Good Public / Private Sector Leadership & the Media’s Influence

Competitive and well-organized public leadership is a crucial component not only for improving the level of population welfare but for developing the government’s economic system at large (Rusaw 14). As a consequence of that, the responsibility of an enormous scale bestows upon individuals, serving a certain government public or perhaps even private leaders, so the list of strongly required characteristics for this role is undoubtedly increasing in size as the time and economy progress.

Aside from such skills as critical thinking and prudence, the characteristics of entrepreneurialism and communicativeness are the crucial elements of a perfect public leader’s mindset. The nowadays’ leadership structure is not limited to the usual intercourse with different kinds of people from politics and governmental figures to entrepreneurs-co-operators. It also includes the connection with the media and the voice of the crowd; it is almost inevitable for the leaders to acquire the skills of being argumentative, persuading and open for communication as well as for the debate (M. Jucan, C. Jucan & Rotariu 1673). To add more to the already stated, media could easily benefit the representative of the public leadership, promote, help in gaining reputation and serve as the source of business ideas; and discredit the individual or an organization, criticize and make a bad name for one’s business (M. Billington & P. Billington 15). As a consequence, the media can become a powerful instrument in the hands of a competitive, enterprising public leader just as much as it could ruin an individual’s career and repute amongst collaborators and government at large. Thus, stating that media has not influenced the business and the way of public leaders’ communication with the people is extremely underestimated and irrational due to the fact of nowadays ubiquity and efficiency of its services.

Works Cited

Billington, Maryann G. & Billington, Peter J. Social Media Tools for Leaders and Managers. Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, vol. 9(6), 2012. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.www.na-businesspress.com/JLAE/BillingtonMG_Web9_6_.pdf

Jucan, Mihaela; Jucan, Cornel & Rotariu, Ilie. “The Social Destination”: How Social Media Influences the Organisational Structure and Leadership of DMOs. International Scholarly and Scientific Research & Innovation, vol. 7(6), 2013. Retrieved from https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/334c/bed7e03a27364dae8e240947608ea446caec.pdf

Rusaw, Carol A. Leading Public Organizations: An Interactive Approach. Wadsworth Publishing, 2000.

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