A controlled that purposeful to transfer of meaning by which a leader can influence a single person, a group, an organization or a community said (Barrett, 2011). Clear communication is the most important successful key to a business leader’s. So if we want to grow as a leader and manager, it’s compulsory for as to be an effective, compelling communicator. And if we want to bring our company succeed, all people in our team have to master the art of clear communication together, as well as all of the employees can reach new levels of leadership excellence. The purpose of this article to know how can communicative leadership theorized and defined? How does communicative leadership impact the leaders and employees? And what are the contributions of a communicative leadership in workplace?. In the real life, communicative leadership is about the way a leader communicates with the employees, It’s about assuming that communicative leaders are Leadership Theories A person's ability to perform various managerial functions is, in fact, the most obvious evidence of his effectiveness as a leader so that today there are many styles used to identify the types of leadership. Leadership theory is basically three: (1) Trait theories, (2) Style theories, (3) Contingency theories. (Veryard Projects Ltd & Antelope Projects Ltd, in Robbin, 2002: 1). Character Theory (Trait theories) is to be a leader, must have the ability: intelligence (ability to understand and solve problems), character (initiative and confidence), physical, (healthy), social category (gender, social class or ethnic). Robbins (2002: 40) suggests this theory of leadership traits in search of the personality, social, physical, or intellectual traits that distinguish leaders from non-leaders. This theory tries to find the universally consistent and unique character held by an effective leader. The characters include ambition and energy, passion for leadership, honesty and integrity (wholeness), confidence, intelligence, and relevant knowledge in work. Style theories are good leadership styles that include: autocratic leadership (exploitative, participatory and democratic),
telling, engaging, delegating. Contingency theories is the theory of this leadership model there are two namely: (1) style depends on circumstance consisting of: leader subordinate relationship, task structure, high level of position and authority power. (2) gauge situations favourableness consisting of: Leader always task-oriented, member orientation. The goal path theory is that a leader's behaviour can be accepted either by subordinates insofar as they perceive as a source of or immediate satisfaction or future satisfaction. So essentially this theory is the task of leaders to assist followers in achieving their goals, providing direction or support needed to ascertain whether their goals fit the overall goals of groups or organizations.
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