Command Style

Command it is hard to define. A lot of famous but not so famous people have been authoring it as well as the importance of a highly effective leadership for organizations to be successful. One of my top features is the 1 Harry T. Truman the Thirty-third President of the United States did: " My meaning of a leader... is a man that can persuade visitors to do what they don't might like to do, or do what they're too lazy to do, and like it”. But , will need to a leader use always similar type of leadership style regardless of what? What if the organization is going through a process of combination, should the leader keep making use of the same design as normally the one he applied before the combination? I would believe what Gary Yukl says: " Powerful leaders make use of a pattern of behavior that may be appropriate for the case and displays a high matter for process objectives and a high matter for relationships" (Yukl, 2009). An effective head should be able to behave and connect to the environment around him.

As the popular wisdom says, what is permanent in this a lot more change; people change, our economy changes, technology advances help to make business and life several; leadership can not be any several. Leaders needs to be in continuous evolution and change, depending on the moment that his/her organization can be living. It is theorized which exist several different types of leadership. Daniel Goleman in his book Fundamental Leadership features six management styles: Experienced Leadership, Coaching style, Affiliative leadership, Democratic Leadership, Pacesetting Leadership and Commanding leadership.

Because Goleman establish in his theory, effective commanders are attuned to other's feelings and move these questions positive emotional direction. They speak authentically of the own beliefs, direction and priorities and react with all the emotions of surrounding people. That can be identified by Goleman as " resonance”; in my own terms, resonance is the ability of a leader of transform on its own during the...

References: Yukl, Gary A. (2006) Leadership in Organizations, 7/e. Prentice Hall.

Goleman Daniel, Boyatzis Richard and McKee Annie (2002) Primal Leadership: Knowing the

Power of Mental Intelligence, Harvard Business School Press