Importance Of Three Leadership Approaches

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Three Leadership Approaches
Furthermore, there are three leadership approaches that I would not want to adopt which are Psychodynamic approach, Trait approach, and the Leader-Member Exchange Theory. According to Northouse (2013) the Psychodynamic Leadership Approach is proclaimed to being originated through your first leadership experiences. For instance, your first leaders would be your parents or caretakers. In addition, the psychodynamic approach is proclaimed to emphasize on the leaders-followers relationships, their personal character, and traits. However, I would not want to adopt this theory due to I feel that psychodynamic approach is not for normal individuals but more so to conduct studies and treatments for the abnormal people.
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Managers’ experience of organizational change in theory and practice and the authors are Andrews, J., Cameron, H., and Harris, M. (2008). The article is based on a study compiled to examine the value of the organizational change approach for management practices. In this article, the managers are first taught organizational change and then analyzed on how they used the organizational theory in practice and how it how it impacted their management experience and skills. Their findings showed that ( )
Throughout history, organizational change has been an essential concept that has been taught or implemented in various organizations, interdisciplinary, and in relationships with leader and follower to gain an understanding of leadership approaches, traits and characteristics. In addition, incorporated to identify and enhance organizational effectiveness. Organizational change theory also impacts management styles, change in communication, decision-making, as well as the mission and goals of an organization or
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Ethical theory is a system that is concerned with principles or rules to guide people into making the right or wrong decision or good and bad in a different situation (Northouse, 2013, p.424). The Perceived Leader Integrity Scale is a questionnaire that measured my personal ethical integrity. Based on my findings, I have the capability to engage in some unethical behaviors under certain conditions. Although I am not surprised with my result, it is difficult to expose my leadership behavior that would interpret into, I would engage unethically in a certain organizational setting. As a leader, it is important to uphold integrity, as it is essential to the development of ethical leadership. Being dishonest can be perceived as, you are not unreliable or that you do not trust the person in the relations to deal with the information you have (Northouse, 2013,

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