describe the importance of situational factors in determining leadership behaviours by using any one of the situational theories.
Change has become an inevitable aspect of organisations today and one of the key tasks of leaders is to implement change for the improvement of organisational performance. In this context, describe the way in which leaders can implement change in an organisation.
Managers and leaders should take a realistic and visionary view of people who work for them and with them.
(a) describe how the leader fulfils his role as a motivator in the organisation.
(b) Briefly comment on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory of motivation.
It has been argued that strong and cohesive work groups can have beneficial effects for organisation.
(a) describe the factors contributing to group cohesiveness and performance.
(b) Team and taskforces do not always produce the desired results. Briefly comment on the limitations of teamwork in the workplace.