Organizational Behavior and Ethical Leadership Assignment

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Running head: ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOROrganizational BehaviorName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor Note
1ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIORIntroductionEthical leadership is that kind of leadership where each and person carry out some workor do so conduct for the good of the common betterment or common good.When a particularindividual does something good for the betterment of the society, or for common group ofpeople. The task performed may not be for a particular individual, it for the betterment or goodfor the whole group or the whole society. It is not applicable on a single individual it isapplicable as whole group or bunch of individual for a common purpose (Wu et al., 2015).The great quality of a leader is who leads by example. The leader leads the group; he isthe person who motivates the group and gets it going. The role of the leader is very important, ashe has the responsibility of the group on his shoulder. In leading the group can have much kindof roles, sometimes the leader leads from the front sometimes the leader stays at the back andmotivates the group member to move forward (Zhu, Sun & Leung, 2014). In the history the greatleaders have played many different roles there strategy may have been different, but there goalwas the same. They did everything for the betterment for the group, for the betterment of thesociety as a common cause.If the leaders show that they have the quality of being honest and ethical then in that casethe chances are more that such kind of leader will be preferred by the people more. The followerswant a leader who leads while being honest and who respects others. If the leader is dishonestand unethical, in that case they may set a kind of personality for themselves that all may not likeor prefer (Christensen, Mackey & Whetten, 2014). The followers want their leaders to set anexample in front of them. The example that they set in upfront for their followers to follow. If theleaders turn to be dishonest and unethical, in that case it may set a bad example for theirfollower.
2ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOREvery successful leader are generally good communicators, they tend to communicateand influence its followers and its surroundings. This one of the good qualities or traits that theyposses. It is the duty of the leader to communicate each and every member in the group so as tomotivate them and maintain a relation with them (Tai & Chuang, 2014).The communicationtends to develop a trust and understanding with them. This trust and understanding is veryimportant for as this relation helps to motivate the people. The traits of the great leaders hadalways been to influence others through communication. The leaders who are ethical in naturetend to develop good and long lasting relationship.Social Responsibility of LeadersThe social responsibility of leaders is to inculcate certain skills or qualities within itsdisciples or individual so that may be ethical or social so that they can contribute doesdevelopment of the society. A leader who is ethical in nature can build up an environment whichis positive. This kind of environment helps in maintaining a strong relation and formation of astrong bond between the leaders and its members. The relationship can help to develop thequality of the individual, how they live and think. A great leader can influence people up to suchan extent that he may change the person for the betterment of that person (Hartman, DesJardins.& MacDonald, 2014).A great leader has always done something which is good for people. Maintaining aatmosphere which is positive in nature is one of the very important trait of a great leader, Thepeople are benefited by the motivation or the nurturing that is offered by the leader. The leaders
3ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIORnurture the followers so that they get benefited. The strong relation and inculcation of goodhabits made by the leader help the people to attain success (Paharia & Singh, 2016)A leader who is ethical in nature they tend to collaborate with them, they understand theproblem of the people and the issues that they are facing. They also understands where thepeople are lacking and where they making mistakes. Then they try to rectify the problemsometimes through communication, sometimes through action. The leaders try to make theindividuals according to the leaders as they influence them in such a way that they getsmotivated does conducts a particular work with great enthusiasm (Du et al., 2015).Leaders are someone who leads from the front and people follow. Organizationalleadership is a move towards betterment of an organization or a group. To become a great leadera person has to understand the point of view of other’s and have a clear idea of his own andshould be able to align the both together (Tian, Liu & Fan, 2015).Personality TheoriesTwo main theoretical on personality:Nomothetic theories are that -Personality is manly inherited, with a limited role forenvironmental factors. There are a number of personality types and traits which can be identifiedand measured, giving us an individual’s personality profile
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