Knowledge about the Ethics
Ethics is all about knowing the difference between what right you have and what is right to do for you.
The ethics is the building block upon which our entire society depends where business is a part of it, and it has some integral and honest standards to conduct the business (Bolman & Deal, 2017).
According to the Indian culture, the Ethics is defined as the non-violence, truthfulness, non-stealing, cleanliness, contentment, austerity, self-study, and abstention from greed.
The term is all about raising the aspiration of various followers and to motivate the people with a desire to reach the goal.
It is about creating a laudable dream and helping the people to achieve it (Fairhurst & Connaughton, 2014).
A leader is someone who is capable of upholding the set of ethical principles and creates the perception in others that are related to the ethics and value of the organizational operation.
Leadership is not only about the personality; it is also about the behavior- set of skills and abilities.
The leadership model is based on the effectiveness of the leader, commitment, engagement and mainly the satisfaction (Fairhurst & Connaughton, 2014).
Leaders have the innovative model of the way. They create standard of excellence and set several examples for others to follow.
They foresee the future, create an unique image for the upcoming generations.
They challenge every opportunities and look for innovativeness.
They respect the decision and efforts of other.
They encourage the individuals and maintain their spirit throughout.
Difference between the leader from business and sports
Responsible for the training of employees
Supervise the actual completion of tasks in the organization
Inspire the other employees about their work and company.
Protect the employees from internal and external threats.
Proper time management skills
Empathy with the athletes
Ability to envoy wherever is necessary
Role model for others
Good crisis management skills
Appreciates the wider aspects of sports
Report writing skills
Authentic leadership and Kouzes and Posner’s 5 exemplary leader practices
Credibility is the foundation of the leaders.
Leaders from business and sports background earn the leadership quality with complete dedication and following the real values.
They should stand up for their beliefs and choices of others.
They engage others in a common aspirations.
Eloquent speeches are necessary to motivate others.
They should follow what they have said (Goleman, Boyatzis & McKee, 2013).
Relentless, efforts, competence, steadfastness and more attention is required.
Inspired a shared Vision Imagination turns to reality
The leaders from various business and sports environment share a clear image of the possibilities.
They believe in opportunities and can make a difference.
They desire today, work on it and produce the results that no one else has ever produced. works in group with an expressive style (Nahavandi, 2016).
The business and sport leaders are considered as the pioneers.
They always step to the unknown ideas and situations.
Search for the opportunities to grow, improve and innovate.
They are able to change the stressful climate in the workplace.
The business and sport department heads cant work alone.
Leadership is a like team effort to achieve the common target.
Create the climate where the entire team can work.
They know the real talents of the employees and engage them according to their ability and ideas.
Leaders are connected, act strong and informative for the employees.
Encourage the heart: Maintain the winning spirit
The leaders appreciate the work of each employee and maintains their spirit.
Climbing the top is quite arduous and long. Employees need the support and courage from the leaders (Northouse, 2015).
Workplace should be fun and creative.
They set high standards and expectation for their organization.
Positive impacts of leadership on the culture
Leadership helps to shape the culture in the organization and culture in turn shapes the leadership.
Leaders sets the agenda and influence the organizational culture for the long terms (Goleman, Boyatzis & McKee, 2013). They have set the standards within the members to work like a team to achieve the goals.
They build the human strength.
They also make the lives of people more interesting and fulfill the wish.
Leaders nurture the hidden talents that resides in all of the employees (Northouse, 2015).
They develop rigorous academic and psychometric standards that are quite relevant for the company.
Negative impacts of leadership on the culture
Poor leadership leads to lack of the vision.
Creates huge gap between the strategy and execution process.
Effects the improvement of the employees within the team.
Cause problems in the turnover and proved to be root cause of the cultural mediocrity (Fairhurst & Connaughton, 2014).
Affects the entire area of the business.
More confusion and misunderstanding develops within the organization that lowers the values and morality.
Fun and enjoyment are part of life; not the entire life.
Trainers should enquiry about issues related to the consumption of alcohols and drugs.
They should allow those students who are clear about their dream and mission.
The institute should have the gyms and health cares.
Should maintain a structural consistency and “quiet space”.
Allow flexible schedule and engage the members in team-building exercises to avoid depressions.
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Fairhurst, G. T., & Connaughton, S. L. (2014). Leadership: A communicative perspective. Leadership, 10(1), 7-35.
Goleman, D., Boyatzis, R. E., & McKee, A. (2013). Primal leadership: Unleashing the power of emotional intelligence. Harvard
Nahavandi, A. (2016). The Art and Science of Leadership -Global Edition. Pearson.
Northouse, P. G. (2015). Leadership: Theory and practice. Sage publications.