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Effective Approaches in Leadership and Management
Nursing Shortage and Nurse Turn-Over
Nursing is very important and dedicated profession and the need of this profession is very much increased in the society. But unfortunately there is a shortage of nurses as compared to the required need of the society and shortage has become a serious problem now. Leadership and management is the most essential skill for the profession of nursing. The development of the future of the nurses in leadership is one of the most difficult challenges which are faced by the profession of nursing.
As the profession of nursing is still in its establishing phase so mostly people avoid in coming in this field and
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entire nursing staff to work as a team to provide excellent patient care. For an effective healthcare system especially nursing, it is important to have great leadership.
A manager has skills to analyze and resolve complex situations because of their management experience. They can assign task to team members based on their skills. Nursing unit manager must recognize effective leaders and provide them an opportunity to build a successful team of nurses in their unit to provide effective care to all patients in that unit and thus create better patient satisfaction. Adequate staffing is an important component of good patient care. Effective management skills are necessary in order to
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Having effective leadership and management is essential for any health care facility to operate. Both leadership and management are an essential part to delivering quality healthcare to the patients that they serve. The foundation to any facility is nursing which must be led by the best leadership and management available for its continued success. This is the key to helping that facility to achieve a high level of patient and employee satisfaction. Having adequate staffing for any facility is an issue that many facilities face due to the shortage of nurses. This paper will compare and contrast nurse leaders and managers thoughts with the use of contract employees to assist with the
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Effective Leadership & Management are quintessential aspects in terms of success of a healthcare organization. A great leader can discover what is universal and capitalize on it by motivating the employees towards a better future. Great leaders cut through the differences of race, age, sex, nationalities, and personalities; using stories and celebrating heroes (Buckingham, 2005). Whereas great managers know the unique ability and eccentricity of his/her employees, and can integrate them in a coordinated action plan (Buckingham, 2005). Buckingham (2005) further explains that identifying & capitalizing on each person’s uniqueness saves time and also it makes each person more accountable. Also
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This first part of this module, Effective classroom focus on instruction design. I have learnt various methods to plan, resource, implement, analyze and evaluate teaching. I also recognize the importance of planning in classroom teaching. Although a good planning is a necessary condition for effective teaching, it is not sufficient because students¡¯ responses and behaviours are always unpredictable. Therefore, a well-equipped teacher should have adequate knowledge in classroom management and understand different approaches in solving discipline problems. Certainly, the most important is that teachers should be able to apply appropriate approaches according to
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The aim of this essay is to analyse how the management of people; and in particular the leadership of people; can contribute to effective organisational behaviour, development and good health. In order to do this it is important to define effective organisational behaviour, development and good health, consider all the factors that can contribute, before looking specifically at how leadership can contribute.Defining effective organisational behaviour, development and good health is an area that can pose difficulty. Organisations are made up of different stake holders and each stake holder can have a different view on what constitutes effective organisational behaviour, development and good
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A leader is one who is in authority that tell others what to do, or so I thought till the commencement of leadership 1. As I progressed through the course, I realised that there is more to being a leader than I ever imagined. Peter Drucker once said, “Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.” (Drucker, n.d.) This is a statement that I would have never understood but from this course I do. Using the knowledge acquired so far from this course in topics such as pragmatic leadership, pleasing the masses and more, I believe none could have said it better than Peter Drucker did and I will prove this rationalization.
There is a thin line between leadership and
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manager.Management and leadership are two terms that are used synonymously, but have very different meanings. Management is usually more conservative while leadership is more liberal. Managers are often held by rules while leaders tend to break rules. People are expected to obey managers while they choose to follow leaders. A good manager will possess strong leadership qualities, affording his or her employees the opportunity to gain trust and verbalize their ideas or feelings about the organization. Although most individuals are usually stronger in one quality than the other, a little influence from both sides is most effective in the business world.References:Leadership. (2006). Retrieved on March 26, 2006, from www.wikipedia.org/leadershipMaccoby, M. (2000). Understanding the difference between management and leadership.Research Technology Management, vol. 43. pp. 57-59.Management. (2006). Retrieved on March 26, 2006, from www.wikipedia.org/ management
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In the current state of our economy and educational system of today, many individuals and organizations are currently looking towards how to resolve the issues revolving around the leadership within the organizations. The traditional ways of leading the organizations proves to fail, and new means are being created through innovation and adaptability (Laurie & Heifetz, 2003). The purpose of this paper is to consider the effective leadership, ethics in decision making, and the systems approach.
