1.1 Overview of the Research
Leadership is one of the essential aspects of human resource management (HRM), through which an organisation can enhance its overall outcome in terms of profitability and growth. In this regard, it is highly essential to identify the essential constituents of the effective leadership through conducting this particular research (Garvey, 2010).
1.2 Aims and Objective of the Research
This particular research seeks to identify the effective leadership skills, which can influence the performance of an organisation in a positive manner. At the same time, the study will aim to distinguish the dependent and independent variables, which may lead an organisation towards future growth. The objective of this particular research is depicted below:
- To identify the key constituents of effective leadership skills
- To analyse the dependent and independent factors that may drive future growth for an organisation
1.3 Research Question
Whether effective leadership can lead future growth for an organisation?
2.0 Literature Review
With an aim of identifying the appropriate outcome of the research study, it is highly essential while conducting research to gather adequate information regarding the research topic. In this context, it can be claimed that approximately more 35,000 research has been already conducted in this particular research topic (Bhattacharya and Mukherjee, 2011). In this regard, several business reports have claimed that an organisation needs to consider leadership development programmes with an aim of identifying, attract, fill, and retain corporate leadership talent. Thus, while conducting this research, the study will highlight towards the aspects of leadership skills (Van Kleef et al.
According to the viewpoint of Bhattacharya and Mukherjee (2011), self assessment is designed to help leaders determine which leadership skills they may need to develop. It focuses on eight components dealing with providing direction, leading courageously, fostering teamwork, championing change, coaching people, motivating others, building relationships and acting with integrity.
2.2 Goal Setting Skills
Based on the viewpoint of Van Kleef et al. (2010) successful leaders focus on what they want to achieve. The abilities to set clear goals and plan how to achieve them are important leadership skills. If you cannot identify and communicate goals and plan how to achieve them, you will have difficulty fulfilling other leadership responsibilities.
2.3 Learning Negotiation
According to the viewpoint of Garvey (2010), advanced negotiation skills of a leader can improve the outcome for an organisation. In this context, it can be claimed that it signifies better analytical as well as interpersonal skills of a leader.
2.4 Team Building and Motivation
According to the viewpoint of Van Kleef et al. (2010), successful leaders are able to influence others. They use their innate qualities to inspire a workforce, a team, or a nation to achieve goals. Effective leaders are able to manage relationships with others and create positive outcomes.
3.0 Research Method
3.1 Research Design
In order to archive the objective of the research, it is highly essential to structured design, which will assist to identify the outcome of the research study more significantly. Moreover, choosing sample type and sample size is also highly essential aspect i.e. designing a research framework.
3.2 Data Collection and Data Analysis
During conducting the research, data collection is highly essential aspect, through which outcome of the research study can be indentified in an effective manner. In this context, both primary and secondary data will be taken into consideration. Thus, with an aim of identifying the importance of branding; primary data will be collected through conducting a survey. At the same time, peer reviewed journals, articles and business report will be taken into consideration for collecting secondary data. Moreover, for analyzing and identifying the research objective it is also essential to conduct survey among the respondents (Gialdino, 2009).
3.3 Reliability Validity and Ethical Consideration
Quality is one of the most essential aspects for a research study. In this regard, it can be stated that for ensuring the quality it is essential to concentrate towards the reliability and validity of the data. Ethical concern is one of the key aspects, which may be ensuring the smooth implementation as well as adequate outcome of the research objective. In this context, it can be that for ensuring ethical consideration genuineness of the research study should be maintained (Gialdino, 2009).
During depiction of conclusion, one hypothesis needs to be chosen on the basis of evidence of the research report. Through this research paper, analyst tries to introduce the effective leadership skills that help in leading the organizational goals and objectives in corporate sector.
Van Kleef, G., and et al., 2010. On Angry Leaders and Agreeable Followers: How Leaders' Emotions and Followers' Personalities Shape Motivation and Team Performance. Psychological Science, 21(12), pp.1827-1834.
Bhattacharya, D. and Mukherjee, D., 2011. Goal Setting Tendencies, Communication Skills And Work Motivation Vis-À-Vis Age Difference – A Study On Public Sector Organization. Ijar, 1(9), pp.206-208.
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Gialdino, D., 2009. Sampling Designs in Qualitative Research: Making the Sampling Process More Public. The Qualitative Report, Vol. 12, Iss. 2, pp. 238-254.