Leadership Self-Assessment Analysis
Cites the effectiveness of a tempered leadership style that combines effective leadership with good management.
# 48731 | 2,284 words | 2 sources | APA | 2004 |
Published on Feb 15, 2004 in Business (Companies) , Business (Administration) , Business (Management) , Business (Business Plans) , Ethics (General)
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The leadership theories discussed in Peter G. Northouse's " Leadership: Theory and Practice" and Lee G. Bolman and Terrence E. Deal's "Reframing Organizations" are applied to the paper's author's own profession as a partner in an accounting firm. The first part of the paper discusses various leadership styles. In this section, the author notes how the classical leadership style necessarily limits the ways in which a leader can both lead and manage in the modern era and suggests that her accounting firm would benefit best from a leader who embodies the consideration style of leadership. The second section includes the results of a self-inventory process concerning the author's leadership style, and the last section of the paper discusses the effectiveness and other advantages of this style of leadership.
From the Paper:"In the wake of the corporate scandals of Enron and the Arthur Anderson Company, there have been increased calls for strong ethical leadership. Leadership has always been regarded as a key factor in ensuring the effectiveness of any organization. However, new models are also being developed to challenge the limitations of the prevailing classical theories of leadership."
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