Decoding Leadership

In the business world, great leadership is a critical piece on the board that can lead an organization to success or failure. The article I discovered focused around decoding the worth of leadership and why it matters in today’s work environment. The article stated that good leadership is critical to an organizations health, and will essential help drive profits and provide greater returns to shareholders. So now the question we must ask is how can we produce and replicate a progressive model of leadership? Through the research provided by the article we can see that 4 out of 20 listed characteristics are relevant. These are to be supportive, operate with a strong results orientation, seek different perspectives, and solve problems effectively. These four qualities seem to be what separates the great managers from the good managers. Of the four traits, the one I find most difficult to obtain and measure pertains to seeking a different perspective. With so many changes occurring due to emerging technologies and innovations understanding what everybody wants has become essential to thriving in the marketplace. When making major decisions, leaders must analyze proven trends supported by hard facts if they want to implement the most effective plan for success. Lastly by gaining access to such trends leaders will now be able to meet the need of their customers in an more efficient way by focusing on what is relevant.

 

Citation

Feser, Fernanda Mayol, and Ramesh Srinivasan. “Decoding Leadership: What Really Matters.” McKinsey & Company. Claudio Feser, 1 Jan. 2015. Web. 09 Feb. 2017.

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