The Impact of Organization Leadership on Organization Governance

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All organizations and enterprise, both profile and profit conducts their business via respect and involvement for those who work in them to attain superior results. This is achieved through involvement of good leadership. According to Uju (2013), leadership is the vision creation concerning a defined future state that seeks to entangle all organizational setting membership, with an influence that is necessary to the achievement of organization objectives. Leadership is defined as a process in which an individual influences others to attain an objective and guides the organization in a manner that makes it more coherent and cohesive. Corporate governance on the other hand refers to a manner, fact and act of controlling,
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Good leadership develops a good working atmosphere for all individuals associated with the governance of an organization. It motivates workers to perform their duties at ease with great level of enthusiasm. This gives an organization a chance of experiencing great overall outcome from great workers performance that surpasses the minimum set performance level. Beside this good leadership allows a great relationship among the organization stakeholders, an aspect that motivates every stakeholder to carry out their duties effectively and thus, ensuring great overall performance. This translates into a good governance and hence smooth running of an organization. However, a poor leadership can highly destroy the working relation of organization stakeholders and thus resulting to poor organization overall performance.
Different forms of leadership influences organization governances differently. According to Caldwell et al. (2008), the ethical stewardship concept has its roots in stakeholder theory and it is a governance theory in which managers are stewards whose intentions are aligned with the goals of a number of individuals. Theories of governance are concerned with how management and leadership principles are formally employed in the performance of organizational business, how leaders maintain and develop relationships that generate cooperation and commitment of those who work for them, how goals and values are integrated in the
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