When you work in HR, your responsibilities are immense. Not only are you in charge of all aspects of employee life, including recruitment, training and even dismissal, you’re also overseeing payroll, employee benefits and dispute resolution. HR is the beating heart of any organisation, and when you have the welfare of employees and the success of the business you work for on your shoulders, you’re going to need good organisation skills and be able to react quickly.
This article introduces a new and dynamic perspective of transformational leadership within organizations. Particularly, I feel that transformational leaders enable corporate culture and organizational performance. Without a grasp on these two tenets executives are bound to fail.
Executives are faced with challenging economic conditions today with global competition increasing and the need to be number one or two in an industry or fail to keep up with the market place. This new economic environment may have a negative emotionality that can seriously reduce people’s capabilities in changing and overcoming challenging situations. To offset the negativity associated with widening the gaps of success and failure, executives that act as leaders can manage a firm’s internal resources (corporate culture and corporate strategy) and use them as an important driving force for business success.