Management Leadership and Motivation

Management Leadership and Motivation

Management Leadership and Motivation Project description Read the scenario and attached case study, and provide a response to the assessment tasks in Report format:

Scenario Corus Strip Products UK (CSP UK) has undergone œThe Journey “ a plan for changing the organisational culture of the business.

They have provided you with a case study analysis of their strategy and interim findings, and have asked you to appraise their process and suggest improvements.
Assessment tasks ¢

Describe how barriers to change may be formed through employee perception, attribution and motivation, both at an individual and group level. ¢

Identify features of perceptual distortion that could influence an employee’s view of the change process. Analyse potential solutions to these distortions. ¢

Evaluate the efforts of Corus to overcome these barriers, and provide recommendations for further changes. ¢

Outline an appropriate leadership technique that Corus could adopt to ensure a successful change process.

Justify why you consider this approach to be more suitable than others.

An effective leader must have a thorough knowledge of motivational factors for others. Leadership is used as a means of motivating others. This training is suitable for delegates that will fulfil a leadership role as part of their job. A good leader should possess the following characteristics:

  • Honesty and Integrity
  • Inspiring to Others
  • Commitment and Passion
  • Good Communicator
  • Decision-Making Capabilities
  • Accountability
  • Delegation and Empowerment
  • Creativity and Innovation