Transformational leadership is a leadership when one or more persons engage with others in such a way that leaders and followers raise one another to higher levels of motivation and morality.
What are the pros and cons of transformational leadership?
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Transformational leadership includes a committed relationship between the leader and their followers. The elements of this leadership are idealized influence, inspirational motivation, intellectual stimulation, and individualized consideration.
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Gandhi's leadership style was transformational. This is the type of leadership where one leads by example and this is what made him famous.
Transformational leadership inspires organizational success by dramatically affecting workers' attitudes about what an organization should be as well as their basic values, such as trust, fairness, and reliability.
Alain Godard has written: 'Transformational leadership' -- subject(s): Leadership
Types of leadership: Democratic Leadership. Autocratic Leadership. Laissez-faire leadership. Strategic Leadership. Transformational Leadership. Transactional Leadership. Coach-Style Leadership. Bureaucratic Leadership.
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Paula Stone has written: 'Transformational leadership in principals'
Transformational Leadership differs from previous leadership concepts in that it focusses on the relationship between the leader and follower. There is an increased level of moral and ethical focus, and the leader is interested in the well being of the person being lead, not just getting the job done. Previous leadership concepts focus on the leader themselves, and what traits and behaviours the leader has. Typically they are focussed on a transactional interaction between leader and follower: ie: You do this job, and get this reward, or punishment, accordingly. Transformational leadership is focussed more on the quality of interation between people. It has an inspiring, uplifting, stimulting and individualised focus. The results are still important, but it is about long term relationship building.
Elaine Sorensen Marshall has written: 'Transformational leadership in nursing' -- subject(s): Nurse administrators, Leadership, Supervisory Nursing, Nurse Administrators
Transformational leadership improves the performance, morale, motivation, and dedication of both leaders and their teams or supporters.Successful transformational leadership:makes an incredibly strong case for why change should happen,promotes a common vision,leads change in an organized manner,successfully integrates the change.Transformational leaders are inspirational, trustworthy, and charismatic role models who lead by example. They understand the strengths and weaknesses of their team and align them with tasks and goals to optimize performance. They engage their team in a way that moves them to also become leaders.Transformational leaders foster high levels of personal commitment from their supporters or team to shared goals, whether those goals are for an organization or a movement. Goals are set with high standards in mind, and transformational leadership has been shown to often exceed more typical achievements.The key elements of transformational leadership, known as the "4 I's," are as follows:Idealized InfluenceBeing a charismatic role model who builds confidence and trustInspirational MotivationProviding meaningful work and setting high standardsIntellectual StimulationEncouraging creativity by questioning common assumptions and beliefsIndividual ConsiderationBeing a mentor by responding to individual needs
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B. S. H. Lim has written: 'Management competencies and transformational leadership'
The style Phil Knight used as CEO of Nike would be considered Transformational, because transactional is more of a directive approach, and he didn't direct his company as much as other high-powered CEO's.
Dr.Martin Luther King can be viewed as using one of three leadership styles; authoritative leader, charismatic leader and also a transformational leader
1 raising people awareness 2 helping people look beyond self-interest