Management Theory

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According to CHIAVENATO, the Theory of the Relations Human beings it evidenced the influence of the leadership on the behavior of the people. Three main theories exist on the leadership: Traces of the personality. As this theory the leader possesss marcantes characteristics of personality characterize that it for the function. Situations of leadership (Contingencial theory). In this theory the leader can in accordance with assume different standards of leadership the situation and for each one of the members of its team. Styles of leadership. This theory points three styles of leadership: autocratic, democratic and liberal.

The autocratic leadership is the style of qualified command for the dictatorship and command, in which the leader assumes and centers all the decisions, while the submissos ones only obey its orders. The leader is focado only in the tasks, takes decisions individual, disrespecting the opinion of the led ones. The democratic leadership is the style for the participation of the subordinate in the decisions and the orienting behavior and booster of the leader. This type of leadership is come back toward the people and the leader search to be a normal member of the group, having objectified and limiting the facts in its critical and compliments. In the liberal leadership, the people have more freedom in the execution of its projects, indicating one mature team and that it does not need constant supervision.

On the other hand, this leadership can be negligent and weak where the leader leaves to pass imperfections and errors without correcting them. The managers of people have that to play the role of the leader. In a context of Management of People, it is necessary that they see themselves as collaborating more of what as subordinated, therefore requires its adhesion to the objectives, politics and mission of the organization. This means that the managers permanently need to act as leader, since leadership nothing more is of what the form of direction based on personal prestige and the acceptance of the subordinate.

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