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questions, assessing the responses I would receive and behaving in an efficient and ethical manner,regardless of the circumstance. I've learned how to apply motivational strategies to motivate theworkforce; how to search for measures for organizational behavior and evaluate these indicators againststructured objectives. I studied how perceived behaviors and misinterpretations lead to problems in theworkplace, workers can interpret the misunderstanding from management unless negative traits andunproductive behaviors are quickly identified and addressed.Growth and change are inevitable, but with transformational leadership we can empower workers toembrace change by creating a culture of responsibility, ownership and accountability in the workplace.People can make the workplace exciting, fun, and productive, or they can make it a dull, boring, andunsuccessful place where everyone is reluctant to go. Being a transformational leaders, you’ll influenceand motivate the workforce without micromanaging, you’ll trust qualified employees to take decision-making authority in their assigned positions. People are the greatest asset in an organization.