Organization Policies

Provides us with Vargas in addition, in his analysis of the topic, not to neglect the question: what policies within one organization either used for? To establish coordination of functions and activities. Disagreement and confusion reign an organization without policies. Entire Organization assumes that there is more than one person to operate. If they are of equal rank (the vaunted horizontality) and have different purposes and functions, they will fall quickly in conflicts and disagreements in the absence of directives which follow. This is completely obvious and analogous to the need of laws, rules, codes, contracts, judges, etc. Recueredese which: in any organization, no directives, no emotional well-being. There will be no good affinity between individuals, there will be disagreements, communication will be sick or will not exist really. And if individuals are in disagreement, it will not be evident for some what you are doing each other, you propose others and, in case outside little, having no reflections of each other will be confident about what they themselves are doing.

Definitely indicates Vargas, the classic leadership isn’t very esoteric or complicated, it is rather simple. The mystery and complexity around the topic perhaps depend more on interests than of confusion. The truth and almost topic taboo is that if we continue subordinating ability to lead to the charisma and popularity, the vicious circle that we generate hardly ends in evolution. In conclusion, proactive, creative leader, solutions Builder, facilitator of changes that favor its followers, not should rest only in their personal acceptance characteristics, but, must be very functional, set policies that involve their goals, plans, strategies and where they are involved their followers in order to ensure cohesion participation, results, endorse their knowledge and define feasible actions, in such a way that does not generate conflicts, contradictions, the opposite is always participation * reference: mental mental education newsletter.

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