Nexus between Pillars of Transformational Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness: A Case of 21st Century Organizations
Meeme, Julius M‟Lingera
Kiende, Hellen Guantai
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For any organization to thrive in the 21st century environment full of uncertainties, global turbulence, and organizational instabilities, it is vital for that organization to embrace a leadership approach that can inspire, transform and propel the manpower towards a competitive advantage. This is because appropriate leadership, applied in the right manner and at the right time is the core for any organizational effectiveness. Further it can assist the management to unlock the potential of each employee leading to effective attainment of the set goals. Such a leadership approach is the transformation leadership that is built around the idea of inspiring and motivating the followers to strive towards excellence through the aspect of role modeling. The transformational leader is the vision bearer who communicates the vision to the subordinates, who then implement it to bring out functionality in the organizations of the 21st century. Therefore, this paper espouses the pillars of transformational leadership and the link between those pillars and organizational effectiveness. This paper is a desk top review.
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