Leading is another of the basic function
within the management process.
“Leading is the use of influence to motivate
employees to achieve organizational goals”
Managers must be able to make
employees want to participate in
achieving an organization’s goals.
Forming Effective Groups
The leading process helps the
organization move toward goal
There is an oft-repeated saying that a
“manager” is not necessarily a leader. Many
managers find themselves in their positions
because of exemplary performance in
“follower” positions or even due to longevity
and loyalty to their enterprise.Whether this is
in fact true or not, the managers in leadership
positions have ample opportunity to build
their character traits.
Create a vision and
direct path toward
Deal with day-to-
Engage in planning
Involves a manager spending time
connecting with his or her employees on
an interpersonal level.
This goes beyond simply managing task;
rather,it involves communicating openly
with employees,motivating employees
toward higher levels of productivity.
Inspiring employees to be creative and
innovative,and couraging employees to
achiever their goals.
Not all managers are leaders.An employee
will follow a manager’s directions for doing a
job because he or she has to, but an
employee will voluntarily follow the
directions of a leader because he or she
believes in who is the leader is as person and
In what the leader stands for as well
as the manner in which he or she is
inspired by the leader.
A successful leader inspires
followers,increase morale and
courages effective communication