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According to Darling and Heller, when a managerial leader generates a thought and thereby creates a feeling, similar thoughts and feelings are attracted from individuals and other elements in the universe that exist both inside and outside of the organization (Darling & Heller, 2009). I believe this to be true in todays world. The thoughts and feelings that the managerial leader generates are perpetrated on followers and others in the organization. This can positively or negatively impact the organization. It is up to the leader to practice and implement these 4 leadership strategies attention through vision, meaning through communication, trust through positioning, and confidence through respect for successful leader in turn a successful organization.
Attention through vision is the ability vividly share your ideas and goals for the organization clearly and precisely to followers. Doing so requires thinking outside the box and ensuring your ideas are innovative and forward thinking. Successful managerial leaders are constantly generating vibrational thoughts of not only what the organization is presently in the process of becoming but thinking outside of the box regarding what the organization can become even during this period of socioeconomic change (Darling & Heller, 2009). While delivering communication to an organization it is imperative that it is clear, concise and with a purposeful communication. Meaningful communication becomes of major importance in focusing on primary themes of development in an organization. Managerial leaders must positively think of, articulate and define what may have, in previous eras, remained implicit or unsaid, then they must create positive perspectives which provide a visionary focus (Gabrielsson, et al., 2009). Leaders can communicate these points, changes, or asks, but it does not help if the organization does not have trust in the leader. The communication can get lost if the followers do not trust the leader. Trust through positioning is one of the most vital of the leadership strategies. To facilitate change a leader must have charisma and articulate the changes clearly. Having trust from follower helps make this process a little easier. Trust implies accountability, predictability and reliability. It is what helps to facilitate organizational development in times of socioeconomic change, thereby creating innovative operations, products and services successfully (Darling & Heller, 2009). When communicating a vision or changes to an organization can be difficult. Having confidence and charisma can take a leader a long way but having a mutual respect for followers helps them want to do what you are asking because of you and not your title. Success in managerial leadership is achieved by those who establish and maintain a high degree of respect from their associates and do so by having an unusual ability to think positively and bring out the best in others through a positive "other-regard" for their associates (Dess, et al., 2008).
I agree with Darling and Heller that these strategies will ensure a successful leader of an organization. Learning many leadership styles such as supportive leadership, and transformational leadership and many others all share a part of these four concepts. Supportive leadership includes a wide variety of behaviors that shows consideration, acceptance, and concern for the needs and feelings of other people (Yukl, 2013). Ensuring that no matter what leadership style you are using you can implement these strategies and remain successful. I do believe it takes more than simply these strategies, but they play a huge role in a successful leader. The most important choice that people within a firm make is what they think and feel because that choice becomes an important foundation for the achievement of organizational excellence (Darling & Heller, 2009).
Darling, J. R., & Heller, V. L. (2009). Organization development in an era of socioeconomic change: A focus on the key to successful management leadership. Organization Development Journal, 27(2), 9-26. Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.proxy-library.ashford....