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0 / 14 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR José Javier Arzúa Moya
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1 / 14 Course Organizational Behavior Faculty: Dr. Ben SHAFFER Class: 2015GLMBA-FT Group: 1 Student Name: José Javier Arzúa Moya Student ID: 15760020 Assignment: Final Individual Report Submission Date: 16/10/2015 Faculty to Complete: Comments______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ ____________________________________ Signature _____________ Date ____/____/____ Mark
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2 / 14 INTRODUCTION First of all I would like to make a brief Introduction about the topics and bibliography that I used to write this report. I would like to clarify that due to the limited work experience that I have had I used quite content based on the following bibliography: • Keith, D., Newstrom J. W. 2003. Human Behavior in the workplace. • Robbins, Organizational behavior. • Bennis, W. y Nanus, B. Strategic for taking charge. The topics that I have selected have been: Leadership, of which I will talk about the types, features, advantages and disadvantes of leaders that currently exist. Secondly I will also talk about the recommendations to increase the motivation in the workplace. And last but not least important I will talk about the process of communication. I hope you will enjoy this report, and thanks a lot for had taught us. We are very happy to have had the opportunity to learn Organizational Behavior with you Ben. With Kind regards, Jose
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3 / 14 Leadership Koontz (1998), emphasizes the following: "Leadership is the interpersonal influence practiced in a situation, led through the process of human communication to the achievement of one or several specific objectives". It should be noted that although the leadership has a great relationship with the administrative activities, the concept of leadership is not equal to administration. A person might be an effective manager (good planner and administrator) fair and organized, but lacking the skills of the leader to motivate. Other people may be effective leader with skills to unleash the enthusiasm, but lacking in the administrative skills to channel the energy unleashed in others. Leadership is defined inside and outside the administration, as the interpersonal process whereby the leader tries to have influence on their employees or followers to achieve goals of pre-work or activities. The leader must be self-fulfilled, with knowledge of the problems and acceptance of the same, he must motivate, influence to obtain the desired, rely on himself, be social, friendly, tolerant, have empathy, charisma, good presentation. In overall he must be a person who in addition to knowing how to lead, he also must have the gift to know how to guide. Taking into account this, I considered that there should be mentioned the types of styles of leadership that exist nowadays:
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4 / 14 The autocrat leader : The autocrat leader assumes all responsibility of the decision-making, initiates actions, directing, motivating and controls to the subordinate.
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  • Spring '16
  • Ben SHAFFER
  • administrator, • Robbins, José Javier Arzúa Moya, José Javier Arzúa

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