The evolution of a structure of values is the essential element in all companies of solid culture. The stronger is culture, richer and more complex is the value system and more long succession of tests that these values really give results. T. Deal and a. Kennedy insists on highlighting, that organizations have a mission to achieve and so should their leaders monitor that the established objectives, retroalimentarlos when it is necessary met and make are respected and achieve values. Not surprising, that comment is, that all the leaders have one thing in common: they have realized that their people need a system of values to follow that matches their own convictions and personal principles. Precisely in organizations, people also need common sense goal or direction.
Leadership plays a fundamental role to establish these two important aspects of working life. Hence, the system of values of the Organization the leader creating a molding philosophy. The leader feels a profound commitment to this philosophy and gives life through their values and convictions. By the way, you do so? Has he been attentive to this matter? Cares about the achievement of good values within your organization? what this doing to make these appear constantly, giving way to a good organizational climate? Do not forget, that the Organization’s staff identifies with the values laid down and experiencing a sense of realization of membership. People feel that you’re working for the general good of the Organization and by its own, so it is suggested you motivate them stimulate them, engage them. Shared values and common purpose come together to create a sense of Mission in the organization. Barnard (The Funtions of the Executive) stresses that the activity in traditional organizations depends on personal decisions, motivation, attitude before values, estimates of utility, standards of conduct, the ideals. He warns In addition, that the darkness of the structural features and the vagueness of the operating elements often wear to take refuge in the leadership as a crucial factor in human cooperation.