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The emotional state and leaders’ decisions in our organization
The current context sometimes the leaders of the organization tend to make the decisions that can be wrong or successful in which a series of behaviors intervene, which, if they are not known, are controlled, can severely affect the organization and the leader itself,because they stop being competent. The current leader that is required is one that generates trust and responsibility where building models and strategies for the well -being of the organization. Their role within the organization is important because many people and many organizations that have their responsibility depend on them and will always take it as an example to follow. Emotions and emotional intelligence allow developing the capacities so that each leader can understand the needs of their followers where the most complex is the major problems will be their effort to decision making in this regard we ask ourselves the following question if the emotional state affectsIn leaders’ decisions in our organization? This essay aims to demonstrate that emotions if it affects leaders’ decisions in our organization. To better understand the topic, the definition of emotion, benefit of emotions, definition of leader, emotional intelligence, then challenges of emotional intelligence, the importance of positive emotions for the performance of leaders in organizations, importance of importance, importance of the importance of organizations,Emotional intelligence on leaders, finally the impact of the emotional state on leaders and their decisions.
According to Bericat, it defines emotions as something that the body experiences temporary where it covers the intensity of the consciousness of a human being, which can be motivational procedures where the physiological, behavioral, the experiential and cognitive part intervene, they can also be negativeor positive that are caused in circumstances that the human being is able to obtain a certain need for information. Goleman defines emotions as something substantial where the activity of knowledge enters to detail, is something that intervenes the part of thinking and appreciating, where they become the guidance of a decision, which are experienced by all human beings, which are answersthat the person’s body parts gives before certain situations that can occur. Robbins and Judge says that they are accelerated effects where it is oriented with reactions to the human being and/or an event that have a very short duration, which come to make enough harsh and solid that are accompanied by the expression of physiognomy.
Goleman mentions that the human being he has contains greater control of his emotions, are those that best direct their future because they consist with appropriate knowledge and recognize their impressions because there are a high relationship of emotional intelligence such as the part of performance in thework, where there is a relationship of work that is extremely complex is where it intervenes and what is needed more of emotional intelligence. Barragán and Morales infers that the emotions that are positive in the specificthreat that can occur in everyday life. These can raise or increase the guidelines to be alert to certain circumstances that can occur daily and at different times. Where we can be feeling respective emotions in which they can be positive in our daily and specific activity due to the best support of the human being, but also negative emotions can affect the leader’s decision making as mentioned as he mentions. Bisquerra mentions that the emotions that are negative is the result of a negative estimate with respect to the transfusFrom the leader, these emotions are a risk factor, in summary, we would say that some threats in the health of the leader who can put unstable to the organization can produce.
Curina and Grassi refers that the leader is, above all who influences the behavior of others and thus be able to reconcile the general objectives of the organization with the individuals of the individuals and groups of the work units, also mentions that it does fair, that pursues efficiency and obtaining strategic objectives. A leader in organizations can cause conflicts, that is why leaders have many responsibilities and is the important part of companies. Cali, Fierro and Sempértegui refers to the leader of the organization, says that leaders have enormous responsibility, because they are admired as a model to follow the workers and the public that are together to him;the way in which employees of the goals and objectives set in the company to meet it. A leader is very important in the approach of the strategies that are required, for the fulfillment of the commitments of the goals you propose. Goleman (2005) says that a leader usually gives people freedom to innovate, experience and take risks, sells a vision of how the organization should be, that is why the leader must know and know his emotions. "Effective leaders must know their staff sufficiently to give appropriate answers the demands that the changing skills of their collaborators demand at all times … followers as individuals and as a group they develop their own patterns of behavior." . “Leaders establish management through the development of a vision of the future;Then they align people by communicating this vision and inspiring them to overcome obstacles ”.
According to Goleman, he refers to emotional intelligence as the ability to determine the levels of skill, in which it allows usAnd for this we must know how to control our emotions, as he says. Shapiro mentions us about emotional intelligence is what is characterized with the emotional part required to achieve the sets set and objectives, where you can include: empathy and helpful, where we notice two approaches the cognitive part and personality. García, Deniz and Cuéllar in his study mentions that there is a direct attribution that is positive towards emotional intelligence, towards the intentionality of the human being in his behavior where factors that can facilitate the will, the motivational part for undertaking where hediscerns, but it does not conclude that IE is a potential influence for entrepreneurship.
Stephen points out about the leader that they are to support and defend anywhere the positions determined by the values that lead to the individual responsibility where it is taken to form the part of loyalty and emotionally commitment. Vásquez IE is an effective tool in complying with that goal and if the leader is able to activate continuously and his collaborators will generate value to be competitive. It is essential in the 21st century, enhance IE in the entire organization to survive and maintain a successful future.
The leader’s efficiency is knowing how to understand his emotion deeply because any action can harm his followers or someone around him. According to Zárate and Matviuk, he concludes that IE is related to achievements in highly emotional works;The valuation of their own emotions and others, leaders who are solid in EI develop plans for organizations to become competitive and will be strengthened. Braun refers if a leader has confidence in himself can make difficult decisions without depending on the approval of others, in many occasions a leader’s decisions is the result of a crisis and there will always be that a leader in front of an organizational crisis.
The importation of positive emotions for the performance of leaders in organizations. According to its study in its study, it mentions that leaders are effective when their emotions know howadditional stress and well -being in general will decrease.
The notion of intelligence must cover not only areas such as the ability of abstraction, formal logic, the understanding of complex implications and extensive knowledge, … emotional intelligence is considered as the most important of the factors involved in the personal adjustment, in thesuccess in personal relationships and work performance. With an emotional intelligence developed, improvements can be achieved in the world of work and in our social relationships, since emotional competition influences all important areas of life.
Intelligent human beings in the emotional part communicate in a safer and more assertive way. Zanker infers that emotions have a great impact on success and commitment to the team. The negative influence has a greater effect on performance, these emotions exert a great influence on decision making and if a leader ignores the issues of emotions will have an impact on their organizations.
Finally we can conclude so that organizations are, competitive, effective, require that leaders have controlled their emotions. Many organizations have failed and many have been competitive because of the decisions taken by leaders where emotional intelligence has a lot to do. Today organizations need emotionally balanced leaders with a set of skills, skills, strategies that implement a vision. In the current context it is very important that leaders know the part of their emotions properly to guide their followers and it is reciprocal with the organization. A leading leader of his emotions is motivating his followers so that the organization is more competitive in this way can meet the silver objectives and goals for the company that will be more effective otherwise would harm economically and the reputation of organizations. The leaders worldwide have to properly hold the groups that are in charge, this leads to the challenge of properly managing emotions, to be a participatory, communicative, efficient and strategic leader inside and outside the organization. It falls to correctly administering tangible and tangible resources to raise organizations’ profits. We mention that emotions and emotional intelligence are axes or issues that can help the leader in accurate decisions for the fulfillment of the goals of that organization.
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