How important the personal leadership to the organization’s success?
The main focus of this area is related on how to develop personal leadership and management abilities which are required for the success leadership process achievement that leads oneself to attain his/her ambition development. Being aware of your personal leadership and management skills can improve exponentially the way you lead organizations and deal with others. To attain all these, different objectives, create values and maintain a specific form of culture has to be organized. These culture and value are unique from one organization to another, which bind the whole corporate holistically. All of these affect the leadership and managerial activities of the organization.
In every organization, there has to be a mission, vision, objectives, structures, and strategies. Generally, managers and leaders work for profit-making of the organization, and also they ensure specific fulfillment of objectives, the creation of core values and maintenance of organizational culture.
According to the Business Dictionary, “organizational objectives are the overall goals, purpose, and mission of a business that has been established by its management and communicated to its employees. “ The organizational objectives of a company are long-term and medium-term goals that the corporation seeks to achieve. An organizational objective focuses mainly on two kinds: financial objectives which are measured in quantitative terms (e.g., profit, cost, market) and non-financial objectives which measured in qualitative terms (e.g., customer service, product quality, employee satisfaction, corporate social responsibility). Leadership process follows three forms such as autocratic, bureaucratic and democratic based on the goals or objectives that were set. If the objectives of the organization are not clear to the employees or if it is clear but employees are not motivated to do these works, and then the leaders being autocratic, they will follow the rules “Do What I Say”. Moreover, to be able to achieve the objectives, the leader has to be bureaucratic in a way that he can highlight more on to achieving the goals rather than motivating the employee. In contrary, leaders can follow a democratic system and give the employees the opportunities to participate in the decision-making when the objectives are properly feed to them and it inspires and keep employees motivated.