The success of every company depends on the way how workers lead it, in other words, it depends on skills of effective leaders. Leadership skills are the key to successful organizations. To maintain things on the right track we need the collaboration of each employee. To lead certain goals on appropriate direction, we need effective efforts of staff.
There are certain modes and theories of leadership skills. But every mode depends on a variety of situations and specific outcomes.
Daniel Goleman’s Leadership That Gets Results is a landmark 2000 Harvard Business Review study. Goleman and his team worked on a three-year study with over 3,000 middle-level managers. The team discovered particular leadership performances and establish their outcomes on the company climate and each leadership style’s effect on bottom-line profitability.