The Primary Differences Between Failure and Beliefs

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Running head: LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLESLeadership PrinciplesName of the Student Name of the University Author note
1LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLESIntroductionCore values are the enduring and fundamental tenets which should not be compromisedat any situation, even if for any kind of short-term convenience or any financial gain. As statedby Thomas J. Watson Jr., the former chief executive of IBM, while finding the primarydifferences between failure and beliefs, mostly the organizations are stuck with the question ofsustaining the great talents within the organization. This also leads back to the question whetherthe organization can sustain the common senses and causes through generations (Collins andPorras et al). However, this answer lies within the belief of any organization. It is also believedby many of the academicians that for surviving in the competitive market and achieving successan organization should have a pre-determined set of beliefs that can be the foundation of anyaction or policy taken for the organization or its stakeholders (Shapiro & Stefkovich, 2016).These beliefs are mostly called the core values which should come before any action, policy orpractice and the organizations should faithfully adhere to these values through generations. Inany political organization, the core values have a significant part to play as the general peoplestarts believing in a particular organization if they are holding on to their core principle values.This essay will address the issue of the impact of these core beliefs on the decision makingprocess of any leader along with defining how the decision making process of Narendra Modi isdetermined by either compassion or beliefs. Discussion Individual assumptions and beliefs can be very much significant in the decision makingprocess of any organization or any individual. As stated, “We don’t believe the world we see; wesee the world we believe”, defines that frequently the decisions may not make much sense to
2LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLESother people; however, it can always have a huge influence on the learning capacity of people.While making any decisions, the individual culture and values play a huge part (Axelrod, 2015).Several researches in the past, have already addressed the issue of being committed to theorganization and to its core values. Most of the times, the core value provides a simple yetsubstantial guidance to the decision making process. In the business world, the organizationsconsider their clients ahead of anything else because they know that without the customers, theorganizations are nothing (Kaner, 2014). Therefore, their core values are directed towardsserving the customers along with supporting the employees who are doing so. There are number of core values that the organizations have. The visionary organizationsmostly have three to six core values. These values are deeply rooted and fundamentallydetermined by the organization; therefore these are not going to changed or compromised at anysituation. However, Ford & Richardson (2013) states that, it is highly possible that if theorganizations are holding more core values, it can affect the decision making process of theleaders. The leaders may fail to recognize that which value is truly core, therefore creating astatement of those values, the leaders may not be able to comprehend the faithful adherencetowards a specific one. On contrary, they may not understand which values can be compromisedor discarded if the surroundings are not adequately favorable. It should be noted that the corevalue or the core ideology should exist in any political or strategic organization as the internalconstituent, even though it is largely dependent on the external settings (Pettigrew, 2014). As aninstance, it can be said that when the British created their colonies, they did not put independenceand equality as the core value of those political institutions as the external environment did notsupport it. However, the core ideologies change with the course of time as these values worktowards providing inspirations and guidance to all the future generations.

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