Concepts OR Theories Identified
The presented project is drafted over the learning outcomes of Lesson 5 which is organization culture and ethics. The chosen article has the title as under:
“Toward a Collaborative, Transformative Model of Non-Profit Leadership: Some Conceptual Building Blocks”
The article was published in the journal of administrative sciences. The content investigates over the developmental traits of non-profits leadership focusing over the model of collaborative and transformational concepts with an evaluation of every possible detail of leadership theory cult of the present times. The arrangement of the facts and arguments logically support the essential transformational attributes necessary for the efficient practice of leadership theory in line with the modern context of nonprofit leadership.
The focus point of the article shifts from basics of leadership theory, its application on non-profit sector, the challenges of the referred sector and the management of those challenges with a change of shift in leadership practice. Moreover, the principles of transformation of leadership style are further supplemented with a demonstration of impact on value addition of the practices. Hence, complete picture with supporting analysis is presented in the reading to determine the implications of structure, roles and responsibilities of each leadership style on private and non-profit sector with eventual exploration of methodologies to explore information and pave the way for future analysis.
The reason behind the selection of the essay for the project lies in the extravagant exploration with methodologies to support leadership theory with strategical interchange highlighting the essential value based ethics that equip with multidimensional growth of a leader from personal and professional aspects. The core of ethical attributes that supplement efficient leadership practice covers the specifications of integrity, escalation of values, self-awareness, consideration of peer growth, mutual objectives, healthy relationships and succession planning.
Osula, B., & Ng, E. C. (2014). Toward a Collaborative, Transformative Model of Non-Profit Leadership: Some Conceptual Building Blocks. Administrative Sciences, 87-104.