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Organization's Leadership, Structure, Culture and Spirit

1. What are the relationships among an organization's leadership, structure, culture, and spirit?

2. How does risk-taking align with innovation?

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1. What are the relationships among an organization's leadership, structure, culture, and spirit?

The relationship between an organization's leadership, structure, culture and spirit is interrelated and complex. Leadership has the power to shape the organizational structure and the culture of the organization, which are also intertwined. When the leader acts with integrity, builds trust and confidence in others, for instance, she/he impacts and shapes the culture and spirit of the organization positively. In other words, the leader models codes of conduct and ethical principles, interacting in ways that engender trust and confidence in one's intentions and those of the organization. This creates a culture of integrity, demonstrating honesty, openness, keeping commitments and behaving in a consistent manner (The Relationship Between Organizational Culture And Organizational Structure).

Leadership/management sets up the organizational structure, which will deal primarily with the set up of the culture, such as how management works, which specific responsibilities supervisors have, how a complaint is passed through the ranks-these are ...

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