Leader Guidebook Name Institutional Affiliation Table of Contents Introduction
….3 Best Practices on Leadership
….4 Breaking Boundaries
..5 Distributed Leadership
6 Emotional Intelligence
.8 Ineffective Leadership Practices
…..8 Avoiding Conflict
…8 Enhancing Unhealthy Competition
….9 Taking Credit
……9 Being Reactive
9 Controlling Everything
..10 Importance of New Science Guidelines
..12 Introduction The current corporate environment is complex and always changing. This situation requires effective leadership for any organization to be able to realize its mission and vision. The concept of leadership is not just as a figure of authority but a way of working with people towards the attainment of a common goal (Nahavandi 2016). Good leadership motivates and inspires people to meet their targets and also to find solutions to various problems facing the organization. Almost anyone is born with the ability to become a leader however it requires more attributes for one to be a good leader. A true leader possesses leaders. When these skills are learned the leaders will be able to work with the employees and they can realize an increment in the performance of the entire company. In addition the guidebook has presented some of the practices that create bad leadership. These practices are ineffective since they create hostile work environments. The new managers ought to avoid such habits since they will lead to ineffective leadership that will ultimately damage the competitive position of Hanesbrands. References Chuang S. F. (2013). Essential Skills for Leadership Effectiveness in Diverse Workplace Development. Online Journal for Workforce Education and Development 6(1) 5. Hoegl M. & Muethel M. (2016). Enabling shared leadership in virtual project teams: A practitioners’ guide. Project Management Journal 47(1) 7-12. Nahavandi A. (2016). The Art and Science of Leadership -Global Edition. Pearson. Neck C. P. Manz C. C. & Houghton J. D. (2016). Self-leadership: The definitive guide to personal excellence. SAGE Publications.
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