June 25, 2019 21:38

Transformational leadership begins with the development of a vision that converts a few potential followers. This vision can be developed by the leader, by the existing team or it can emerge from a wide range of discussions. The transformational leader seizes every opportunity and therefore uses everything that works to convince others to get on board the moving train

June 25, 2019 21:36

An organization is transformed when a leader plays an important role in creating a vision and goal for the organization. Individuals (followers) then become part of this vision. The transformational leader is the one who takes responsibility for the revitalization of the organization. He defines the need for change, creates new visions, mobilizes the commitment of these visions, and finally transforms the organization.

June 25, 2019 21:35

Transformational leadership seeks to raise the level of motivation and morality in organizations by making greater use of long-term intrinsic needs and less of short-term extrinsic demand. The leader is a person with a vision of the future and who shares his passion to achieve great things. He advances his project by injecting enthusiasm and energy into his surroundings. Its end comes when it imposes transformation despite its unpopularity.

June 25, 2019 21:32

We are in a new era where talent management requires new leadership. I suggest that we analyze the characteristics of the new transformational leader through six leadership styles including different levels of performance from emotional self-management to internal and external community management.

June 25, 2019 21:31

To carry out these changes, they opt for a very specific strategy to initiate the changes, starting with a diagnosis and answering a series of questions about the organization before starting the change.

June 25, 2019 21:30

These leaders therefore focus on stimulating the intellectual stimulation of teams to foster innovation and creativity. They are also people who attach great importance to morality and ethics in making decisions and managing the organization.

June 25, 2019 21:29

To motivate, they promote a positive approach to problem solving based on what works well within the organization.
To stimulate intellectually, they promote the personal development of employees and training.

June 25, 2019 21:28

To influence, they are assigned personal characteristics: they clarify the mission of the organization and the mission of the team, instill pride and gain the trust of their employees.
To inspire, they communicate their expectations (high but achievable) and use symbols to focus the team's efforts. They are teachers.

June 25, 2019 21:27

Transformational" supervisors are leaders who inspire their employees and agents by broadly sharing their visions and strategies. These leaders empower their employees to carry out these strategies and give them the resources they need to fully develop their potential

June 25, 2019 21:26

Leadership theories change frequently. In concrete terms, the contribution of these theories is to help us understand a person's character traits in order to determine his or her potential or capacities to lead an organization. It is also a question of evoking, according to the leader's character traits, the leadership styles he or she will adopt.