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For Personality Development

Jayne Xylene

on 3 March 2013

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Transcript of Leadership

Leadership What is leadership? Leadership is an ability, meaning a leader has the capacity to do something through talent and skill. Talent is the natural ability, and skill is the proficiency gained through training and experience. It is the process of social influence in which one person can have the aid and support of others to accomplish a task. The trait theory of leadership And Thomas Carlyle believed that trait leadership depended on the physical qualities and power of the leader. According to Francis Galton, leadership was inherited, which meant leaders were born and not developed. Everyone has the chance of becoming a leader. Types of Leadership Kurt Lewin and his colleagues 1. Autocratic or Authoritarian Style All decision-making powers are centralized in the leader.
Expect that these leaders will
not entertain any suggestions. 2. Participative or Democratic Style It favors decision-making by the group.
The leader gives instruction after consulting the group. 3. Laissez-faire or Free Rein Style The leader does not lead, but leaves the entire group to itself. Leadership in the
Tourism and Hospitality Industry Good leadership is significant
to the attainment of the
organizational objectives. Leadership is not only for the person who has a higher position in a company. It should also be shown in the way you lead yourself towards the attainment of your personal goals. The leadership image will present yourself confident in your assigned task and is ready to face challenges of the work environment, and is at par with company standards. Leadership in the tourism and hospitality industry also influences people to let them perform their assigned tasks with less supervision. Management
Leadership Leadership
Focus on people
Do the right things
Motivate Management
Focus on things
Do things right
Control As a person, we need both management and leadership, for there is a greater need for better leadership at all levels. Approaches to Categorizing
Levels of Leadership
Leads a team of up
to 20 people
His/her leadership clearly specify tasks to be achieved. Operational Leader Team Leader He is the leader and the main part of the organization.
There is more than one team leader, and he/she controls the leaders of the organization. Strategic Leader The leader of a whole organization
Has a number of operational leaders reporting to
him. Traits of a Leader Has a positive attitude
Knows what he wants to do
Leads by example
Possess humility and hospitality
Demands excellence, not perfection
Tells people what to do,
not how to do it
Demonstrates knowledge and skills
Presents a professional image
Listens to subordinates
Use positive recognition Selecting Future Hospitality Leaders Three approaches to leadership: 1. The Qualities Approach
Based upon the qualities a leader displays 2. The Situational Approach
Dates back to the thoughts of Socrates in 5th century BC

Based upon the principle that, in any situation, people tend to follow a person who knows what to do and how to do it. 3. The Functional Approach
Leaders at all levels need to motivate individuals to work effectively in teams to achieve a given task.
This can be achieved by applying functions such as: briefing, planning, monitoring, supporting, and reviewing. What qualities are these? Possess good communication and listening skills
Has a sense of humor
Has a sense of responsibility
With human factor
Builds relationships upon trust, consistency, and transparency
Unafraid to admit failings
Possesses humility and integrity
Keeps commitment
Demonstrates competence and capabilities Developing Leadership Skills Start in school
Do not be self-centered
Be open-minded
Gather your team for final talk
Have self-reflection Areas you need to develop 1. Integrity
Be honest to gain respect and trust
2. Passion
Be enthusiastic about your work
3. Commitment
Be willing to work hard and have strong discipline
4. Courage
Be brave as a leader
5. Being Goal-Oriented
Be focused on the objectives
6. On Developing People
Developing your team will lead to a stronger team Reported by: Jae Anne Ritz G. Alop
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