Every organization needs a transformational leader.
I want to be one who can thrive, help an organization survive, and move through difficult times.
Leaders take the initiative to lead organizations in a sustainable direction. This may strongly influence employees’ morale, boosting productivity and building confidence.
Leaders can shape or derail the organization and find changes to leverage necessary transformations.
The leader can direct the organization by motivating employees and exploiting individual and collective talent.
Leaders interact with suppliers, vendors, clients, employees, and co-workers. This helps to bring potential benefits upfront.
The vision of King Martin Luther King Jr
A notable example of a leader transforming leadership is Martin Luther King, Jr., a strong activist. He was an American Baptist minister.
He had a visionary approach and was specific about different things central to directing people.
To have a strong passion, a leader provides examples from his own experiences, and the same is true for King Martin Luther King Jr.
King floated a vision of speaking and never being afraid of others. He empowered people by standing with their beliefs and ignited them.
King was a leader who led a change and built confidence in people.
His famous quote is,
“The ultimate scale of a leader is to stand at times of controversy and challenges.”
King Martin believed in self-discipline to develop three employee characteristics.
Thirdly, the messages he gave gave vital lessons to people to awaken and get motivated for change.
The teachings provided by King Martin, as a preacher, had educated people.
The king’s contributions transformed the leadership style, and people became aware of being confident and got learning experiences.