Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Definitions, Style, and Leadership Philosophy

Definitions and Style Leadership

Leadership involves influencing the process in determining the goals of the organization, motivate followers to achieve behavioral goals, influence to improve the group and its culture. Leadership has a close connection with motivation. This can be seen from the success of a leader in mobilizing others in achieving its intended purpose depends on the authority, as well as leaders in creating motivation in everyone subordinates, colleagues, or boss's own leadership.

Leadership style

1. Autocratic. Leadership like this using the method of power approach in reaching decisions and the development of its structure. So very dominant kekuasaanlah applied.
2. Democracy. This style marked the development of a structural approach to cooperative decision making. Under the leadership of democratically inclined high morals can work together, giving priority to the quality of work and self-directed.
3. Free control leadership style. The leader gives full reign to subordinates, organizational structures are loose and passive leader.

Leadership philosophy

Said the monk, one can achieve complete success when able to answer three simple questions. The first question, "when the best time for you?"

For the majority of people, Questioning the best time is usually during morning or evening. The time of the desire that a person can reflect. However, do not close the answer to the day, afternoon or evening with a variety of reasons. Apparently the answer to the question as simple monk: The best time is now.

Because time is the best time right now, so all this potential in him will be devoted to work optimally.

Idiom called 'a waste of time,' not in the dictionary leader. That there is to optimize the use of time for optimal results, too.

The second question, 'Who was the most important to you? " Understandable if the answer is both parents, the great nations, world business leaders, or those other famous people.

Precisely the monk gave a simple answer nan: Oran most important thing is people are now shared with you. No matter the person your boss, your subordinates, your colleagues, your customers, your spouse, your colleagues, your chauffeur, your servant. As in common with you, he is the most important to you.

A leader must try to always respect people who are dealing with it. Causal law would apply in this context.

When we respect others, you can bet these people will respect us.

As a result of further due respect, that person will give themselves the best for us.

The third question, 'What work best for you? " Nothing wrong if the work in accordance with the rules and not violate the norms and ethics, very good job. However, according to the monk, serving the best job.

This leadership philosophy is described by AM Lilik Agung, Trainer and Public Speaker, Managing Partner High Leap Consulting.

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