Among the attributes required to cultivate in himself and in others, a leader Bertarmini transformation shows are: Vision: Photography of the future virtuoso who want to create, it is inspiring for other travel companions. Initiative: awareness that is freedom, the right and duty to act on its own to make things better. Reliability: ability to be predictable in their behavior with others. The expert Peter Drucker defines this as: “Behavior no surprises” Patience: with people and with the transformation process itself. Understanding that change is a difficult task involving people fully, but starts in one area of your life (like work, for example). Respect: capacity to meet the commitments assumed with others and with himself. This respect should be reflected in the action of the leader making the maximum use of their people: by making relevant their strengths and their weaknesses irrelevant.
Courage: Aristotle believed that courage was the first of human virtues, because it was possible the other. Courage begins with the decision to confront the deeper truth about existence: the conviction that we are free to choose who we are at all times. Desire: we are a product of our desire. We’ve got ourselves in the deepest sense. One of the most serious problems of life is self-limiting: we create defense mechanisms to protect us from the anxiety that accompanies the fear of freedom because it gives us to deploy our potential.
This was the definition of psychoneurosis Freud: “We limit the way we live in order to limit the amount of anxiety we experience.” Maria Isabel Rojas, we add on this interesting topic, Transformational leadership involves increasing the capacity of organization members individually or collectively to solve the various problems and making decisions. Transformational leadership is thus the culture of change, transformational agent of its organizational culture. Classic factors that are included in transformational leadership are: a) Charisma: The ability to enthuse, to convey trust and respect. b) Individual Consideration: personal attention to each member individually to each subject is, gives training advice. c) Stimulation intellectual support new approaches to old problems, emphasizing intelligence, rationality and troubleshooting. d) Inspiration: increased optimism and enthusiasm. e) psychological tolerance: using humor to indicate mistakes, to resolve conflicts, to handle tough times. f) Ability to build a “shared leadership” based on the culture of participation: creating conditions for his followers to cooperate with him in the mission definition, makes them share in his vision and create a consensus on values that must style to the organization. g) Considers “teamwork” as an important strategy to produce the synergy necessary to achieve better results in the organization. h) Take the time and resources to the “training” of its employees as a fundamental means of personal growth and how to involve them in the application of new technologies to work. i) The transformational leader thought to play a symbolic role authority that allows it to be the “representative institutions” of the organization and as such, must lead by example of hard work, availability and honesty in their performances, which must be consistent with the vision, mission and values of the organization.