Effective Leader in a Learning Organization
The leader within the learning organization must be able to make distinctions between their authority and the need for learning (Laurie & Heifetz, 2003
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practice. This method of leadership will lead to improved job satisfaction in both magnet and non-magnet institutions.
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Having an effective leadership approach in an organization supports a productive and successful business. In this case, an organization called Valena Scientific Corporation (VSC) failed to have effective leadership. VSC attempted to development leadership; but failed initially. This occurred once VSC decided to create a research program for their scientists; this program split nine individuals into three groups. Once the groups were split, management decided to allow informal leadership to occur. This style of leadership enables individuals to become leaders without having a position of power (Bacal, 2014). Therefore, every individual in each group has the same authority; but
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Contingency Leadership Theories and Effective Leadership
Contingency leadership theories attempt to define leadership style, the situation, and answer the if-then contingencies. Situational leadership theory is a contingency theory that focuses on followers’ readiness: the extent to which people have the ability and willingness to accomplish a specific task. Path-goal theory states that it is the leader’s job to assist followers in attaining their goals and to provide direction or support needed to ensure that their goals are compatible with the organization or group goals. Each theory was developed as a separate model for leaders to determine which leadership style to use in different
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consistently and within a given budget (Kotter, 2013). Management roles are essential within organizations because they perform tasks that help organizations become reliable, consistent, and efficient (Kotter, 2013).
Some scholars identify leading and managing as mutually exclusive roles requiring different values and traits in order to be executed successfully (Yukl & Lepsinger, 2005). One of the earliest concepts of leadership, known as trait approach, included the idea that leaders were individuals who were innately different from the rest of the population, and possessed unique leadership traits (Daft, 2011, p. 19). Traits frequently associated with effective leadership include optimism
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professional in general and we no longer have dictatorships in succcessfull global companies. Managers are in general more competent and suited for their jobs.Management and Leadership in the futureIn the 21st century we will find it increasingly difficult to think in terms of the six categories of management as mentioned in the above paragraph. More and more processes simultaneously involve several categories to which managers must adapt.Technology, e-commerce, expanding markets, and growing customer demands for quality and service are challenging organizations. To flourish, managers need to explore broader skills and competencies to be successful. Knowing how to collaborate and negotiate effective
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ability to effectively manage staff, while at the same time keeping employee’s satisfaction rate up, will assist with retention, as well as patient satisfaction and patient safety.
Effective leadership is needed in nursing. As we continue to see changes within the healthcare system, we need strong leaders who will help guide us and encourage us. With strong leadership, nursing can thrive; continue to deliver quality to care, and help those around them reach the maximum potential.
Anderson, L. (November 13, 2013). Difference Between Nurse Leadership vs. Management.
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Kruse (2013) posits that leadership and management are not synonymous. Thus he defines leadership as, a process of social influence, which maximizes the efforts of others towards the achievement of a goal. He contends that leadership stems from social influence and not authority or power; it requires the involvement of others and must include a goal. Therefore, key elements of good leadership include ability to delegate, determine what is doable, and being able to lead by example. These elements provide the framework for purpose, direction and motivation.
In moving others towards a goal, a leader must be able to determine what is doable within the context of conflict and focus attention
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training. Other resources include your facilities protocols and policies for delegation, other nurses (such as supervisors, preceptors, or mentors) that have information and experience in delegating, as well as written or electronic resources at your facility.
6. Discuss the ethical principles that apply to this situation. Discuss how leadership and management impact these types of situations.
