Unit 3 -Organisation Behaviour

Executive Summary

From what we have gathered from this report, my conclusion is that the structure and culture within organisations is what helps stabiliser and empower the organisation as well as employees. As for the organisational theories and leadership styles, organisations should view these factors as motivational references when dealing with employees within an organisation to improve team performance.
Technology is something that will continue to progress and influence not only business organisations and effective team performance but serial other factors.

Organisations are unique, every organisation has their own standards & structures that they follow. CEO’s, Managers etc. all have their different forms of leadership style that they use to motivate their employees. Managers have one of the key major roles as they are responsible for planning and directing a group of individuals and their work.
Leadership styles used in the work place and are there to motivate employees by helping them to achieve organisational goals and long term performances.
- Autocratic style is a form of leadership styles, this leadership style is mainly based on power and control. Employees must follow whatever the Manager/owner says without question or hesitation. 1. “It is an extension of dictatorship and absolute monarchy into corporate sphere”. The Helmsley Hotel chain is an organisation that uses the Auto-cratic leadership style. Employees have strict deadlines and goals to meet when working at this hotel company especially because they have such a great high profile as an organisation. Using this style allowed the Helmsley Hotel chain to become a very popular high in demand hotel but the Owner/Manager was criticised for treating members of staff like garbage and humiliating employees by not respecting their rights or wishes.
- Democratic Style is used in organisations where the Manger/Owner allows employees to have input on decision making within the...