influence, and draw other's attention. Charisma is usually associated with leaders who have a power and high positions, but it could be a characteristic of actors, public speakers, mathematicians...

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Leadership: a Key to Employee Engagement

switch to be engaged? How do you motivate people to make the right decisions for customers and the organisation, and how do you unlock the discretionary effort that the “not engaged” might withhold? We have real trouble with this, where some seek charismatic leaders at the top while others pursue teamwork or “let’s restructure” as a way to switch people on. We know from research in a variety of companies exactly what are the communication needs of employees; things like timely and accurate information...

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Leadership

views of “Leadership Impact” on performance of organization. Elaborate your answer with example. Q2: General personality traits and task related traits are equally important for effective leadership. Discuss with examples. Q3: Vision component of charismatic leaders is very important. Discuss features of such vision and how can this be managed? Q4: Write notes on: (a) Alignment of people (b) Mobilization (c) Satisfaction of human needs Q5: Discuss with examples leadership Grid Styles. Q6: Elaborate...

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Building a Leadership Brand

from other executives; she may even become a “celebrity leader” of the kind featured in popular business magazines. With this leader in place, her firm feels that its long-term success is assured. This can be a trap, however, for a powerful and charismatic leader can develop a personal brand that overpowers the organization’s own brand. When employees become more dedicated to the individual who is in charge than focused on what customers want, the company can wind up in trouble. Moreover, an institution...

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Strategic Leadership

concept that they cover. However, Tichy and Devanna (1986) argue against this, and state that the data has been drawn from the limited subset. It has also been argued that transformational leaders are simply charismatic leaders. There are many other theories of leadership, such as charismatic leadership, servant and team leadership, and distributed leadership. Although the presence of these theories is acknowledged, every one of them warrants a stand-alone essay. Within the confines of this assignment...

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