Transformational Leadership And Its Impact On Leadership

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As Northouse (2015) explained, transformational leadership is a process that can change and transform the emotions, values, ethics, standard, and long term goals of the people. It also involves transforming followers to accomplish more than what is expected of them. The four factors that are closely associated with transformational leadership includes being an idealized influence or charisma leaders who act as strong role models, have a high standard of moral and ethical conduct, and deeply respected by his or her followers. A leader who can inspire and motivate their followers to be part of a shared vision of the organization. A leader who can also stimulate followers to become more creative and innovative, and provide the necessary coaches and advice to the followers (p.167).
Authentic leadership is a leadership style that is transparent, morally grounded, and responsive to people’s needs and values. A leader that has the genuine desire to serve others and lead from their core values of doing the right thing, established a process of trusting relationship with others, shows self-discipline to reach his or her goals and keep everyone accountable (George, 2003). A leader that based on life’s experience and the meaning he or she attaches to those experience.
Servant leadership also focuses more on the need of followers, empower followers, and help them to develop their full human capacity (Northouse, 2015). A leadership that have the mindset of serving others first before
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