Students Name Institutional Affiliation Date PEOPLE JOIN COMPANIES BUT THEY LEAVE MANAGERS Leadership is subjective. Its establishment comes from individual elements which include the capacity of a person to build up different attitudes among the various people or groups. It is the capacity to see an issue and be the solution. Such a significant number of individuals will discuss issues or can even relate relatively few understand the issue or test and ascend to it. It takes a pioneer to observe a problem as a test and need to head toward it. Leadership is setting the tone of an association the wide targets and long haul objectives will originate from the pioneer and after that administrators need to execute on an arrangement to accomplish them. Leadership is not becoming involved with every point of interest but instead setting the arrangement and motivating individuals to tail them. People join companies and keep those extraordinary resources by being the best supervisor that we can be. Don't be the reason individuals are leaving your organization because on the off chance that you will be you will presumably be leaving as well and not by decision. Transforming an unhealthy organization into a solid one won't just make a gigantic upper hand and enhanced primary concern it will likewise have a genuine effect on the lives of the general population who work there. Also for the pioneers who initiate those endeavors it will be a standout amongst the most significant and remunerating tries they will ever seek after. Works Cited Branham Leigh. The 7 Hidden Reasons Employees Leave: How to Recognize the Subtle Signs and Act Before It's Too Late. AMACOM American Management Assn. 2012. EGAN C. "The strategic and organizational challenges of a turbulent business environment." Creating Organizational Advantage 1995 pp. 64-94. [...]
Do you agree with the idea presented in Branham that “people join companies, but they leave managers.”? Elaborate and give examples from your life, or the experiences of your parents and/or friends. How do you believe the individual level factors we have looked at this semester (values, perceptions, attitudes, personality, emotions, and motivation) impact this idea? Use the ideas presented in Branham to frame your analysis.