Organizational Leadership

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Leaders with mainstream perspective believe that following a leader is the only “right” way, in simple terms; they rely on developing a culture of following the boss. Leading does not necessarily imply giving orders; rather it is to earn confidence from others to the extent that they become willing to follow the directives given. The primary question raised for those that aspire to be leaders is, ‘how to make other people follow readily’ (Grace, 2011). The important element of defining the purpose of leadership is through establishment of forward looking plans while also anticipating growth. Employees generally look up to their leadership to lead them to prosperity and growth (Dyck, & Neubert 2010).
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It implies the importance of leadership within the debate together with the complexity that is purpose within a corporate context. When it comes to delegation in organizations today, the popular tendency that leaders have is simply to delegate the projects or tasks that they do not want to do. Usually, individuals are not bothered by work that requires attention and time (Grace, 2011). The leaders are not bothered to spend the available limited resources and so, the work is handed off to the employees. While the approach could help the leaders to manage their daily grind daily, the problem here is that delegation then morphs into a lost opportunity for the leader to connect that, which matters to the employees to that, which matters to the organization. The challenge to several leaders is that they feel that they need to maintain some level of control over things, this is also inclusive of the fear that if the employees fail, the leader has to do the assigned work while addressing the mistakes that have been …show more content…
Tania Modesto (2006) in his paper titled society versus business organizations highlights that the gap between organization and the society at large can only be bridged through linkages, which involve establishing relationships with the society either directly or indirectly. This involvement can be through corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities that positively impact livelihoods of the society. For most organizations, the front line customers will always be the immediate society. So as a leader in an organization, I would advocate for these society linkages especially through CSR, for in this way the society feels appreciated and gives an opportunity for the Organization to extend a good/meaningful gesture to the community. Through my leadership in an organization, I would always like to ensure that we clearly identify the immediate most pressing needs of the society. The impact an organization has on the society should be measured to ensure the intended purpose is met by the organization. Margarita Tsoutsoura (2004) in her study on corporate social responsibility and financial performance where she was testing existence

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