b )mportance of Aeading
.&efinition of 'eading ($planation of the importance of 'eading
: a) 'eading can !e defined as the process of setting direction, creating alignment, and creatingengagement to deliver high productivity and to facilitate change. &irecting can !e defined as the process !y which the managers instruct, guide, and oversee the performance of the wor"ers to achieve predetermined goals. It
&&)G*5*7 &57-2! %efine the term ontrolling >hat are the prereCuisites of effective control
&efinition of controlling*re+reuisites of effective control
: -ontrolling can !e defined as measuring and correcting of performance to achieve theorganisational goals. According to rech, “-ontrolling is a systematic e$ercise which is called as a process of chec"ing actual performance against the standards or plans with a view to ensure adeuate progress and also recording such e$perience as is gained as a contri!ution to possi!le future needs.”According to &onnell, “/ust as a navigator continually ta"es reading to ensure whether he is relative to a planned action
2 5:plain the components and functions of attitude.
($planation of the components of attitude ($planation of the functions of attitude
omponents of attitude
It is the mental process involved in gaining "nowledge and comprehension, includingthin"ing, "nowing, remem!ering, 0udging and pro!lem solving. The cognition component of an attitudereflects a person1s perceptions or !eliefs. -ognitive elements are evaluative !eliefs and are measured !yattitude scales or !y as"ing a!out thoughts.
ffect. 3 %efine leadership. >rite a brief note on ;ontingency 7heories of Aeadership<.
&efinition of leadership -ontingency Theories of 'eadership
: A simple
definition of leadership
is that leadership is the art of motivating a group of people toact towards achieving a common goal. This definition of leadership captures the leadership essentials of inspiration and preparation. (ffective leadership is !ased upon ideas !ut won2t happen unless those ideascan !e
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