The gain this reported to the country allowed the expansion of other industries and the growth of cities. At this time begins the managerial leadership in our country. Scope: As advanced industrialization, which England was the greatest exponent until the second world war, industrialised countries jurisdiction to improve their techniques of production and for that industry needed to improve the preparation of managers. This resulted in the beginning of the formal study of careers related to trade (managers, accountants, economists, industrial relations). The University of Carabobo, whose reopening was decreed by the junta which replaced the dictatorship of Perez Jimenez 21 – 03 1958, open the Faculty of Economics and social sciences. Being Valencia an industrial city needed to prepare excellent professionals in the commercial area. The Manager must be a leader.
There are different styles of leadership. According to the mentioned by Paez C. Levicki treatise there are seven groups, namely: charismatic, autocratic, top intelligence, Shepherd, army general, leader of royalty and natural. The author considers that the natural leader is the most effective because one of his great abilities is the motivation that transmits to his closest followers that work with pleasure and maintain happy shareholders. Impact: Globalization which has among its characteristic aspects the expansion of trade, the formation of economic blocs, the adoption of market policies and the strengthening of the democratic system of Government has underscored the need for debate about the role they should play the leaders in the Organization of the 21st century. The culture of quality is essential to be competitive in a globalized world, we must increase the production but preserving the optimum quality of the product. In the globalized world, the manager plays a fundamental role, they will have to learn how to create an environment that adopt the change not as a threat but as an opportunity. The leader must be the engine of the process of change.