The quality of character and personality giving a person the ability to gain the confidence of and lead others; as, Washington's leadership was indispensible to success of the American Revolution.
The people who serve as leaders of a group; as, the party leadership was in disarray after the election.
An essential part of a quality improvement effort. Organization leaders must establish a vision, communicate that vision to those in the organization and provide the tools and knowledge necessary to accomplish the vision.
Can be defined as creating vision, inspiring commitment and directing human resource efforts toward organisational objectives.
The capacity to assess and interpret needs and opportunities, to establish direction, to influence and align others towards a common aim, motivating and committing them to action, and making them responsible for their performance.
The art or process of influencing people so that they will strive willingly and enthusiastically towards the achievement of the group's mission.
The process, by which an individual determines direction, influences a group and directs the group toward a specific goal or organizational mission.
the ability to influence and motivate people to cooperatively achieve important goals (p. 61)
the action of leading a group of people or an organisation.
An essential element of parish life, which calls forth gifts of visioning, planning, empowering, and evaluating for the service of the community.
The process by which a leader influences a group to move toward the attainment of a group of superordinate goals.
The ability to inspire confidence and support among the people who are needed to achieve organizational goals. [1
Communicates the University's vision in ways that gain the support of others. Mentors, motivates and guides others toward goals.
The coalition leadership consists of the representatives of the coalition parliamentary groups and determines the position of the coalition concerning the issues on the Knesset agenda. In accordance with coalition agreements, the coalition leadership handles bills initiated by members of coalition but opposed by the government or other parliamentary groups. It also dictates the voting of coalition parliamentary groups.
The managers of a large parliamentary group consisting of several group members; its main function is to determine group opinion concerning the issues on the agenda. Parliamentary groups leaderships also respond to governmental initiatives, events and opinions of the opponent groups.
the activity of leading; "his leadership inspired the team"
the body of people who lead a group; "the national leadership adopted his plan"
ability or authority to guide and direct others toward achievement of goals, involves motivating and enforcing the organizations rules and policies.
Influencing and directing the performance of group members towards the achievement of organisational goals.
influence, or the art or process of influencing people, so that they strive willingly and enthusiastically toward the accomplishment of group goals.
Leadership is the study of the organisational direction provided by senior managers. Leadership covers, but is not limited to, the dynamics of visioning, planning, decision making, motivating, organizing, developing, empowering, and directing the activities of others to achieve specific goals.
act of motivating others to do what is expected of them because they believe in what you are doing and share your vision
leadership is evidenced by effective attempts to influence others. Theories of leadership attempt to explain why some individuals are more effective than others at influencing. Theories have focused on differences in behaviour, style, and personal attributes.
As a process, the use of noncoercive influence to shape the group's or organization's goals, motivate behavior toward the achievement of those goals, and help define group or organization culture; as a property, the set of characteristics attributed to individuals who are perceived to be leaders
Skill that somebody has to drive a group or a team. Be the leader mean that other members of the team come to you with questions or because they need somebody to help them when they have a task assigned. Usually is the person with knowdlege and experience, but some people has a innate leadership.
In organization theory, a leader was traditionally someone (usually officially appointed) who influences, and sometimes inspires, a group or organization in its choice of goals and in their achievement. The concept has since been widened to include sense-making on behalf of a group, the promotion of particular values in a group, and a symbolic role. The idea of â€˜dispersed leadershipâ€™ moves the focus from heroic individuals towards the development of everyoneâ€™s leadership capabilities. A leader is then seen as a sense-maker and facilitator, although inspiration remains important in some situations. Sections 3.4, 7.6
The act of motivating or commanding a group or organization; showing the way to a destination be preceding or accompanying them.
To identify and hold forth a vision that gathers the commitment and efforts of a group. To model and prompt a response from members of the community.
The gift of Leadership is the special ability God gives to certain members of the body of Christ to set goals in accordance with God's purpose for the future & to communicate these goals to others in such a way that they voluntarily & harmoniously work together to accomplish them. (see 1 Timothy 5:17, Acts 7:10, Acts 15:7-11, Romans 12:8, Heb. 13:17, Luke 9:51)
To motivate and energize other people. To feel responsible for identifying and accomplishing needed group tasks.
Includes setting long-range goals, defining an organization's direction, recognizing potential, and inspiring others. See also Management.
Leadership is a combination of three dynamic factors: the group, the environment, and the task. More than one member of the group will perform leadership functions. Several members may contribute to goal achievements, depending on the requirements of the situation and the resources it offers, including the people, time, and material available. Simply put, leadership is... ...influencing the group to accomplish a mutually agreed-upon task while advancing the group's integrity and morale. In the language of an eleven-year old, it's "getting the job done and keeping the group together."
Process whereby an individual engages in processes of influencing a group of individuals to achieve a common purpose.
The process through which leaders exert their influence on other group members.
The ability to create a vision, clearly communicate that vision to others, and then motivate those others to achieve the envisioned state, which will give the company a competitive advantage, leading to business or service success.
The process by which a sales manager attempts to influence the activities of salespeople.
The process of influencing people while operating to meet organizational requirements and improving the organization through change.