The business enterprise management lecture provided a perspective that is practical the main topic of leadership.
More specifically, the lecturer explained what leadership really means. More specifically, a leader is someone “who serves people in such an inspirational, trusting, respectful, caring way that individuals desire to follow you”. Furthermore, he emphasized that true leadership is dependent on self-leadership which means serving oneself “in such an inspirational, trusting, respectful, caring way you want to follow yourself”. I think, being a leader that is good relates to business management. First of all, somebody who excels at self-leadership, will most surely excel at leading others. Additionally, concepts of self-leadership and organizational leadership are closely intertwined. However, self-leadership always comes first. In most cases, the lecture supports the basic indisputable fact that management is dependant on good leadership. The lecturer explains that coming to the top of a business is not adequate to be considered a leader. What exactly is more, I was impressed by one of many examples supplied by the speaker. He told a short story: while coaching a company CEO, the coach (lecturer) asked him if he was a good leader. The CEO answered that he obviously was, since he was chosen to lead the business. When asked to aim for a walk through the ongoing company building, it became obvious that the CEO had not been doing well as a leader, since there is no communication and engagement between him therefore the company employees.