Teams respect is usually based on their ranks rather than these qualities and skills. May cause resentment among the team and can cause other team members to feel devalued. This style of leadership is effective in the fact that it is time effective and there is a clear distinction between the leaders and the team. However, I think this should only be used in groups where the team is
By raising the alarm in the event of a fire it will let everyone know there is a fire and they need to evacuate the building immediately. Concerns arising from this incident include risk of injury. If the alarm isn’t raised it will result in people being unaware of the fire and could at risk of getting trapped in the building. People with a hearing impairment may not hear the alarm therefore will rely on a member of staff to inform them about the situation. 2.
This style can also work well in a normal workplace setting if your employees already well-bonded and well-motivated and have trust in you as their leader. However, it is not generally recommended to use the autocratic style all the time as this can lead to loss of motivation from followers, as resentment builds. This is particularly true when dealing with creative employees and team players, who may be keen to participate in the decision-making processes. Participative leadership prioritizes team participation and each member is able to say their own ideas and feels their input is greatly appreciated. The leader listens to everyone’s ideas and gives them all a chance to make a difference.
For example, during wartime battles would have not been won. Thus, the chain of command is important from the highest level down to the lowest level. Obeying a Noncommissioned officer is important in my daily duty day as a soldier. In combat related situations orders are carried out without discussion and hesitation. A soldier does not realize why things happen the way they do in the military but they must follow orders from people who out rank them.
It’s a good leadership if you already have all the information to solve a problem, or if you are under a pressure and is on a tight deadline. In the Public services this kind of leadership would be used in the army, if you have a hostage situation. Because you have all the information and there is one leader who tells the group what to do. 2. Democratic is where there is a leader who is interested in hearing what the team have to say.
Authoritarian leadership can be useful and beneficial within some of the public services. When decisions need to be made quickly and without ideas or comments being made from other team members. A strong independent person would need to take on the lead of being in charge and being the leader, because this style is used in situations when things need to be done quickly the leader must know what they are doing and have a good solid idea and what they want doing and how they want it done by other members in their team. In different, stressful task, for example, during military conflicts, members of the group may prefer to have a team leader who makes all the important decisions and they may also prefer to have someone telling them what needs to be done and how they need to do it, therefore they will not have
If the number of personnel allows it ventilation may be started. After the fire is knocked down and occupants are removed the interior crews can begin to look for fire extension and lastly execute salvage and overhaul operations. With a small incident scenario it may be accomplished by the Incident Commander only. If this incident grew to be larger the Incident Commander would have to appoint section chiefs to help keep the span of control down. All of the tactical operations would be handled by the operations section.
We see how a state can be legitimised by the human community, through political legitimacy. This is where a political party is given the authority to govern by the majority of voters; but can be seen to be contested by the sheer number of voters that vote for opposing parties. John Locke (1991, p524) said that 'political legitimacy derives from popular explicit and implicit consent of the governed. The government is not legitimate unless it is carried on with the consent of the governed,' reiterating the idea that it is the population of a state that determines the legitimacy of the state. Weber's idea was that only the state could use force and violence legitimately when, for example, the country goes to war.
The law forms the structure for government, the economy, and society in which we live in so many ways. It is the arbiter of relationships and different situations between people. Without the many laws of the system, the world would be filled with chaos. All individuals and organizations must obey the law, respect it, and acknowledge it at all times. This maintains order amongst public officials and the right to provide discipline as needed.
Authoritarian - A leadership style in which the leader dictates policies and procedures, decides what goals are to be achieved, and directs and controls all activities without any input from team members. Democratic – A leadership style in which the leader in a sense is like an authoritarian, leading a team with authority, but allows team members input and considers others thoughts before making a final decision. Laissez faire - Laissez faire leaders try to give the least possible guidance to team members. They believe that team members work best when they are left alone to respond to their responsibilities and obligations in their own ways. Transactional – Transactional leadership, focuses on the role of supervision, organization and group performance, gives out rewards and punishments in order to motivate team members Transformational - Transformational leadership focuses on and identified the needed change, and executes it through members of the team.