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Leadership Portrayed In Monologue From Shakespeare’s Henry V

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Leadership is defined as a socially constructed process and which also affect organizational future outcomes. Leader is someone at high position who have overall duty for an organization, she or he decide what to do and the way how to achieve it. (Carter and Greer, 2013)The role of leader is extremely important for an organization, leader use their own power to influence the followers though many different ways such as motivation in order to realize the organization object. (Waal and Sivro, 2012)
In history there is a fight between Henry v of England and the French army on 25th of October 1415.Henry was aim to reclaim English land which seized by France at that time. The French army have ...view middle of the document...

Henry motivates their soldiers through the language he use. (Seargeant, 2009) Transformational leadership used by Henry, the relationship between Henry and English soldiers in terms of motivation and commitment. Under the leading of Henry, English soldiers regard this battle as commitment instead of task. (Weichun et al, 2011) Henry plays very important role of leadership in this time battle, this leads to success of the English army. He try to encourage his brother in order to have better performance in this battle, and enable the English soldiers do not fear of French army although they have more armor and horses than them. In Henry’s speech he didn’t mentioned any words about to win, he just told their soldiers that they have ability to protect their country for their family and their country’s reputation. (Jacqueline and Milton, 2012)In real life case, a successful leader usually has good communication skill when talk to followers, people cannot influence their team members without connect communication to them.
Language is a most powerful tool used by leader to manage and influence people in different industries. (Seargeant, 2009) Henry’s speech with unlimited energy and confidence, he cheers up his band of brothers and then his brothers try them best to fight in this time battle with French army. Similarly, a good business leader should be able to reinforce the core value of their company through communication with their followers. (Laura, 2013)Leader must make sure that every team members in the organization they receive the same quality amount of information; everyone should be able to see and hear the speech which hold by leader. Skilled communication language plus specific working environment result in clearer task for the followers to work on with better outcomes. (Laura, 2013)
Moreover, this is not only because what Henry said to his soldiers making such success achievement but also there is long-term good relationship between them. (Carter and Greer, 2013) According to the movie can see that Henry contributes a lot to the relationship with soldiers, for example Henry say very friendly greetings to his band of brothers every single day. Charismatic leadership used by Henry to better manage his English army. (Seargeant, 2009) Effect of the leader’s charisma habit can indirectly change organization culture and the performance of individual employee. Research shows that charismas have a positive relationship with organizational performance. (Carter and Greer, 2013)
It is very important for leader keep a good relationship with their followers, harmonious working environment enables them to realize same organizational goal easier. (Laura, 2013) However, not all studies found that there is positive relationship between charisma and organization’s performance....

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