INTERPERSONAL LEADERSHIP ASSIGNMENT HELP

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INTERPERSONAL LEADERSHIP ASSIGNMENT HELP

Introduction:

Interpersonal leadership stands in the objective of issuing influential activities staying from a non-authority position. An organizational success depends on the consistent maintenance of good relationships between the employees. The relationship depends on each other’s cooperation in the accomplishments of tasks. The employees need to individually stretch out their ability to handle difficult situations, monitor others with providing them necessary associations and thereby create a healthy working ambience through cooperative relationships (Kellerman, 2012).

In this study OSAC International College is considered to analyse the prospects of leadership management and the interpersonal skills of the administrators and other concerned staffs. The study issues the discussion related to the different leadership performance. The discussion also issues the prospective skills development that are essentially needed to improve the expected potentiality. The functions and activities continued in a college are invariably engaged in providing quality education to the students. OSAC International College provides international exposure for students to pursue higher studies that are equipped with employment orientation. The main objective of the institution is to equip a student with an effective practical and professional learning, technical ability, creativity and service attitude fostered by the academic staffs and highly qualified professionals. The whole process and the accomplishments are mentored by the management team, academic department, operations and student services department and business development & marketing communications department.

Part 2: Company Report

Establishing a comprehensive understanding of current leadership performance, skill needs and improvement potential:

Leadership models are introduced in order to understand the necessary approaches issued by the leadership management and the leaders. Managerial Grid model has been developed by the management theorists named Robert Blake and Jane Mouton. As defined by Goleman, Boyatzis and McKee (2013), the model effectively describes the leaders’ engagement with tasks and personal attributes. A leader should essentially look after the personal development of the employees and successful continuation of performance. Simultaneous observation on both the aspects can only extract an organizational development and can confirm quality services. The leadership management of the OSAC International College has to be effective in every department as the students need to be provided with quality services with world class teaching services and facilities. The managers concerned with the business development section and marketing communication should make sincere look at the attributes of this particular model to make a clear interpretation regarding what should be included and what should be excluded from its leadership management strategies. The model at first attempt deals with two essential behavioural dimensions of the leaders that define five leadership styles based on these dimensions. Firstly two behavioural approaches are as follows:

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