Missing Behaviours in Transformational Theory
The writer finds out some behaviour are not present at the dyadic, group and organizational level in the transformational theory. At the dyadic level, the right should be given to the followers to raise their voices in the decision making process, the followers should be animated by the leader. Animation could be done by giving meaning to the work. Ways should be paved for the followers so that their skills get developed. At the group level, facilitation should be provided to the followers; facilitation in their understanding of strategies and objectives. Also assistance should be provided on mutual trust and cooperation. At the organizational level, vision should be enunciated, strategies should be formulated, change should be guided and organizational learning should be encouraged.
How A Leader should be
Leader is the person who directs and coordinates with his subordinates. He gives them instructions that how work is being done. He assigns them the duties and then checks upon them that whether the work is being done or not. The leader has to coordinate all the activities in order to know that how much work is being done and how much work is being left. Who has done the work properly and who has not done it. Leader has a very significant responsibility of motivating his employees. He has to motivate his employees in order to attain efficiency. He needs to understand the problems of his subordinates so that they remain stress free at work. It is also ask him to meet the expectancy of the goals of the subordinates to that their belief the task is sustained. Most importantly, he should give the right to its subordinate to participate in decision making.