Ethical principles involved include beneficence, veracity, and fidelity. Beneficence, or doing good, is seen in terms of the treatment of the patient (Marquis & Huston, 2012). Also, beneficence goes hand in hand with nonmaleficence, or doing no harm, which is present with this patient being harmed by
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This essay aims to give an overview perspective of three sociological approaches to the family; Functionalist, Marxist and Feminist, how each approach sees society and how each approach perceives the family. Secondly, each perspective will be evaluated and critically analysed. Finally, the values of the theories highlighted in this essay, will be discussed in relation to how, as an early years practitioner I can use this knowledge to improve my practice.
According to Taylor et al (2005), the sociology of the family was traditionally governed by functionalist theory which highlights the universal and functional role the family played in society. Furthermore, functionalists take a
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is a “complex process by which a person sets direction and influences others to accomplish a mission, task, or objective, and directs” the organization towards successful outcomes (p. 171). Based on this description, a leader can be describe as an individual with a combination of disciplines that can be applied in crisis management or towards a vision. Such disciplines include education, vision, creativity, effective communication, and the ability to adapt to changes. The history of leadership goes back centuries when leadership was thought to be a role that can be acquired through inheritance or by special individuals who are born to lead. This type of leadership is referred to as the trait
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Leadership and management are two ideas that are often used to describe the same concept, but often confused. However, these words actually describe two different concepts. Leadership is just one of the many skills a successful manager must possess. A manager cannot just be an effective leader without training. Managers do things by the book and follow company policy, while leaders follow their own intuition, which may in turn be of more benefit to the company. A leader is usually defined by being more emotional than a manager. Leadership promotes new directions while management executes existing directions as efficiently as possible. A leader is someone who people naturally follow through
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According to McConell (2012), the difference in a leader and a follower determines the success of a person regarding leadership. This chapter helps explain the content of qualities and proficiency for healthcare managers to be effective. Once again, effective management skills or certain qualifications enhance a healthcare organization environment. Healthcare managers and supervisors must have the capacity to handle challenges while the organization objectives and regulations may change over a period of time. Effective healthcare management governs the success of a healthcare organization. There are many different skill sets and leadership styles to be effective as a manager. People are
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Effective Management in Healthcare Organizations
The present environments for healthcare organizations contain many forces demanding unprecedented levels of change. These forces include changing demographics, increased customer outlook, increased competition, and strengthen governmental pressure. Meeting these challenges will require healthcare organizations to go through fundamental changes and to continuously inquire about new behavior to produce future value. Healthcare is an information-intensive process. Pressures for management in information technology are increasing as healthcare organizations feature to lower costs, improve quality, and increase access to care. Healthcare
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What is the difference between leadership and management? Not many people understand what the “leadership” or “management” term means. Many people thing that they are similar or interchangeable. I was one of those a few years ago. Honestly, it was not easy to understand and recognize the roles of a leader and of a manager because both exist within the same department or organization. In fact, the leadership and management roles need to be differentiated and clarified. The roles’ clarification not only helps the employees to address their concerns to the appropriate higher-level “boss”, but also is crucial in making the organization’s strategies successful. This paper presents the historical
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what leadership should be and the characteristics an effective leader should posses. Management on the other hand, also has several definitions but the views on management and who an effective manager is are often synonymous. This essay sets out to critically asses Dwight D. Eisenhower's definition of leadership in relation to business organisations and also how leadership differs from management while comparing it to other views on leadership. Grove (1986) stated that it is necessary for effective managers to have the same clarity of purpose and motivation attributed by effective leaders.
Dwight D. Eisenhower was the 34th president of the United States of America and was also a five star
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working to achieve common goals (The Guardian, 2013). However, the fields of leadership and management considered very different (Kotterman, 2006).
In 1977, Abraham Zaleznik wrote the first scholarly and landmark article about the difference between leaders and managers (Zaleznik, 1977). Zaleznik mentioned that the organization needs both effective managers and effective leaders in order to reach its goals, but he argues that managers and leaders have different contributions (Zaleznik, 1977). Whereas leaders promoter change, new approaches, and work to understand people’s beliefs to gain their commitment, managers promoter stability, exercise authority, and work to get things accomplished
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think about it. Leadership is just one of the many assets a successful manager must posses, because a manager can manage the process or system but can not manage people. If organizations expect every manager to be a leader, or if they confuse the two roles, gradually they will be falling apart. Care must be taken in distinguishing between the two concepts. The main aim of a manager is to maximize the output of the organization through administrative implementation. To achieve this, managers must undertake the four functions of management.
