Describe about the Leadership.
Leadership is the art of leading and getting things done by the employees in the organization. An effective leader should have the ability to set clear vision of the organization and share it in effective way among the employees. From the Michigan organizational assessment, it can be viewed that as an effective leader one should engage in three different behaviors. These three behaviors are related to personal support, goal emphasis and work facilitation (Parris & Peachey, 2013). It has been found from that assessment that as a leader one personal banker should primarily do goal emphasis. In this behavior, the leader should communicate the clear goals of the organization so that the subordinates can set their own goal as per the overall goal of the organization. As leader, the personal banker should direct his subordinates on how they would communicate with the clients.
One of the other important behaviors of an effective leader is work facilitation. One personal banker should keep all their subordinates be informed about the exact way of working. In this way, the subordinates will realize the potential problems faced by them and thus, will get facilitation from the leader to overcome from the problems (Men & Stacks, 2013). Therefore, the leader becomes able to solve the complex problem before it becomes too disastrous. Apart from that, another behavior that assists a personal banker to be an effective leader is personal support. For being, an effective leader one personal banker should indentify the personal problems his subordinates that is hindering their production (Parris & Peachey, 2013). In this way, the leader would be able to show personal concern for the subordinate that would encourage them in greater productivity.
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