This report will discuss about the effect of different leadership styles may have on motivation of employees during periods of change, comparing the application of different motivation theories within the workplace and the usefulness of motivation theory for mangers. Nevertheless, also this report will explain the nature of group behavior within organizations and the factors may inhibit the development of effective teamwork in organization.
3.1 - Discuss the impact that different leadership styles may have on motivation in organizations in periods of change
Leadership is one person influencing the behavior of other persons in an organization. “Motivation is the process by ...view middle of the document...
Autocratic leaders make decisions without communication or asking their employees.
• Democratic: Leaders and employees in this style, make decisions together, on basis of agreement, consensus and compromise. Employees will always be highly motivated, highly productive in work and have high job satisfaction because they share with the leader in making decisions,
Discuss the impact that different leadership styles may have on motivation in organizations in periods of change:
The process of change:
• Formative Period: when organization getting started, as well as founding their goals. Changes in the development and creativity required to accomplish breakthrough and defeat an obstacle.
• Rapid Growth Period: adding leaderships and employees in the organization to sustain growth and solidify gains.
• Mature Period: in this period changes are made to the market, which is established, and guarantee achieving maximum profit.
• Declining Period: when organization is reorganization and downsizing (Nwlink.com, 2014).
Impact that different leadership styles may have on motivation in organizations in periods of change:
• Persuasive: in this style, mangers make decisions and then share it with employees, so in this way staff get the direction and how to react in the period of change.
• Autocratic: this leadership style has many negative impacts in the motivation in period of change because mangers do not take their employees views and opinions; they just give decisions to the employees and the have to do it. So in the period of change, organization will be in a complicated stage, because there will be many external problems which employees want to share views to get the organization to accomplishment. Yet, Autocratic leaders do not expect for his staff’s opinion.
• Participative: this leader will have great impact on motivation in the period of change; it will have because, before mangers make their final decisions, he discusses it with their employees.
• Democratic: this leader will have great impact on motivation in the period of change; because the experience and knowledge of employees can be utilized in decision-making. A better action can be taken at the period of change, because leaders have more knowledge in making their decisions.
Compares are the application of different motivational theories within the workplace:
Maslow Hierarchy of Needs
Hierarchy of needs which is identified by Abraham Maslow, that individual will be motivated to please, moving ahead towards higher order of satisfactions. Maslow theory of need “put forward a theory that there are five levels of human needs which employees need to have fulfilled at work (Tutor2u.net, 2014).” There are tow things to take into account in Maslow theory of need, first, employees must satisfy the lower level of needs before they satisfy higher level of needs. Second, when the need is satisfied, it will no longer motivate them, next level of needs takes place. The diagram below...