Management and Leadership
Management is described as the process of meeting objectives by the coordination of specific tasks effectively in an organization; this is done via the organizational actions of managers (Stojkovic, 2003). Leadership happens to be a role of inspiration that one holds in an organizational setting or at any level. Leaders tend to inspire people around them to achieve their goals. Professionals are influenced by management because it tends to invoke a means that one can achieve an objective. Through leadership, professionals in the criminal justice system are driven to accomplish their objectives and tasks efficiently and effectively because they are inspired. I would want to work at FEMA as an Emergency Management Specialist because what motivates me is how FEMA helps American residents recover the deadly and damaging natural disasters and provides emergency aid to the victims of such disasters.
Stojkovic, S., & Farkas, M. A. (2003). Correctional Leadership: A Cultural Perspective. Thomson/Wadsworth.
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Management and Leadership and Practical Reflection
Please respond to the following:
- Stojkovic, our textbook author, identifies both management and leadership as process. For this discussion, research and report on the differences between management and leadership. How do these differences influence professionals in criminal justice organizations?
- Determine what you want to do with your degree, specifically: where you want to work (Homeland Security, FEMA specific); what you want to do, and what motivated you to choose that job and place to work?
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