Every organisation needs to have a leader as an individual leading a team or a leadership team to steer the company to new heights and take the company to a new level of success. When the leader is enthusiastic and willing to take the company ahead to a new path breaking position, he or she tries to impart the same in the team that is following (Giuliani and Kurson, 2002). The very decision of the leader to transform the company to a new level of growth enables the leader to choose a different strategy and varied activities which is completely different from the ones done earlier. This very change is what the leader is excited about and wills to instil the same feeling in the team to have a supernatural force of action from each of the member (Tracy, 2014).
The theory to be discussed here is the Transformational leadership style and how it is being observed and used in organisations. A transformational leader is the one who is interested to build long lasting, dependable, and strong relationships with the employees and inspire them with the charismatic and inherent personality to excite them about their own scope of work to bring about a massive change in the organisation. A leader is always with a purpose, especially the transformational kind because when the leader thinks and desires to transform the organisation into even greater valuable one it all starts with a strong purpose and the outcomes of the accomplished purpose are crystal clear in the leaders mind (Covey, 1991). When the outcomes are absolutely clear, it becomes easier to define the strategy and the action plan for achieving the outcomes thought about. However, it is to be seen of the transformational leaders are always aware of the uncontrollable factors that govern the conduct of any business and has the power to dismantle the built structure or resources in no time.