Relationship Between Managers ' Leadership Styles

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There is growing concern about the financial stability of the college, due to the declining number of enrollments into college. In spite of recent training, that was provided to the admissions team, the team continues to struggle with enrollments, and the goals of the organization remain unmet. Over the past year, there has been a steady decrease in the number of enrollments into the college; which has negatively impacted our investors, student body, and employees’ alike. Recently, there have been multiple complaints filed by various employees with allegation of disrespect, unfair treatment, and reports of a hostile work environment, in the admission department.This research serves to examine the relationship between managers’ leadership…show more content…
Furthermore, that the interpersonal style that a leader has is an important factor in what the effectiveness and organizational climate will be. It was determined that the captain was in the wrong and as a result was relieved of Duty, for cruelty and maltreatment of the unit. Toxic leadership has the ability to create great problems for an organization through the lack of concern for the well-being of others. Due to these findings, it is essential for this organization to implements new practices so that we can remain competitive, and grow. Accordingly, the transformational model of Kouzes and Posner (2012) provides leaders with practical guidance on how to lead, as well as practical steps to address challenges leaders are faced with. That being said, it is important for leaders to identify, and focus, on issues that exist in the organization, and align the vision of the organization with employees to easily transition into new practices (Goleman, Boyatzis, and McKee, 2002). According to Treasurer (2009), “great leaders demonstrate bold reasoned judgment, spirited but calculated risk taking, and a confident but never complacent behavioral disposition.” Leaders that lead by example, also, have an extraordinary capacity to recognize strengths and weaknesses in their organization, and understand the importance of balancing them both. Recently, while attending a group meeting, some alarming behaviors were observed from team leaders of
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