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Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it. – Dwight D. Eisenhower

Taking charge is not as easy as it sounds but it is not that cannot be master. In an organisation, taking charge reflect the leadership of a person.

Leadership is the justifying of skills have by a majority but used by a minority. It something can be learned by anyone, taught to everyone and denied to no one.

Leadership means different things to different people around the world, and different things in different situations.

Leadership brings together the skills needed to do these things. We’ll look at each element in more detail.

The leader is responsible for the set of ethics or norms that govern the behaviour of people in the organization. Leaders can establish a set of ethics in several ways. One is to demonstrate by their own behaviour their commitment to the set of ethics that they are trying to institutionalize.

In order for leaders to command respect and respect from their subordinates, they must be prepared to lead and ready for any situation. Their attitude and appearance must set a good example for others to follow.

If leaders want others to be different, then leaders must first do something different. They need to give others who are not performing to standards something different to respond to.

This, then, requires leaders to take charge of themselves so that they capture the attention of those they lead and influence them to step up to their responsibilities.

Leaders need to have an ability to see the big picture and the little one, know their needs and wants, believe that they have the right to ask people to do their jobs, and feel cantered about holding others accountable for carrying out the tasks they were hired to perform.

The actions and symbols of leadership frame and mobilize meaning.

Leaders articulate and define what has previously remained implicit or unsaid

By so doing, they combine or challenge predominant wisdom. In short, an essential factor in leadership is the capacity to influence and organize meaning for the members of the organization.

In other words, leaders in charge are thoughtful about the outcomes they seek.