Three Types Of Leadership In Organization

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For decades, leadership is a fundamental role in every organization. It provides direction, motivation and inspiration to all members of the team to achieve organization’s goal. As defined by Stoner, Freeman and Gilbert (1995), “Leadership is the process of directing and influencing the task related activities of group members”. Furthermore, other people are involved in an unequal distribution of power between group members and the leader.
Based on my experience, I have been met three types of leaders in my organization. The first time was when I came to workplace as an internship employee. As a fresh graduate, I did not have any experience in the workforce, but I had enthusiastic and commitment to achieve the organization goal. In my division, I found a leader
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This leadership style is more emphasized the team 's decisions and allows them to take the lead in determining the objectives and methods of those which would be achieved. As a member of the team, I could feel that the leaders left the employees without a clear direction, supervision and coordination. Furthermore, they forced the employees to create a plan, then implementing and evaluating it without a clear standard. In this model the employees were required to have sophisticated ability, skill and experience since the leaders did not make the rule of job description and rarely made a relationship with the employees. In some cases the Laissez Faire leadership style could cause frustration admit the employees as the lack of guidance from leaders. In addition, this style also has advantages for instance; the employees could develop their ability, creativity and responsibility to solve the problem that might occur. Another example, a problem could be solved faster since the employees have authority to prioritize the

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