To be an effective leader it is important to focus on the gritty details of a situation, look for opportunities and how to achieve them. Visioning
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learn from my own senior management and peers through questions, application and/or coaching; this will provide opportunities for me to constantly improve. As a leader and being positioned between the demands of management, team and the workers; leadership skills must include the ability to juggle the various priorities while keeping performance high and cost under control. The choice of style will have an impact on making juggling easier and more effective. In turn, the leadership style has time to manage the job and be proactive instead of reactive. Leadership is the key to accomplishing goals and must use a variety of skills to manage the conflicts that routinely occur in the
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. Management takes these long-term goals and divides them into smaller more defined objectives. Leadership typically looks at the bigger picture while management concentrates on smaller objectives in order to assist leadership in accomplishing their long-term visions. Many would argue that these goals are the most important aspect of a business, however there are many moving parts that come together to make a successful business operate.
Motivation is a huge aspect of management role. In order for managers to become or remain successful, they must find creative and effective ways to motivate their employees. Unlike leaders, managers have subordinates to oversee working hand in hand
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Plato made arguments,and contributions that shaped the modern society to be what it is today.Social management is an unavoidable fact in the society. It is the core of leadership where skills are used and utilized to help the people in the society.
People are looked at the social managers, especially those with qualifications such that all careers gain some importance here. Any society needs socialmanagement. Plato from those early days emphasised on the need for learning, and knowledge.
Plato was the founder of philosophical dialogues.He lived in the days of classical Greece, where he associated and contributed a lot to the theories of management and societal issues.Once someone has
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Leadership and Management
Leadership and Management are two very important positions to have for anyone in an organization. Both of these positions come with a great deal of responsibilities; however, they both serve two different purposes and responsibilities in an organization, along with a different sent of guidelines. This paper will differentiate between Leadership and Management, give two recommendations to create and maintain a healthy organizational culture and give two examples to support the recommendations.
Leadership is a wonderful quality for anyone to have because not everyone possesses leadership qualities and skills; however, a person can learn to have
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own choice, whereas a manager must be obeyedAttempts to define organizational culture have adopted a number of different approaches. Some focus on heroes and villains, rites, rituals, myths and legends that populate organizations. Culture is also socially constructed and reflects meanings that are constituted in interaction and that form commonly accepted definitions of the situation.Differences between Management and LeadershipLeadership is different than management. It is the art of getting people to move together toward a goal they don't realize. Leadership and management are two concepts that are often used interchangeably. However, these words actually describe two different concepts
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put their own feelings aside to make a decision that is beneficial for the organization and his team. Leadership is the ability to remove institutional roadblocks and empower employees. In theory, the ideal scenario is for a leader to have infinite flexibility or being able to adapt your leadership style according to each situation, but leaders are sometimes restrained by policies and procedures
There are many roles and responsibilities a leader has in creating a productive culture within the organization. According to Hersey and Blanchard (1998), there are three areas required for effective leadership. Technical skills, which includes clinical expertise and knowledge as it
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tend to believe things are fine the way they are. If the change is explained to the employees in such a way that they can understand it, the transition will be smooth.
