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leadership and supervisory behavior

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Transcript of leadership and supervisory behavior

Leadership and Supervisory Behavior
Group 6
Management people not only manage; they also lead. as leaders, they take the initiative and engage their followers in interactions toward the achievement of certain goals.Over the period of time, leaders and followers could transform each other toward a higher level of expectations and achievement.
Leadership is an important component in the existince, survival and functioning of any group or organization. Many organizations have been aware of the fact that their success is greatly dependent upon the quality and effectiveness of this dimension.
Morale boosting is related to productivity and is an important function of leadership. Studies show that high morale is accompanied by high productivity. Good leadership effects a positive correlation between morale and productivity. Leadership is vital to any organization because the efforts of the constituents from top of management to rank and file need to be coordinated. Group spirit has to be developed, matured and maintained.
Meaning and components of Leadership
As an act or behavior;
as an effect of interaction;
as an exercise of influence;
As a form of persuasion;

As the act of inducing compliance;

As the power relation;

As a focus of group processes;

As an instrument of goal achievement;

As the initiation of structure;



As a differentiated role;
As personality and its effects;

As an attribute of a position; and
As an art.
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