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Learning & Leadership
theories

HND Business, Unit 3
… an organisation which facilitates the learning of all its members and continuously transforms itself.
Mentor = advisor, counselor, tutor
DAVIS
KOLB
Learning
Give people the opportunity to discover their most natural learning style(s)
Suggests that organisations need to recognise the fact that people learn in different ways & that the following actions should be taken:
MAYO
COACHING
MENTORING
Help people to translate the learning cycle into an upwards continuous spiral of learning
Recognise the need to complete the full learning cycle
Offer learning opportunities that suit people with different learning styles
Uses deductive techniques to increase an individual’s ability & willingness in a specific subject or problem area
The coach does not have to be an expert in the subject
Ideally the techniques are used in a structured way
Uses a mixture of inductive & deductive techniques to increase an individual’s ability in a specific subject
The mentor must be an expert in the subject
Ideally a structured programme is used
Learning Theories
Leadership
Is there a set of characteristics that determine a good leader?
Trait
Personality?
Dominance and personal presence?
Charisma?
Self confidence?
Achievement?
Ability to form a clear vision?
Are such characteristics inherently gender biased?
Do such characteristics produce good leaders?
Does this imply that leaders are born not bred?
Imply that leaders can be trained. Focus on the way of doing things
Behavioural
Structure based behavioural theories - focus on the leader instituting structures - task oriented
Relationship based behavioural theories - focus on the development and maintenance of relationships - process oriented
Contingency
Leadership as being more flexible - different leadership styles used at different times depending on the circumstance
Suggests leadership is not a fixed series of characteristics that can be transported into different contexts
Problems in leading change stem mainly from human resource management
Transformational
Widespread changes to a business or organisation
Clear objectives
Long term strategic planning
Clear vision
Leading by example - walk the walk
Efficiency of systems and processes
Transactional
Focus on procedures and efficiency
Focus on the management of the organisation
Focus on working to rules and contracts
Managing current issues and problems
Focus on reducing negative messages sent out through
Build relationships and sense of belonging and identity with the organisation
Review internal processes to reduce these
Improving the atmosphere and message sent out by the organisation
- that gets communicated to customers, etc
the everyday actions of the business both externally and,
crucially, internally
Invitational
Leadership Theories
Theories
Learning
Theories

Theory
Theory
Theory
Theory
Theory
Theory
“Experiential learning is an integration and alteration of thinking and doing”
Kolbs “Learning Cycle” is the most frequently used
approach in learning methodology
London School of Business and Finance
LEARNING ORGANISATION
Brent
David
most frequently used
Reflective
Observation
Active
Experimentation
Concrete
Experience
Abstract
Conceptualisation
in organizations
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