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Effective Leadership

BPA
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Scott Lyman

on 22 March 2014

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Transcript of Effective Leadership

Leaders lead teams, but the greatest leaders are members of the team.
Effective Teamwork and Leadership
What is Leadership? What is Teamwork?
The Team Machine
Leadership Styles
TIPS & TRICKS TO MOTIVATE YOUR TEAM TO SUCCESS
Autocratic Leadership
Leader holds majority of power
Positives
Efficient
Decisive
Work is completed quickly
Leader has control
Negatives
Low morale
No team input
Non-democratic
High employee turnover
Democratic Leadership
Leader includes team in decision making process
Leader has final say
Positives
Members have input
High job satisfaction
Whole team is involved
Negatives
Decreased efficiency
Decisions may take a long time
Laissez-Faire
Leadership
Team members work on their own
Leader regularly monitors and gives feedback
Positives
Increased productivity
High job satisfaction
Weak structure
Misuse of time and resources
Insufficient knowledge
Low motivation
Inclusion
Everyone has a voice
People feel comfortable
Share ideas
Support others
Optimism
Be positive
Take failure in stride
Learn from mistakes
Look on the bright side
"Whether you think you can do a thing or think you can't do a thing, you're right."
Trust & Respect
Trust others to get the job done
Believe in your peers or coworkers
To gain respect, you must give respect
Accept differences
See all viewpoints
Treat others as you would like to be treated
Communication
Essential to completing projects
Communicate with others
Voice opinions
Can bring the team up
Keeps people informed
Prevents misunderstandings
Commitment
Put the team first
Pull your weight
Meet deadlines
Follow through
GOALS
A PRODUCTIVE TEAM
Negatives
Leadership:
The position or function of directing or leading a group
(Merriam-Webster Dictionary)
Teamwork:
The work done by people who work together as a team to do something
(Merriam-Webster Dictionary)
Servant Leadership
A leader who is not recognized
Lead by example
"Lead from behind"
Tend to stay out of the spotlight
Positives
High integrity and ethics
Positive culture
Increased morale
Negatives
Takes time to apply
Hard to meet deadlines
No quick decisions
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