LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNICATION.

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Running Head: LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNICATIONLEADERSHIP AND COMMUNICATION[Document subtitle]Student NameCourse Number (ORG500) – Name of Course (Foundations of EffectiveManagement)Colorado State University – Global CampusInstructor’s NameDate
LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNICATION1IntroductionLeadership is a procedure and not importantly a power or a position. Leadership is orientedtowards action and not by virtue of any rank or a title. Leaders are the ones who do the rightthings at the right time. In our personal lives, we have become leaders at a point of time bytaking the responsibility of doing a task or work in order to influence others. And thecommunication is very important for the effective leadership as it is a procedure of sharing ideas,information, and feelings. The effective leadership in the various organizations need to know theway of communication with the employees, investors and customers. The communication skillsare very important in order to become an effective leader (Daft, R. L. 2014). Further, thecommunication strategies are given which will help the William who is the CEO of a publicrelation firm to communicate effectively as a leader as he noticed that the staff is not happy withthe level of communication from top to bottom.Communication Strategies for Effective LeadershipThe researchers have given various communication strategies in order to become an effectiveleader. The communication strategies are as follows (Lawrence, T. 2015):The effective leaders know very well that when to stop talking and when to start listeningin the various situations like high emotions, sharing of ideas, situations of a team, etc.The leaders don't ignore the emotional feelings of the employees as it helps in building apositive relation among the manager and the employees and listening to the ideas ofemployees will help them in remain motivated and encouraged.
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