These do not come naturally, but are acquired through continual work and study.
Good leaders are continually working and studying to improve their leadership skills; they are NOT resting on their laurels.
More so, communicating with the management on issues related to performance improvement at the work place attracted an immediate dismissal.
A notable experience that the author narrates regarding poor leadership and management style is when she worked in Minneapolis, Minnesota, at one of the Wal-Mart’s stores.
is an astounding expose´ of the lives of minimum wage earners living in the United States. As she describes in the book, Ehrenreich found it hard to make ends meet despite being forced to work on two jobs at the same time (Ehrenreich, 199).
The author forfeited her good life and went undercover in various cities in the U. In the book, she points out the difficulties and sufferings of people, who, either through not having enough experience or other reasons, have to endure the difficult journey of having to start their careers at the bottom by being paid low-wages.
She noticed that the company’s management used dirty tricks to keep their wages low and the employees are considered just like money making machines and not as assets to the company that should be treated fairly.
In conclusion, the book, , points out ineffective management and leadership styles that are being practiced by most corporations in America in order to maintain their wages at low levels.
Leadership and organizational learning In the field of organizational learning, leadership entered the discussion as a proxy for the organization.
Initial concepts of leadership in organizational learning were based on the notion of the dominant coalition.