In a professional presentation or job interview, a leader may be asked to explain his or her approach to leadership and organizational change with a human services system. While you may already have a general answer, theory can provide language to further strengthen your response. This assignment is designed to prepare you for those questions and to demonstrate your understanding of theories that are relevant to leading adaptive change processes in human services systems.
Write a 5–6-page paper on leadership and organizational change in a human services system. In your paper:
Create a table comparing and contrasting multiple leadership theories.
Discuss at least three theories of leadership and analyze how they interact with an organizational change model.
Identify your own leadership style in relation to the theories you discussed and in relation to organizational change.
Relate how your own leadership style is relevant to the chosen human services system and its organizational change.
Given the leaderless nature of the protests, Twitter\’s organizational role was very crucial, it circumnavigated the chain of commands, due to the ease of access through the cell phones protestors were able to send updates on their location and where they needed the masses to go, For example, on 26 January, Twitter user “Monasosh” tweeted, “Right now in front of my eyes, tear gas, they beat protesters and arrested some.” On 29 January “Gigi Ibrahim” tweeted “Egyptian State-owned media is showing nothing from what’s really happening and trying to minimize it…” the tweets sent by the well-known blogger “Mahmoud Salem”, sent on 11 February, provides another example: ‘Need more protesters on the Salah Salem side. There are only 1000 there with thousands on the Roxy side. Pl retweet #jan25’ it was very influential in acknowledging the protestors about the updates of the protests and enabled instant responds to any emergency or threat especially through the “Retweet” option which allows spreading the information among different networks. Domestically Twitter was used by the protestors to inform the masses about the updates of the protests, the happenings in the square especially during the first days of the protests when the regime was trying to contain the protests by defaming the protestors. Twitter was used at that time to spread the actual information including voice notes and images of the protestors which aided in defying the regimes\’ falsified claims. Furthermore it played a pivotal role in equipping the square with the most needed tools through launching initiatives and hash tags informing the people about what is needed; the most notable among these were “#Tahrir Supplies” which was used to collect the needed supplies for the square such as blankets, tents, food and phone chargers among others. Also the hash tag “#Tahrir Doctors” which had a very noble purpose of informing the masses about the names of the injured and to get to identify the anonymous ones, furthermore it was used to inform the masses about the medical emergencies in the square, to collect the needed medical supplied for the field mobile hospitals such as cotton, eye drops for the tear gas, syringes and different medicines, needless to mention it was used to facilitate communication among the protestors to help saving their lives. Both hash tags played an effective role in developing the logistics network of the square, broadcasting emergency alerts and informing the masses about the dangerous zones in the square. This technique spread to the different protests across the country not only Tahrir square, “#Suez” and “# ElArbaeen” were disseminating the news from Suez, informing the protestors where to be located and disseminating the news of the brave protestors to the rest of the country. others like “#Alex” and “#Elqaed Ibrahim” were responsible for those in Alexandr>GET ANSWER