In conclusion, a successful organization needs good managers and great leaders. There are a variety of ways to practice good management and effective leadership. There is no one best way. Leadership is constant and continual developmental process. A successful leader appreciates the responsibilities that come with the role. The leader must find the right steps to establish and maintain a healthy organizational culture. It is important to design the culture by involving employees and inspiring them to follow it. By doing
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organization. Managers are usually found to be hard working, determined, bright, strong-minded, tolerant, and methodical. Managers are purpose oriented and have the organization in their mind at all times.There are several styles of leadership and along with that come diverse traits and approaches to leadership. Bateman-Snell's book, Management: The New Competitive Landscape defines supervisory leadership as "behavior that provides guidance, support, and corrective feedback for day-to-day activities of work unit members." The same book defines strategic leadership as "gives purpose and meaning to organizations" (2003, p 368). What does this mean? It means leadership provides direction, conveyance
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to change. They tend to believe things are fine the way they are. If the change is explained to the employees in such a way that they can understand it, the transition will be smooth.Every successful organization needs good managers and great leaders. There are a variety of ways to practice good management and effective leadership. There is no one best way. Leadership is a constant and continual developmental process. A successful leader appreciates the responsibilities that come with the role. The leader must find the right steps to establish and maintain a healthy organizational culture. It is important to design the culture by involving employees and inspiring them to follow it. By doing
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a team approach, involving everyone, and facilitating. Leaders are responsible for individual as well as collective achievement and improvement.RecommendationsThe recommendations to create and maintain a healthy organizational culture are few, but fundamental. Management and leadership should be interdependent rather than independent. Using the best qualities of both effective managers and leaders creates outstanding management and leadership. Trainings should be conducted by the organizations to assist managers in becoming leaders, and assist leaders in achieving management positions. New management should emphasize on people, include team concepts, and bring out the best in their followers
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, insightfulness, innovation, improvement of knowledge.
5. Openness and Localness – Availability of information makes for informed decision-making, and allowing for those closer to the situation to make decisions makes for more effective learning and improvement in the organisation.
Leadership vs Management:
1. Management involves dividing and allocating scarce resources, organising and scheduling, being mission oriented, and coordinating.
2. Leadership involves creating a vision, setting values, motivating achievement of these for the future, and allowing growth, learning and shared contribution.
Strategies for establishing effective leadership involve, establishing a vision
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In this essay we will be introduced to a leader who holds a high place of authority in the military and gain some personal insight on leadership and management. Then will look at this writer’s own personality traits and what leadership model the personality traits best match. Then look at the tenets of motivation and how this writer’s personality suites these tenets. Also look at the relationship between effective communication and motivation. Then finally we will look at some thoughts of what it takes to be an effective employee, successful manager, and an exemplary citizen.
The first part of this week’s assignment was to look was to interview a manager/leader
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Most people think that management and leadership is the same thing but there is actually quite a difference between the two. They are often used interchangeably but they are actually two different concepts. Management is a function that must be exercised in any business; leadership is a relationship between a leader and subordinates that can energize an organization.Leadership is one of the things that a manager needs to be successful. Management needs to be good at using the four main functions that we have spoken about previously and those functions are: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. The difference in perspective between management and leadership is that managers think
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motivate then to care about an important mission.3.Enable others to act. They give people access to information and give then the power to perform to their full potential.4.Model the way. They don't just tell people what to do, they are living examples of the ideals they believe in.5.Encourage the heart. They show appreciation, provide rewards, and use various approaches to motivate people in positive ways (2009).Efficient leadership is the bond that ties a leader and his or her subordinates together, making management a success. This correlation may make a company stronger and make employees focus on striving towards efficiency, effectiveness and overall success.Microsoft strives to work for
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chooses to follow. A leader exhibits special qualities that induce people to admire him or her. These qualities can include drive, motivation, integrity and self-confidence. A good leader can motivate people to do what is asked. He or she is to provide a clear vision and direction. An effective leader understands that leadership is not just a trait; it is also a responsibility.Leadership is the ability to get people to follow. To have effective leadership a leader needs to give his or her subordinates a direction to go and be able to motivate those subordinates in that direction. To be a good leader one must be able to show an understanding of his or her subordinates and not view them just as a
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acceptable within the organization.
As supervisor, this author would next assist Mrs. Jackson with creating a plan of action to correct these detrimental management behaviors. Included in this plan would be interventions, goals, and measurable outcomes to correct the unfavorable management behaviors and improve the unit. If Mrs. Jackson was unfamiliar with management policies and procedures within the organization they would be reviewed. Leadership development classes would be offered if available to assist in effective management development.
