Discuss about the Leadership in Business and Relationship.
Relationship between leadership and communication:
Effective leadership always requires efficient communication for upholding enhanced work culture in the business. Each group of the organization including employee, managers, customers, stakeholders needs to uphold a transparent communication system at the workplace for identifying key development area in the business. Henderson (2015) has discussed that effective communication skills play an important role in any leader’s portfolio, skills or experiences. Leaders may include the verbal or non-verbal communication at the workplace for implementing a particular strategy in the business. Effective leaders consider the verbal communication as the most obvious form of the communication, whereas non-verbal communication allows leaders to implement several decisions in the business.
Adopting style plays an important role for the leaders. Most of the time, good leaders adapt the communication style depending on the characteristics and need of the audiences. On the other hand, Portoghese et al. (2012) have discussed that the leaders primly focus on two different communication styles including friendliness and dominance. The participative leaders always follow the friendliness communication with their employees, as it facilitates to uphold a healthy business in an efficient manner. On the contrary, the autocratic leadership focuses on the dominance communication, as it contributes them to achieve goals and objectives of the business. Leadership communication style also depends on the organization culture. With the involvement of the leader’s communication, an organization can enhance their business opportunity in the global platforms. Henderson (2015) has argued that communication can be related to charismatic and human-oriented leadership than to task-oriented leadership.
Relationship between leadership and training:
Leadership and training are two major components of the business that facilitates to uphold a healthy work environment at the workplace. With the involvement of the leadership development and training activities, the management can enhance the work efficiency in an efficient manner. The concept of leadership depends on the different learning activities that facilitate in enhancing knowledge and working proficiency. Ofner (2016) has discussed that the training is an integral part of the leadership development, which facilitates the organization to experience the profitable outcome in the business.
Leadership training includes several aspects of the business including communications, software skills, customer service, diversity, ethics, and human relationship and quality initiatives. Hasson et al. (2016) have argued that enhanced training and development facilitate the leaders to uphold the business morale at the workplace. Most of the business analysts have discussed that the training and development program are the primary requirements for enhancing the leadership qualities in an efficient manner. However, the training module depends on different leadership styles including autocratic leadership, participative leadership, and transformation leadership (Ofner 2016). Through the involvement of the enhanced learning activity, effective leaders could enhance their performing skills in an effective manner (Hasson et al. 2016). On the other hand, the learning module facilitates the leaders to develop individual skills expanding the capacity of upholding a proper business process management. It is one of the major components for obtaining the individual learner characteristics. Moreover, it provides genuine supports to make a behavioral change from the leader’s supervisors.
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