Person Culture

Culture Definition: Cultures in organisation is defined by how the organisation is run, how the personalities within the organisation interact with each other and also how the structure of the company is set out. Person Culture Definition: The final culture is one that is often used, but is one which employees would probably like to see more. It is a culture which is only there to help the individuals who work there. An example of this type of culture is architects or social groups. It is a cluster, there to help the individuals to profit from themselves. As this type of organisation is run by the individuals, it has no real power to get rid of someone in the organisation; power is shared between the people who set up the business, a partnership. As said, these isn’t often found in business, but are a good example people many people would prefer to work in this type of culture as it gives security and a way to work without to many pressures of power from above. Key Learning Points How would you define the Person Culture? What are the main points of the Person Culture? Other Culture Types Task Culture Power Culture Role...

Leadership Behaviours

Leadership Definition: Leadership is the building of motivation through individuals in aid of reaching a certain set of objectives. A good leader is someone who can lead to good results, by using what he has in the best way possible. Leadership Behaviours Definition: Another way to look at the ability of a leader is through the way they act, they way they behave. When looking into this theory, two main behaviours were found and put into meta categories. The two identified behaviours were; task-oriented behaviour and people-oriented behaviour. People-Oriented Behaviour As the name suggests this type of leader is more of a peoples person and likes to take care of his organisation by motivating staff, building teams and making employees feel involved as this can build a strong culture and environment in an organisation and in turn, motivated employees lead to harder working employees which consequently means that tasks are done not only better, but in many cases quicker which will help profits at the organisation. Communication in these organisations will be open, which allows them to change quickly as ideas and market changes are quickly realised and passed onto the people who need to know about them. Despite the positives, too much friendship making with the staff may make them felt that they can slack, and therefore not get things done in time, this is because there is no real discouragement from not doing the work on time. As well as this, there may not be a willingness for people to work there way up and push for better results as in these situations people tend to be a lot...