charismatic leadership

Definition

The guidance provided to an organization by one or more individuals seen as heroic or inspiring and who have therefore been granted the organizational power to make dramatic changes and extract extraordinary performance levels from its staff. For example, a business manager imbued with charismatic leadership could be enlisted to orchestrate a turnaround or launch a new product line.

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  • He demonstrated a lot of charismatic leadership and that made all of us in the firm feel good about our own jobs.

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  • If you have a lot of personality that charismatic leadership may carry over to all of your employees and the work they do.

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  • Some people work best when they are under a person with a charismatic leadership style that really fires them up.

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