Equally, Animal Farm with its heir- roots from Manor Farm, one time, and the most controversial and politically splendid novel could also be titled Ruthless Dictators, Propaganda, Brainwashing, and Tyrant Regime. Not all, Nepotism Rule, Patrimonialism, and Colonialism also comes to mind. Animal Farm a fairy tale was written by George Orwell in the mid 20th Century.
Also the comparison between the leadership styles of the character, to view the success and failure of the farm and whose leadership style has been lead to be inspirational or motivation to others in the scene of change in organisation. As every individual has its own style and skills to represent their leadership quality which comes into activation due to change and situation.
In the second part it discusses in detail about the leadership styles in the organisation. Identifying which leadership style has more implication on organisational change. The different views of organisational change and leadership styles with respect to different leaders and managers, lead to the success and failure of the organisation.
This shows that how leadership and organisation change are related and link to each other in the organisation success and failure. Everyone has a characteristic of leadership participation, depending on the situation and the changes occur in the organisation.
Many researchs have been conducted in the past decades to understand the insight into the history of leadership styles and approaches and their impact on the society. Leadership is regarded as an inborn talent to power others by controlling the behaviour of other members of a group, leadership styles have evolved and extended beyond influence, to include motivation and enabling of others to help achieve organisational goals House et al.
There has been different models and theory studied to define the leadership as a variety of collection of effective behaviours for leaders.
According to Pearce et al. The theories between the four styles of leaderships are different which can be understandable. Directive leadership are associated with the behaviour that is mainly task oriented such as issuing instructions and assigning goals Pearce et al.
It refers to whether a leader rewards his followers when they act in accordance with contracts, rules, norms, agreed-upon objectives, or expend the necessary effort on a certain task Howell and Avolio,; Schepers and Wetzels The latter applies when a leader does not give any directions if the current ways of doing a job still apply or are still effective.
Only if mistakes are made, something has gone wrong, or performance standards are not met any more, the leader takes action. Schepers and Wetzels, Transactional leadership leads to a calculative compliance of the follower and includes behaviours such as the use of personal or material rewards.
If the mistakes are made he leads to take action against the animals by punishing them or giving rewards against the success. Characteristic such as the attributes of charismatic, intellectual stimulation, inspirational motivation, and individualized consideration may be present in the leader.
Collins, ; Schepers and Wetzels Finally, empowering leadership style which aims at the self-development of the supporters motivating behaviours such as self-leadership, participative goal setting and teamwork Pearce et al.
Both Snowball and Napoleon have the empowering leadership style which made the animals motivated to do the task or job at the time which during the Snowball leading it was in peace and happiness while napoleon leadership empowered happily or forcefully at some situations. It has been argued that the behaviour of directive, transactional and transformational leadership had developed into unrelated in empowered in the organisation.
This shows that leadership styles or behaviours and effectiveness are moderated by the situation in which they are deployed Burnes,p.
Snowball and Napoleon were good leaders depending on the situation, Snowball had always taught of developing the animals and production in the farm.
And Napoleon has been always thinking beyond the snowball in developing the youth and the farm production from other farms. This show that as the snowball and napoleon have the similar leadership styles and but depending on the situation it differs. Napoleon leadership style had made the drastic changes in the farm; he is an inspiration for the growth of youth and the production in the farm but snowball leadership styles also was inspirational to some extend to develop within the farm.Snowball, who represents Leon Trotsky, is a progressive politician and aims to improve Animal Farm with a windmill and other technological advances, but Napoleon expels him before he can do so.
In his absence, Snowball comes to represent an abstract idea of evil. Indeed leadership is a critical component of an organization’s culture.
But initially we should learn the definition of culture and the role culture represents the personality of an Organization having a major influence on both employee satisfaction and organizational success.
Napoleon runs Snowball off the farm, saying that he is a traitor who was working with the humans. Then, miraculously, it comes out that the windmill was his idea all along and he is going to do it. Introduction. The purpose of this essay is to understand a comparative study of the leadership styles which have been identified in different situation in Snowball and Napoleon of George Orwell’s Animal Farm and giving an essential and significant consideration of these change and leadership styles which have implications and linked on different situations of organisational change.
Napoleon, along with nine fierce- looking dogs, arrive the farm one day and chase Snowball away. Napoleon, surrounded by his dogs, then reads the riot act in a military fashion that reveals him as.
“At the Meetings Snowball often won over the majority by his brilliant speeches, but Napoleon was better at canvassing support for himself in between [Meetings]” (Orwell, Pg. 63) This is an example Napoleon’s and Snowball’s diverse leadership strategies, in George Orwell’s Animal Farm.