Leadership has often been portrayed from a hierarchical perspective, with the leader at the top and followers below. Horizontal leadership styles, designed to be collaborative and egalitarian, has been found to be more effective when working with teams. Leadership changes with a team due to different structures, and leaders must approach teams differently in order to be effective. This course will discuss when and how teamwork can be used effectively in organizations, how leaders can develop effective teams, and how teams and leaders are often instrumentWhile traditional leadership theories are still in use today, newer approaches have focused increasingly on leaders’ actions and behavior, particularly those of dynamic leaders who can affect mass change, which is a big part of leadership; without it, an organization will stagnate, lose market share, and eventually die. Charismatic leaders can influence their followers through the force and magnetism of their personality. These leaders understand how to best leverage idealized influence, or one of the four I’s in the Transformational Leadership model, to influence followers to drive change. This course discusses the role of charismatic leadership in organizations.s of organizational change.