Idealized influence leaders who are dependable

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Idealized influence: Leaders who are dependable, trustworthy and take a stand on issues, this leader is a role model in generating pride, loyalty and confidence. (Kinicki, & Williams, 2016). For example teacher are great role models giving of themselves promoting pride in their students? Individual consideration: Leaders become acts as a coach/ advisor listening carefully to the needs of their followers. An employee has the opportunity you here at the company to actively grow and excel. The company encourages you to grow, by providing training’s and conferences’, giving an employee additional responsibilities and one-on-one mentoring. For the purpose of expanding your usefulness and flexibility in being able to assume more than one position (Kinicki, Williams, 2016). Intellectual stimulation: Leaders involves followers in developing new and different solutions to common problems and conducting work in new ways (Kinicki & Williams, 2016).
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7 Leadership Examination Another example of teachers showing students the same math just a different way to solve the math problem. Conclusion Do you have what it takes to be a leader? Successful leaders must be a good diagnostician and must value a spirit of inquiry. If the abilities and motives of the employees under him are variable, he must have the sensitivity and diagnostics to be able to sense and appreciate the differences. Rather than regard the existence of differences as a painful truth to be wished and washed away he must learn to value differences (Jones, George & Hill,2000). To be a successful leader, he or she must have the personal flexibility and a variety of skills, trainings, and influences to use to vary his or her own behavior to work in the differences of the community. Finally, this may sound easy but in reality, it is extremely difficult to practice people and cultures are different and need to be treated differently. Are you a born leader or are you a trained born leader?
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8 Leadership Examination References Kinicki, A., & Williams, B. K. (2016). Management: Aa practical introduction (7ed.). New York, NY: McGraw Hill Education Jones, R. J., George, J.M., & Hill, C.W.L. (2000). Contemporary management (2nd ed.) McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Congresswoman Maxine Waters Biography, serving California’s 43 District , retrieved May 3, 2018 Washington D.C. office
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  • Spring '14
  • Kinicki & Williams, leadership traits, Maxine Waters, LEADERSHIP EXAMINATION

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