Presentation-transformational leadership

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Andre post

Good evening class and Happy Thanksgiving. In this week’s discussion, we talk about transformational leadership. ” Transformational leadership is a leadership style that can inspire positive changes in those who follow, and transformational leaders are generally energetic, enthusiastic, and passionate.

Not only are these leaders concerned and involved in the process; they are also focused on helping every member of the group succeed as well” (Cherry 2020). When I was in the Navy, I had a Leading Petty Officer by the name of AO1 Valdez.

He was a great guy and down-to-earth. Unlike a lot of ranking sailors in the Navy, he did not have a tough commanding approach to the junior sailors under him.

Most military personnel like to yell and have a very hard leading style to junior sailors. Many people of rank like to discipline to the extreme and assign many work assignments that may take hours or a full day to complete.

He was more of a friend to each individual. He encouraged us to work together as a team. The qualities he had was he ” encouraged the motivation and positive development of his followers” (White 2018).

He was a mentor to us and gave us advice on our personal lifestyles. He created “ an ethical work environment with clear values, priorities, and standards” (White 2018).

Furthermore, he showed us how to communicate and cooperate as a group. We were motivated to get all our qualifications under his leadership. His qualities impacted us because ” it built a company culture in the military by encouraging personnel to move from an attitude of self-interest to a mindset where they are working for the common good” (White 2018).

In conclusion, his style of leadership provided structure and routine and reduced chaos and inefficacy on the flight line and daily flight operations.