2. • Leadership
- Defined as one’s ability to get others to
- is an integral part of the management
- is a product of interpersonal relations. It is a
function within a specific social structure of
3. • - is a process whereby an individual guides,
directs, influences or controls the thoughts,
feelings and behavior of others.
• (Harold Koontz & Cyril O’Donnel)
- the art or process of influencing people so
that they contribute willingly and
enthusiastically toward group goals.
- a kind of work done to meet the needs of a
social situation. (Philip Selznick)
4. • According to Keith Davis,
“Leadership is the ability to
persuade others to seek defined
objectives enthusiastically. It is the
human factor which binds a group
together and motivates it towards
6. Since people tend to follow those
who, in their view, offer them a
means of satisfying their own
personal goals, the more managers
understanding what motivates their
subordinates and now the
motivations operate, and the more
they reflect this understanding in
carrying out their managerial
actions, the more effective they are
likely to be as leaders.
8. 1. The first ingredient of leadership is power –
the ability to use power effectively and in a
2. The second ingredient of leadership is a
fundamental understanding of people –
the ability to comprehend that human beings
have different motivation forces at different
times and in different situations.
9. 3. The third ingredient of leadership is the ability
to inspire – the rare ability to inspire followers to
apply their full capabilities to a project.
4. The fourth ingredient of leadership has to do
with the style of the leader and the climate he or
she develops – the ability to act in a manner that
will develop a climate conducive to responding
to and arousing motivations.
19. Leadership and management are
the terms that are often considered
synonymous. It is essential to
understand that leadership is an
essential part of effective management.
As a crucial component of
management, remarkable leadership
behaviour stresses upon building an
environment in which each and every
employee develops and excels.