Effective Managerial Leadership Development

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Effective Managerial Leadership Development
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Table of Contents
Introduction................................................................................................................................4
Role of HR and Leader in Relation to Organisational Performance .........................................4
Effectiveness of LMD: The Need for LMD ..............................................................................6
Developing Competencies through LMD..................................................................................7
Evaluation of leadership competencies......................................................................................8
Case Study: Experience at Jonson and Johnson ..................................................................10
Issues related to measuring Leadership Competencies............................................................10
Case of leadership failure: Primark – Child Labour................................................................11
Conclusion ...............................................................................................................................11
Implementation of LMD Strategies.........................................................................................12
Reference List ..........................................................................................................................13
Bibliography ............................................................................................................................14
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Executive Summary
In this business environment the way to sustain the market position of the firms is to reduce
their production cost and make innovatory changes in the product so that the customers get
improved quality. In simple words, a firm need to become more productive so that with the
same amount of resources it can produce more. In order to gain the required efficiency in
production it is very important that a firm allocates it resources optimally. Organisational
performance is a dependent variable which is influenced by a number of independent
variables such as, leadership, employees’ commitment, HRM practices, customers’
satisfaction, suppliers’ management, etc. The leaders with the help of managers are required
to manage their employees so that a company is able to achieve continuous success by
accomplishing its set targets. It is where; LMD programmes can help the leaders to address
complexities of business in a more efficient way. The leader is responsible for guiding its
followers to prevent them from going astray and provide them with valuable feedback so that
they can improve their performance in future. If a leader fails to carry out its responsibilities
the consequences are severe and the case of Primark can be cited here to understand the value
of effectiveness of leadership to an organisation. 
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Introduction
The changes in the economic environment have an influential role shaping the structure of the
organisation. Human capital is one of the important resources that need effective
management so that they can exert their effort in the right place to bring successful results for
the company. Now-a-days, most of the companies have Human Resource Management
(HRM) department which is responsible for managing various aspects of Employees. HR
professionals are the one who bridge the gap between employees and the organisational
goals. One should not confuse the role of a HR professional with that of manager. A manager
is the head of department it can be finance, accounts, etc. However, an HR professional is
responsible for allocating the human resource effectively starting from hiring individuals, to
making sure that individual objectives are aligned to the goals of the organisation. The
compensation policies are defined by HRM department while the individual performance is
looked after by the managers (W. Kahnweiler and J. Kahnweiler, 2012).
Leaders can be defined as those possess the ability to lead; it may be an individual or an
organisation (Sharma and Jain, 2013). For example, Microsoft is regarded as the market
leader in software industry. On the other hand, Bill Gates is known to be one of the most
effective leaders in the world (Demuth, 2013). Each leader has his or her way of
communicating with the employees or subordinates which defines the former’s style of
leadership. Trait theory of leadership is regarded as one of the traditional theories of
leadership that opines Leaders are born with certain qualities like, personality, enthusiasm,
communication, extrovert behaviour, etc. All these qualities in a leader distinguish him or her
from the rest. However, over the years with greater evolution in the world researchers and
scholar continued their search for a more concrete 


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