Leadership Philosophy

A leadership philosophy can be thousands of pages long, full of theories, diagrams, experiences, and include an endless list Of considerations. According to the Harvard Business Review, this statement should be eight words and follow the following format: “Verb, target, outcome. ” My personal leadership look thinking and time. With any philosophy there are steps that need to be taken in order to be successful. Sometimes these steps are taking a leap a faith, hoping that it will bring a change. As a leader want to achieve greatness, lead by example and influence others.(More useful information about leadership you can read on flashnews.net – a convenient service for learning by flashcards. After registration you can create your own flashcards or start learning by cards other users.)

With that said my adhering philosophy is “Encourage cohesiveness, lead strategic teams, make a difference”. Development of the philosophy Within the last three weeks I have been promoted from a coordinator to Department Manger of Swedish American Hospital. With the promoting comes great responsibility. I started to work with teams. I want to build trust and lead by example and show my team that I trust others. This means trusting the team and colleagues. As a leader, it’s important to set an example. Team members need to see how critical trust is by demonstrating trust in them, as well as the colleagues.

Working with a cohesive team/group is can be very difficult and team members are always watching and taking cues. It is important in my positions to have open communication, being able to be trustworthy and honest. As a new leader, I want my teams to be cohesive with one another and be able to influence others to make a difference or change the world. Review of the Literature These last few weeks have made me look at a lot of things quite differently. Going into this class, I thought the idea of leadership was leading a group of people to a directed path.

Since I am a manager at my current job, lessons I eve learned over the last few weeks have made me be more successful in my position. In this class have learned that leadership is inspiring/influencing others to pursue your vision within the parameters you set, to the extent that it becomes a shared effort, a shared vision, and a shared success. With the promotion that have received and the lessons learned, it’s imperative for me to put these lessons into my personal work experience. My promotion has directly influenced my personal philosophy. It has made me want to influence my team and colleagues to be the best they can.

With this new title both rower and influence have come into play. Power is the capacity to be able to produce effects on others (Hughes, 2011). With the power that I have, leading by example and creating a level of trust will produce effects on the team’s performance. Influence can be a change in the targets attitudes, beliefs, values, or behaviors (Hughes, 2011). As a leader I can change the level of satisfaction, motivation and cohesiveness. Since am a new leader I do not want to disrupt the organizational climate and the work place behaviors.

Being in a new position can be a challenge but it also can be rewarding by establishing a cohesive team. Synopsis of the Philosophy Is there such thing as a born leader? I believe leadership is an acquired attribute that begins early in school and on the playground. Some children develop take-charge attitudes, some make friends fast, while others are happy just to make the team. Being a new leader in my field, it is important for me to have a cohesive team, and able to lead a strategic team, while being able to make a difference.

Being a new authority figure within the organization the employees and colleagues will look up to you and watch o’er every move to make sure the proper leadership is taking place. Being a motivated leader is important in any organization. As a department manager it is my responsibility to make sure all employees are motivated and satisfaction within their performance. Motivation takes direction, intensity, and persistence. I encourage everyone to aspire to be the best version of themselves each and every day. With time there will be new challenges that require new leadership skills, behaviors, and ways of communicating.

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