Answer to Question #74770 in Other Management for mani
Martin Luther King Jr. once proclaimed, “A genuine leader is not a seeker of consensus but a modeler of consensus.” What do you think he meant by that statement? Do you agree with it? Why or why not?
A good leader does not wait while others make first steps to the consensus. He or she understands that management is not only about allocating tasks within the organization or community it is also creating a favorable climate and understanding among the group of people. A good leader should do all his or her best to organize an adequate work of the team. Seeking of consensus may make people losing time. On the contrary, modeling of agreement leads the organization to the faster resolving of the conflict situation. It helps to keep the right way of the further development. I agree with the particular statement. A leader who models consensus is popular among people. The team is more loyal to such managers. Faster solving of the problems prevents from the aggravation of the conflict within the group of people. It helps to keep the track and not to waste time on seeking of consensus and waiting for others to make the first step.