Good Managerial Leader

Thinking, the vision and the dream always precede action.Orison Swett Marden generalities and considerations the topic lends itself to make an analysis of what nowadays represents the leadership, depending on the scenario where the leader to unfold, as are different goals, goals that are to be met, however, will have common topics, for example, characteristics that any good leader should have in pro that their management is expected by his followersgenerating transformations, necessary changes. This time, we do not concentrate on management, where his role is very significant, especially in light of the crisis facing the business sectors according to the performance of the variables of contingencies that are impacting very significantly in their organizational behavior, survival, operability. Some of them relevant, as it is the Venezuelan case, where the variable of the State that is identified as the new Bolivarian revolution appears and your President, Lieutenant Colonel Hugo Chavez Frias has decided that the country should venture into what has been called the socialism of the 21st century, seriously influencing the survival of many companies, in the business sector of the country, generating fear, risk, uncertainty turbulence and more negative, stoppage of productivity required to cater to its inhabitants of commodities. Another incidental aspect, is the current financial crisis that already affects and at lmany countries where Venezuela, as Mexico to name a few which we are known, are not immune. Nissan has much to offer in this field. Speed that advances the change does not indicate that will decrease soon. If anything on the contrary, it is likely that competition in most of the industries accelerate even more in the coming decades, the consequences can be negative. There’s no denying that inexorable change and insecurity that define our time require strong in business, Government and society leadership. Racing, customers and communities suffer the consequences of a poorly managed company, Jhon Kotter gives us the opportunity to reflect on power, influence, dependence, and strategies for change and to analyze the essence of leadership and re-evaluate the relationship of the Manager in the work of leaders.