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What is leadership committing people to do things they have never thought of doing, think are farfetched or are hesitant about doing them. Leadership is ultimately about creating a way for people to contribute to making something extraordinary happen. “Alan Keith”
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Leadership in organization A leader is anyone who influences a group toward obtaining a particular result. It is not dependent on title or formal authority. a manager may be confronted by an emergent leader who can challenge his role in the organization and reduce it to that of a figurehead. Every organization needs leaders at every level.
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Leadership and culture Based on Hofsted’s 5 culture dimensions, we can safely assumes that there is now one right way to lead. Each culture has it is own constrains thus, each will have it is own leadership style which will fit those constrains
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Leadership Characteristics
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Focus on what matters. The ability to concentrating people’s attention on what makes difference in order to. Give people a direction to take, or an aspiration to pursue. Show individuals what the key goals are. Make sure people always have a sense of proportion and can distinguish day-to-day between what actions are important and those that are not.
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Focus on what matters. Cont. Key Action List: Provide purpose. Concentrate attention. Convey proportion. Avoid sending conflicting messages.
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