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Leadership Styles

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camelia adams

on 1 November 2012

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli By:Camelia Adams Leadership Styles OBJECTIVES 1.Define Leadership
2.Explain how leadership is different from management or paternalism.
3.Name 3 ways leadership positions are created
4.Understand the 3 leadership styles Leadership The quality of character and personality that gives a person the ability to gain the confidence of others. Democratic Style Participative Leader Authoritarian Style Autocratic leader MANAGEMENT The conducting or supervising of something. PATERNALISM Supplying the needs of those under one’s protection or control. Ways leaders are created *Appointed leader
Leadership given by authority.
*Chosen leader
Leader who is selected by a group.
*Emergent leader
Leader who emerges from the people. Laissez-faire Style Delegative leader Leaves decision-making to group members.
Often leads to poorly defined roles and a lack of motivation. This is the most effective style Use it
when Direct group members, but also participate in the group while allowing input from other group members. Use it when you have part of the
information,
and your employees
have other parts Provide clear expectations for what needs to be done. Division between leader and followers. Makes decisions independently. EXAMPLE: Use it when EXAMPLE: EXAMPLE: Your workers
have the majority of information
& are highly
motivated. You have all the information to solve a problem. You are short on time Your employees
are well motivated. Thank You:)
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