Leadership Power Leadership Power Arshdeep Kaur

Leadership Power

Arshdeep Kaur 

Power is the ability to influence the behavior of others with or without resistance by using a variety of tactics to push or prompt action.

Power is the ability to get things done. People with power are able to influence others behavior to achieve a goal or objective. Others may resist attempts to make them do certain things, but an effective leader is able to overcome that resistance. Although people may regard power as evil or corrupt, power is a fact of organizational life and in itself is neither good nor bad. Leaders can use power to benefit others or to constrain them, to serve the organization’s goals or to undermine them.

An effective leadership helps the employees to work together in close coordination at the workplace and strive hard to accomplish tasks within the stipulated time frame.

A job mismatch at the workplace leads to politics and eventually demotivated employees.

A good leader does not impose work on the employees. The roles and responsibilities must be delegated as per the interest and specialization of the individuals.

Leadership gives a sense of direction to its employees. Every individual knows what he is supposed to do at the workplace.

An effective leadership reduces the chances of politics and conflicts in the organization. Employees stick to an organization for a longer duration under the guidance of able leaders.

Stress is contagious, so it is important to prevent your own stress from cascading to your team to safeguard their performance and well-being. One way to do this is by being mindful of the physical and psychological resources that you are providing your subordinates with during unstable times. Are they being asked to do too much with too little? Are they aware of the uncertainty around them? And if so, how can you reduce their stress? Being able and willing to see yourself through others’ eyes is a key leadership attribute. And while being authentic with your team might help you lead effectively in general, it can backfire when it comes to sharing your stress. You need to find a balance between showing your true self and avoiding the negative effects that this could entail if you contaminate your team with your stress. Your subordinates are unlikely to perceive you as disingenuous if you refrain from sharing something for their good. That said, you do need someone with whom you can share your stress and fears within the organization. This is where your trust cabinet is even more important. Overall, maintaining stability within your team and reducing uncertainty can then be crucial in a stressful context.

A Leader is one who inspires others to act. Good leaders possess a type of power that encourages self-improvement and team building and promotes a positive work culture. The types of power are how people are influenced. The Top Common types of Power in Leadership are:











Arshdeep Kaur 

HR Manager

AirCrews Aviation Pvt Ltd aircrews.arshdeepkaur@gmail.com


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