ORGANISATIONAL LEADERSHIP

Leadership and organisation


An organisation is a structure designed and put into motion by its leaders to accomplish a particular end.

An organisation is essential when people seek to accomplish any kind of task or goal.  
Essentially,  where an organisation exist,  there must also exist leadership.

It means an organisation cannot exist without leaders. 
An organisation is a system and the leaders are at the head of it. 

The leader is at the top of the hierarchy and leads other individuals.

Where there is a hierarchy of leaders, there must be a base. A hierarchy without a solid base will obviously collapse.

Leadership and organisation run concurrently. They cannot do without the other.

For any organisation to succeed, you must check the quality of its leadership.

The set of leaders in such an organisation that is successful are self-effacing individuals, who display the fierce resolve to do whatever is needed to be done to make the organisation great.

Leaders are more concerned about seeing that the vision of the organisation is achieved and ensure it is done in the best way possible and they are not concerned about credit and personal recognition.

Leadership is more about influencing others to action, than it is more about commanding and controlling people.

It’s not the position that makes the leader; it’s the leader that makes the position.”

Every organisation is motivated by a vision.

It is the leaders in such organisation that projects the vision to the followers.

The leaders provide a mission for the organisation to achieve the vision.

Without quality leadership in the organisation, the vision and the mission will fail, that is why leadership is all about influence.

It is a must for every organisational leadership to make solid influence and cooperation among its members.

Leadership + Influence = Successful organisation  

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