1. Ethical leadership
Ethical leadership is leadership that is directed by respect for ethical beliefs and values and for the dignity and rights of others it is thus related to concepts such as trust, honesty, consideration, charisma and fairness. Ethical leadership as the process of influencing people through principles, values and beliefs that embrace what we have defined as right behavior.
Example: tom is the director of an organization that provides services to people who are homeless. One day several boxes of stylish new sweaters are donated to the organization from a popular clothing store. The staff is very excited and starts sorting through the clothes and trying on different sweaters. An unethical leader will allow her and the staff to select what they want from the boxes before making them available to clients. An ethical leader reminds everyone, including her, that the donations were ...view middle of the document...
The trainer should identify clear learning objectives and explain why trading will help people improve their leadership.
A personalized approach that develops the person in the position. The result is a more confident, resilient and adaptable leader who can better meet any situation as it arises, and it is very helpful for creating good teamwork and building organizational culture.
3. Learning from experience
Much of the skills essential for effective leadership are learned from experience rather than formal training programs. The extent to which leadership skills are developed during operational assignments depends on the type of experiences afforded by this assignments.experiancing success in handling difficult challenges is essential for leadership development. In the process managers learn new skills and self confidence. Learning from experience involves failure as well as success.
Experience gives you skills and experience that will allow you stand out to potential employers as well as helping you choose the right sector to work in. experience equips you with certain soft skills such as team working, communication skills and commercial awareness.
4. Gender and leadership
Discrimination is clearly in the low number of women who hold high level leadership position in most type of organizations. The strong tendency to favor men over women in filling high level leadership positions has been referred. Earlier in twentieth century gender bases discrimination was supported by old age beliefs that men are more qualified than women for leadership roles these beliefs involved assumptions about the traits and skills required for effective leadership in the organization.
Gender is not supposed to make a difference when it comes to effective leadership style and leadership characteristics of female and male leaders. Women and men face the same challenges of leading and motivating people. Today workplace has a changing vision of what makes a competent leader and is adapting to the work environment of today diverse workforce.