Emergent Leadership and Busin

Discussion 1

Write a 300- to 500-word response to the following:

Define emergent leadership and discuss how you would use three principles of leadership emergence in your organization to improve your leadership process on an individual level and develop emergent leadership processes on a collective level. What are the strengths and challenges?

Include your own experience as well as two citations that align with or contradict your comments as sourced from peer-reviewed academic journals, industry publications, books, and/or other sources. Cite your sources using APA formatting.

If you found contradicting information to what your experience tells you, explain why you agree or disagree with the research.

Discussion 2

Write a 250- to 300-word response to the following: 

What, in your assessment, are the most critical elements missing in current leadership studies and theories (refer to Stuke, 2013, for example), and how should one change this?

Include your own experience as well as two citations that align with or contradict your comments as sourced from peer-reviewed academic journals, industry publications, books, and/or other sources. Cite your sources using APA formatting. 

If you found contradicting information to what your experience tells you, explain why you agree or disagree with the research.

Part 1- Paper

Create a 1,750- to 2,100-word matrix to compare and evaluate three current leadership styles (identified in Discussion 2, “Current Leadership Studies and Theories”) that are emerging in the new world of work. Critically analyze what type of leadership will best suit a changing and future environment. In your response:

  • Define shared, emergent, and collaborative leadership, as well as their characteristics and how they will meet future leadership challenges related to a VUCA world.
  • Compare and contrast these leadership styles and recommend which one will be most suitable for a fast-changing environment.
  • Synthesize and integrate your arguments into your own understanding of how you would like to develop as a leader.

Support your evaluation and recommendations with 5 to 7 scholarly, peer-reviewed sources.

Format your matrix according to APA guidelines. Apply refined editing before final submission.

Submit your assignment.

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Part 2- Statement

Script and record a personal leadership statement in a 5- to 7-minute video recording or Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with a voiceover of what you have learned the last 8 weeks, how it will develop you as a leader, and which leadership approach you feel fits you best for a changing organizational and business landscape.

Submit your assignment.

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peer response discussion 1- Read others’ posts and respond in 250-300 words to at least one of your course colleagues. Why do you agree or disagree with their post? What in your experience or research supports your assertions?

Emergent leadership generally refers to a leading member of a collaborative group(Dubin 2016). No matter the title of the person holds, they exhibit emergent leadership through their behavior (2016). Traditional leadership emergence research paradigm, group participants might be measured on a number of traits that could possibly be related to leadership behavior(Kaplan and Norton 1993). Emergent leaders arise from the dynamics and processes that unfold within and among a group of individuals as they endeavor to achieve a collective goal(Bright et al. 2019).

Emergent leaders TAP into three principals of building Trust, creating Accountability, and leading with Passion(Crouch 2012). Working in different industries I have been able to see emergent leadership in myself as well as employees. Working for the American Airlines (AA), and flying you are your own boss. Having to step up and become the leader is something that is expected on a daily basis. When on the aircraft each person is accountable for their actions and completing their tasks in a timely matter. The principals TAP however do show up with AA. Each flight crew member attends training each year to be certified to evacuate an aircraft within 90 seconds(FAA 2020).

Covid 19 brought out many emergent leaders in the organization. Many individuals didn’t know which way to turn or what was coming next. Changes in policies and procedure were coming across daily to crew members. Stepping up and building trust in customers and crew members was something the flight attendants and pilots did to ensure the passengers felt at ease. Each crew member is held accountable for their behavior on the ground and in the air. Taking notice to your baggage, health, behavior, body language, and if you’re nervous (Good 2018).

It doesn’t take much to step up and ask how someone is doing. It has made a huge impact on so many passengers. An example would be when we had an engine fire. We hadn’t been in the air long when we got the call from the flight deck we had an engine fire, and needed to start emergency procedures. As scary as this is panic isn’t something that is help me or passenger. The cabin calls right back and side he put the fire out by shutting down the one engine. This means we didn’t announce we were doing an emergency evacuation. We were over the ocean when the pilot announced we would be returning to base. The passenger felt the trust and reassurance that we had everything under control as well as the accountability and passion to lead.

References:

Bright, David S, Anastasia H Cortes, Eva Hartmann, Praveen Parboteeah, Jon L Pierce, Monique Reece, Amit Shah, et al. 2019. Principles of Management.

https://openstax.org/details/books/principles-management.

Crouch, C. 2012. “Emerging Leaders Build Trust; Lead with Passion.” October 5, 2012. https://www.ishn.com/articles/94267-emerging-leaders-build-trust-lead-with-passion.

Dubin, Rebekah. 2016. “Assigned Leadership versus Emergent Leadership.” 2016. https://sites.psu.edu/leadership/2019/05/22/assigned-leadership-versus-emergent-leadership/.

FAA. 2020. “FAA’s Process for Updating Its Aircraft Evacuation Standards Lacks Data Collection and Analysis on Current Evacuation Risks,” 37.

Good, Greg. 2018. “Things Flight Attendants Notice About You When You Board a Plane.” October 3, 2018. https://www.theactivetimes.com/travel/things-flight-attendants-notice-about-you-when-you-board-plane.

Kaplan, Robert S., and David P. Norton. 1993. “Putting the Balanced Scorecard to Work.” Harvard Business Review 71 (5): 134–47. https://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=tru…

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