Leadership And Decision-Making Analysis

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Leaders are usually put in place to help other succeed. In order for most company to be successful, a good leader is normal at the head of the organization. This paper will give some insight on leaders and how they affect the stages of decision-making. It is important for leaders to be able to determine the best people for the job; this also includes the leadership role. Leaders have to be able to contribute to the role of leader and to the people their leading. The leader’s role should be based off the key components of the organization’s goals.
Building a Foundation
Leaders are the foundation of the company and their decisions affect everyone within the organization. If the foundation is weak, usually this means that the leadership
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Clawson (2012) stated, “When we observe something, we immediately compare the events with our personal set of values, assumptions, beliefs, and expectations (VABEs) about the way the world is or should be. Any gap between what we observe and what we expect creates a problem. If no gap is noted, things are as they should be and we carry on without concern. VABEs are the beliefs we hold about the way the world should be or the way other people should behave. We can even have VABEs about our own behavior and consequently judge ourselves by them. These “shoulds” and “oughts” make up our valve system. When we say that a person should do this or should do that, we are expressing one of our VABEs (p.141)”. Our VABEs are developed early on from our family, friends, teachers, and other experiences in life. They affect our thinking which also affects of behavior. God wants his people to be positive thinker and believers of his word. The Bible states in Philippians 4:8, “Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things”. This verse explains how God wants his people to have a relationship with him, others and ourselves. These things will allow for a happy life in the presence of God. It’s …show more content…
Depending of the leaders, the affects could be negative and positive and in some cases both. Clawson (2012) states, “We use or thought process to make decisions. Or not. Sometimes we get paralyzed by analysis. Leaders, though, must make decisions. They help us determine whether to go left or right. Up or down. In or out. And formulae help us to do that (p.222)”. Leaders have to know the best ways of approaching and resolving a problem. First, the leader needs to be able to figure out the problem. Once the problem is identified, then a course of action can be determined. In order to do this the leader must describe and collect information to correct the problem. This can be done by asking questions or just evaluating the situation. The next step would be to developing alternative actions or ways to handle to problem. The leader must decide what types of disciplinary actions will be given to the individuals involved, as a result, developing an agreement among those involve. However, the leader will still need to decide with alternatives are suitable for the actions of those involved. Then the leader must do what is indicated in the actions. Lastly, determine if the decision was the best one and follow up with all individuals involved. Bateman and Snell strategically listed the stages as: (1) Identifying and diagnosing the problem, (2) Generating alternative solutions, (3) Evaluating

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