Temperament And Leadership

We recognize as temperament traits we inherited from our parents and is responsible that the person is open and outgoing or shy and introverted. There are four classifications for temperament: Sanguine Melancholic Choleric Phlegmatic The relationship between temperament and leadership there, perhaps even the kind of temperament is critical to perform certain professions or jobs. The blood is known as the optimistic, cheerful, warm, outgoing, feel genuine love for people, have the gift of speech, while not always think before saying things stand out in hospital work, preaching, animation or phrase are excellent actors, hosts or vendors. His weak leadership can be emotional instability because it can explode in anger as both mourn with any pretext, also are not organized and do not plan before acting, its enviable ease, may be to hide their true feelings of insecurity, the blood can become too paternalistic leader. The temperamental, is suitable for leadership, motivation and productivity, guided by democratic leadership, if it is not too much detail or planning requires analytical, financial, for example are often angry, those who perform supervisory or foreman are also mostly choleric temperament. The angry perform properly in trade, politics, military service, sports. The choleric, however, when working with people, you could deliberately hurt and react explosively, but with less intensity than the blood, this can cause problems in dealing with people who supervises or directs and turn it into a leader-centered productivity rather than on people and penchant for autocratic leadership. The melancholic temperament is the most versatile, covers analytical skills, perfectionism, talent, dedication and sensitivity.

This wealth predisposes him to choose art professions complicated as a musician, inventor, artist, philosopher, theologian, scientist, teacher, theorist. They are also artisans, carpenters, masons, plumbers, scientists, writers, engineers, lawyers or humanitarian. Among the disadvantages the melancholy account of the negativism, pessimism and critical spirit, not recommended for leadership because he likes most people come to him, rather than narrow the gap. The phlegmatic is calm, serene, without explosive outbreaks, has the ability to appreciate all the good things of life, is meticulous, good-hearted most of the teachers are phlegmatic, feeling preference for mathematics, physics, grammar, literature, also appeals civil engineering, health, chemistry, mechanics, statistics, drawing. Also tend to be mechanics, electricians, watchmakers, specialist cameras, can be excellent supervisors because they are diplomats, is organized, works under pressure and is reliable, likes to feel secure as a retirement, work in public administration, fails to initiate activities on their own, is this apparent lack of drive or lack of its worst weakness, rarely more than necessary, is greedy and sometimes petty, but diplomatic responsibilities and avoids confrontation. A phlegmatic however, working on your weaknesses can become a good leader. Either temperament is not decisive in the style of leadership or good leader, success is to know yourself, identify temperaments, associated weaknesses, strengths and focus on them to diminish and increase respectively.