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Creating the right context and environment for productive teams.

Leadership is the ability to build up confidence and zeal among people and to create an urge in them to be led. To be a successful leader, a manager must possess the qualities of foresight, drive, initiative, self-confidence and personal integrity. Different situations may demand different types of leadership.

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Participative Management

Rooted in the concept of servant leadership, Participative Management is a type of management in which employees at all levels are given greater control and coordination of the basic activities and functions of the enterprise. Decision-making authority is delegated and responsibility for identifying and setting organizational goals is distributed. It is a management style where decisions are taken through inclusion of every one of those who will be affected by them.


Motivation is derived from the word motive, or a need that requires satisfaction. It is a reason for actions, willingness, and goals - and these needs, wants or desires may be acquired through influence of culture, society, lifestyle, or may be generally innate. An individual's motivation may be inspired by outside forces (extrinsic motivation) or by themselves (intrinsic motivation). Motivation results from the interaction of both conscious and unconscious factors, and has been considered one of the most important reasons to move forward. Mastering motivation to allow sustained and deliberate practice is central to high levels of achievement, and it governs choices among alternative forms of voluntary activity.


Influence usually results from a specific action, command, or request, but people also alter their attitudes and behaviors in response to what they perceive others might do or think.