Leadership is one of the most important facets in organizations. In most cases, leaders act with respect to organizational culture as well as the codes of conduct that determine the manner in which leaders relate with subordinates. Leadership entails the use of effective communication skills to get activities done in the workplace and to ensure that employees shelve their individual interests for the sake of their organizations’ shared targets. It is the role of leaders to ensure that consumers attain high quality products and services by making certain that members of their firms’ workforce are fully motivated to work effectively and utilize resources in an efficient manner (Bass, 22). With the increasingly sophisticated nature of the corporate world, leadership should not be based solely on the desire to control and coordinate affairs within the workplace, but leaders should also exhibit positive examples and continually monitor the changing trends in corporate governance to initiate the most relevant guidelines. Competitiveness can only be attained when leaders are in a position to set the right standards in their firms and coordinate affairs appropriately by understanding consumer and employee needs.
Communication is a very important aspect in leadership. It involves the ability of managers and other leaders in an organization to engage employees through effective listening and understanding of any issues that may be making it difficult for them to realize their full potential. The need for good communication capabilities in the workplace is to make sure that leaders give employees enough time to air their opinions before any binding directions are made. It is always necessary for leaders to remain mindful of the manner in which they give orders since most workers only appreciate moves that improve the welfare of everyone without worsening that of others to the advantage of a few. Perfect communication is only realized whenever leaders are free with their subordinates.
Organizational behavior theories indicate that all the individuals taking part in an organization as well as the structures put forth determine the behavior exhibited especially the will of the people involved to apply their knowledge in a more effective manner. However, it is leaders who have the power to determine the structures deemed necessary for all the groups in an organization. This shows the importance of leadership in influencing the success of firms in the corporate world.
Organizations normally have philosophies, values, visions and goals and these are reflected in their organizational behavior. All these aspects need to be understood by all the individuals taking part in an organization since it makes the probability of employees setting their own goals quite high. The values held within companies should provoke the most appropriate behavior among employees. For instance, in the current state of globalization, workers should be able to embrace diversity and...