Detrimental Management Behaviors
In the case study: Nurse Manager Power the nurse manager, Mrs. Jackson, exhibited several behaviors that
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In the business world today, the corporate environment demands more work from less employees. In order for corporations to stay ahead of the game, they need to employ the right leaders and the most effective managers. The leadership style of those in charge influences the effectiveness of those employees working under them. Management and leadership can sometimes go hand in hand, but there are differences between leaders and managers. In this paper, I will discuss the difference between managers and leaders. I will also examine the role and responsibilities of leaders in creating and maintaining a healthy organizational culture and I will also make two recommendations to create and maintain
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AbstractThis paper will explain the difference between management and leadership. Management and leadership are both equally important to any organization in being or staying successful. An organization needs to have the two different types of individuals.Management and Leadership PaperThe term management characterizes the process of and/or the personnel leading and directing all or part of an organization through the deployment and manipulation of resources (Wikipedia, 2006). Effective managers are not necessarily true leaders. Many administrators, supervisors and even top executives execute their responsibilities successfully without being great leaders but these positions afford
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Businesses today thrive on the ability of the leaders and managers within the organization. A company's empowerment of strong leaders and managers can be evident in how successful an organization is. Although management and leadership tend to be synonymous, they are in reality two different concepts. A person can be a good leader but if he does not know how to manage a company that company will be destined to fail. Also, even though a person might have good management skills, no matter how good he or she is, if he or she cannot lead employees towards the goals of the organization it will end up as a failed attempt at success.Managers have a responsibility to both the organization they work
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The purpose of this paper is to differentiate between management and leadership. I will examine the role and responsibilities of leaders in creating and maintaining a healthy organizational culture. We will take a brief look at the collapse of Enron due to their leadership values.IntroductionNow more than ever, with today's challenging business world, the workplace demands faster results and fewer people. In order to stay competitive, organizations need to be able to rapidly translate new information into knowledge. Leadership and management are two ideas that are often used interchangeably, but there is a vast dissimilarity between a manager and a leader. However, these two words actually
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decisive and issuing commands" (Bateman, Snell, 2009, p.12).Management can be a leader too. But when they have a manager who is not a leader, the two can clash because they have difference type of leadership styles. In order to be a manager at ATT, they must have technical skills and decision-making skills to run an effective team and make the company goals (Bateman, Snell, 2009). The role the management has to do is making sure the employees are doing what they suppose to do to reach the company goals. Management at ATT also has to create and pursue new growth opportunities for the company.Management role at ATT is also to develop individuals and support any activities that the employees are doing
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displays such leadership is Mary McCormack, a clinical nurse manager from Waterford Regional Hospital based in Ireland. The type of environment she works in is a 30-bed surgical ward. That entails that her position as a nurse manager carries a great responsibility towards her staff. The management style she uses is more of an authoritarian management style as she sets goals for her staff; she creates a system that allows her staff to work efficiently and makes sure that her goals and vision with her staff work efficiently. In comparison to theory of management, her style of management is just as similar to the theory. However, management theory is based upon a system of rewards and punishments
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. The current increase in sales of weighing machines would not have been possible without the leadership of the sales manager. He inspires, motivates and leads the sales force to great achievement.Controlling is done by way of contracts with employees: Every manager and employee has a target and the employees are evaluated at the end of the year based on the contracts with them. This evaluation is used as a basis for their salary increases and promotion. This exercises the most effective control throughout the company and I have seen that rarely are targets missed.This material is taken from the website: http://www.managementhelp.org" Traditionally, the term "management" refers to the
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studying leadership empirically as a dynamic group identity rather than as an individual prospect can further an organization's understanding of what constitutes effective leadership, with the added benefit of creating an environment in which employees can earn a living in an environment that is mutually beneficial to the group, as well as the individual.
It is useful to identify the definition of leadership, and to understand the construction of the definition. Even though there are many definitions of leadership, the essence of the various definitions consistently describe the leader as an individual who can effectively relate to and cause a group of followers to meet a goal. An