The article's goal was to identify the elements
that led organizational leaders and traditional leadership
practices supported by academic theories to non-
traditional leadership practices.In the age of extreme
complexity, attention to leadership is crucial. The third
millennium, with its unique traits like hyper-
industrialization, communication and information
technology period, and digital world, demands leaders
who can keep up with societal developments.
The construction and development of an
organization involves many different aspects, among
which leadership is of great importance and occupies 45
percent of organizational work (Bass & Stogdill, 1990).
Leadership works greatly on the realization of visions
and goals; a leader lacking in leadership, like the front of
a train short of a driver, prevents the realization of these
goals.Value of the study: Leaders are moving away from
the conventional leadership theories that have been
taught in schools and toward their non-conventional
leadership techniques. There is a paucity of knowledge
regarding the causes of this new phenomenon, and
leaders are still being educated using theories that may
no longer be suitable in light of the constantly shifting
organizational environment.In contrast, a strong leader
may effectively guide his followers to go in a particular
direction, much like a front with a forceful driving force.
A leader in an organization is like the front of a
locomotive. According to system theory, an
organization's harmony appears and its goals are
realized as long as its organizational leadership is at its
Keywords : Leadership, Autocratic leadership, Transformational Leadership,Transactional leadership,Authentic Leadership, Ethical Leadership,inspirational motivation, idealised influence, individualconsideration.