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Leadership

ability of an individual or organization to guide other individuals, teams, or entire organizations

Leadership is an approach where “acts by persons influence other persons in a shared direction/[common goal]” (Seeman, 1960).[1]

TraitsEdit

  • Cognitive: Having an actively developed strong verbal, perceptual, and reasoning skills which can effectively guide pivots[2] and at the time be compatible to peer groups.
  • Self-confidence: Ability to be certain about one’s competencies and skills with a nurtured sense of self-esteem and self-assurance.
  • Determination: Ability to assert themselves, be proactive, and have the capacity to persevere in the face of obstacles. Characteristics include initiative, persistence, dominance, and drive.
  • Integrity: It is the quality of honesty and trustworthiness. Characteristics are loyalty, dependability, and not deceptive.
  • Sociability: It is the ability to be sensitive to others’ needs and show concern for their well-being. They are people who have good interpersonal skills and create cooperative relationships (friendliness, outgoing, courteous) with their followers and able to take socially responsible decisions.

Team leadershipEdit

There are two factors in team leadership, they are: Interpersonal and Analytical. The interpersonal factors are : Talk, Evaluation, Assisting and Motivating. The Analytical aspects for problem solving with team leadership are: Focusing, Organizing, Collecting, Understanding and Synthesizing the material.[3]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. Locke et al. 1991
  2. What 'Pivot' Really Means
  3. Paul N. Friga (2008). The McKinsey Engagement: A Powerful Toolkit For More Efficient and Effective Team Problem Solving. McGraw Hill Professional. ISBN 978-0-07-164148-7.

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