If you've gone through five CEO's , how and what would be interesting to you about MANAGERIAL LEADERSHIP? Each CEO has had his or her own managerial leadership style, so explain some.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 4:24 am ad1c9bdddf
If our company has gone through five CEO's, there has to be a major underlying issue, which is usually directly related to managerial leadership, or more simply stated, the lack of it, in the organization. What's interesting about this scenario is that most employees will follow the direction of a new CEO because he or she is the CEO, and is seen as the ruling person in the company. Basically, if you make life difficult for the CEO, it would not be a good idea, because the CEO has the power to demote or fire an employee, since all states are employer at-will states, meaning that employees can be fired with no justifiable cause, and for any reason, as long as it's not in direct violation of federal laws (they can't fire based on discrimination of any form). Because the company has had five CEO's, it could be reasonably assumed that we're dealing with a difficult employee population, and the CEO's have not found the effective method to use at leading the organization.
Let's look at a few leadership styles that would work best, considering the nature of what we believe the internal culture ...
If you've gone through five CEO's , how and what would be interesting to you about MANAGERIAL LEADERSHIP? Each CEO has had his or her own managerial leadership style, so explain some.