MD4042 LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT.

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MD4042LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENTASSESSMENT TWO – INDIVIDUALESSAY“EMOTIONAL LEADERSHIP IS A NECESSARY DRIVING FORCE FORORGANISATIONAL SUCCESS”1
ContentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................3Main Body..................................................................................................................................3Conclusion..................................................................................................................................8References..................................................................................................................................92
IntroductionIt is attributed that an organisation can only accomplish success and achieves greater heightswith the only inevitable factor of effective leadership within the organisation. It can beregarded that collaboration is one of the most influential aspects that help employees to carryout their responsibilities with much efficacy. Regardless of the size, Zhang et al. (2018)observed that teamwork could be essentially contributively towards the success of anorganisation. However, it is the leader who supports the team members by offering them ablesupport and ensuring harmony and unity among the team members, thus motivating themtowards the organisational objectives collaboratively. Meanwhile, Loerakker and van Winden(2017) noted that effective leadership could also extract the best outcomes from the skills andtalents present among the team members. Kraus (2017) often observed that the leaders playan imperial role when employees face challenging situations by taking the right and wisedecision and even taking responsibility for any risks that may come across. In this, the leaderscan also support minimising the work pressure. Anyhow, Kraus (2017) revealed thatemotional leadership could bring about influential outcomes by encouraging and motivatingthe employees emotionally and thereby attaining the goals easily. A good leader can becharacterised by the ability to persuade the employees to perform their tasks andresponsibilities efficiently by taking on with the right emotions. However, in contrasts to this,if a leader within organisational contexts does not behave positively, the results would bedrastically negative. However, the following report is intended to examine the relevance ofemotional leadership within an organisational context and thus assessing its role in enhancingthe organisational outcomes.Main BodyAs per the viewpoints of Ahmed and Lodhi (2021), it is pointed out that leader has asignificant role for the success of an organisation as they are mainly involved in stating andaccomplishing the objectives in the best possible way by moulding the employees inaccordance to these objectives However as the leader is the person who leads and directs theirteam members, it is expected that these leaders showcase an ideal attitude and behaviour forthe entire team. It is to be assured that leaders maintain the close relationship among the teammembers making the communication open and smooth.3
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