Organizational leadership attributes
The major organizational leadership attributes that are depicted by the concerned leader in discussion, Jeffrey R. Immelt refer to his ability to help the company in steering towards the creativity and thereby facilitating the growth of the company. The chief executive officer of the company is known to have aimed at the increment of the revenues that are being earned by the company at present. The CEO of the company is known to have been steering the company as well as the employees of the company towards the growth in the overall performance of the company (Brady, 2005). The CEO of the company is known to have been implementing the issues that aim to help in the increment of the revenues earned by encouraging the employees of the concern to put forth the innovative ideas that might help General Electric Co. to increase the competitive advantage in the given market.
Changes in GE and hardships faced
The CEO is observed to have been attempting to bring about the necessary changes in the given organization through providing encouragement to the concerned employees of the organization in discussing the ways in which the given organization might flourish. The CEO is observed to have been adapting to the recruitment of the global workforce within the organization. This, according to Webster (2015), in turn, might help in the increase of the diversity within the organizational workforce thereby leading to the overall improvement in the performance of the company.
The major hardship areas that might deter the CEO are the acquisition of the ways to steer the workforce towards the creativity within the company.
Brady, D. (2005). The immelt revolution. Business Week, 28(2005), 64-73.
Webster, M. (2015, November). Social Justice and Organisational Leadership: Strategies for Creating a Socially Just Workplace. In AASW National Symposium 2015 Social Workers as Leaders and Change Agents.