Studies of leadership put into perspectives various ways in which different issues can be approached and dealt with according to certain leadership approaches.
Good leadership is often attributed to leaders that understand set objectives and works out all ways to achieve them; they understand the importance of teamwork and peoples different skills and talent endowment. On the other hand, lots of misplaced priorities and failure to achieve set objectives characterize leadership that is often questioned by people. Leaders who cannot manage people effectively in various businesses and organizations exemplify this kind leadership.
Businesses and organizations are often described by the kind of existing management structures in the achievement of set objectives, in this case, management describes the function charged with coordination of people’s efforts towards accomplishment of goals and objectives using available resources efficiently and effectively (Mullins 2007 45-6). In organizations, leaders who know and understand how to deal with different kinds of people direct sound management systems that achieve set objectives. It is often said that said that as far as business and organizational leadership is concerned, people are the most important resources available. The ability to work with people effectively, understanding and fulfilling their needs is the basis for any success in businesses and organizations.
Employees are the biggest and highly valuable assets for any organisation, the performance and attitude towards the business and organisation are crucial towards the success and failure of the organisation (Wellington 2011 24). To the manager, one of his most difficult duties is to manage his people effectively, as part of his management responsibilities, he is supposed to provide leadership, motivation, training, inspiration and moral support at all times during his life