Communications in Organizations Sample Assignment

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Communications in OrganizationsNameDaniel PlescaUnit 2Leadership and the OrganisationWord count2000Date03-03-2020CONTENTSS. No.DescriptionPageNo1. Identify different skills and characteristics of successful leaders in yourorganisation and assess how they with their leadership style influence theorganisation. 21.1: Identify different skills and characteristics of successful leaders. 21.2: Assess how different leadership styles can influence an organisation.32. In context to your organisation, Appreciate and Comment on andEvaluate the usefulness of different leadership theories, models andprinciples. Discriminate between the leadership skills needed for differenttasks in you organisation and at different levels.32.1 Appreciate and comment on different leadership theories, models and principles.42.2 Discriminate between the leadership skills needed for different tasks inorganisations and at different levels, from strategic to team leader.42.3: Evaluate the usefulness of leadership theories, models and principles.5Your NameAssignment1
3.1: Does your organization’s objectives influence the choice of leadership style?Discuss. 63.2: For other industries or sectors, evaluate what leadership styles may be most suitedto them.63.3: Evaluate for different functions of your organisation and situations, what leadershipstyles may be most suited to them.73.4: Identify methods of leadership development suitable for a range of differentcontexts.81. Identify different skills and characteristics of successful leaders in yourorganisation and assess how they with their leadership style influence theorganisation.Leaders are the ones who must create, develop and implement a vision of success,which through the strategies and policies developed will lead to the development of thecompanies they represent.1.1: Identify different skills and characteristics of successful leadersA successful leader must possess a series of qualities, knowledge, skills andbehaviors necessary for all the components of the company, as well as a series ofknowledge and skills specific to this field. From the first category are: intelligence,memory, the spirit of observation, the ability to concentrate, character, qualitiesnecessary for any profession, but to increased dimensions for managers, given thecomplexity and difficulty of managerial processes.The 34th President of United States, Dwight.D. Eisenhower once said, “The supremequality of leadership is unquestionably integrity. Without it, no real success is possible.Probably the most difficult job for a leader is to persuade others to follow. If you areunsure about your own decisions and qualities, then your subordinates will never followyou. It can only be possible if you inspire your followers by setting a good example.Effective leaders are considered as "team people" empowered by the will and activesupport of the others, respectively of the subordinates who are led by conflictsgenerated by their own interests. They must creatively anticipate and actively promoteYour NameAssignment2
new and courageous directions in an ethical and sensitive manner. Leaders mustensure an adequate organizational framework for the company's employees todemonstrate their skills and initiative, to leverage their knowledge to the highest levels,without the need for an army of supervisors or to build rigid or sophisticated controlsystems.1.2: Assess how different leadership styles can influence an organisationThe leadership style is the proper way of being, behaving and acting of the manager inthe management process. The style represents the specific way of exercising themanager's roles.Theautocraticstyle emphasizes hierarchical leadership and control, rigorous disciplineand subordinate accountability. It is characterized by rigidity and centralization ofauthority, single-person decisions being prevalent. The autocratic style, is typicallynegative, producing dissatisfaction with the subordinates and counterproductive effectsfor the activity: drop out, lack of involvement, low efficiency, leaving the organization.Thedemocraticstyle is characterized by the decentralization of authority (power), thedecisions not being single-person, but resulting from the consultation and participationof employees. The manager and the led group act as a social group in which thesubordinates become collaborators of the chief, being permanently informed and trainedto express their ideas and to formulate suggestions and proposals. Vertical andhorizontal communication between workers, compartments, organizational subdivisionsand hierarchical levels is stimulated. Human relations are developed and a pleasantworking climate is ensured. The exercise of the democratic style ensures greater jobsatisfaction. Theliberal style is characterized by the lack of intervention of the managerin organizing and coordinating the subordinate group, reduced commitment to meetingthe objectives, full freedom of decision and action of the subordinates. The members ofthe group work autonomously, and the manager seems simple group member. TheLiberal manager is more of a recorder of results, and his role is primarily to facilitate thegroup's operations, providing him with information and ensuring contact with the outsideenvironment.Thebureaucraticstyle is characterized by a mechanical functionality, based ondeterministic thinking patterns. The emphasis is on discipline, written communication,signature and stamp authority. It is an inefficient style, which discourages innovationand change, but is found quite frequently in public institutions.2. In context to your organisation, Appreciate and Comment on andEvaluate the usefulness of different leadership theories, models andprinciples. Discriminate between the leadership skills needed for differenttasks in you organisation and at different levels.Your NameAssignment3
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