The term leadership is on everyone's lips and everyone seems to know what (good) leadership should look like. The psychologist Georg Marschner defines it as follows: “In psychology, leadership includes all measures taken by superiors that affect the cooperation, coordination and communication of all members of an organisation.
[…] Leadership is a method of motivating people to set goals and supporting them to achieving the goals for mutual success. To lead is to constantly support your employees.“
Do I believe that there is a "born leader" (trait approach)? Or do I see different leadership styles, such as authoritarian or cooperative, which managers need to develop and use (behavioural approach)
But I can also believe that as a manager I have to show the "right" or appropriate behavior (situational approach)?
Or is my main focus on the interactions between me as a manager and my employees (interaction approach).
But maybe I also have other stakeholders, such as suppliers, other departments or customers, and the resulting corporate culture and structures in mind (systemic approach).
As a manager do I need a vision?
How much insight do I need as a team leader/head of department into corporate development?
How much home office or mobile working is necessary?
How important is a stay abroad for a further career development?
What is a no go in leadership?
How can I position my team well within the company?
How can I support employees in their development?
As a tram leader, I am still professionally involved. How can I focs more on leadership even if I don't have the time for it?
How do I deal with under performers?
How can I manage to accept employees who tick completely different than I do?
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