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Managerial Leadership in Sport Organizations

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Brock Kartheiser

on 13 September 2012

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Transcript of Managerial Leadership in Sport Organizations

by Brock Kartheiser, Jake Angelo, and Edikson Zaro Managerial Leadership in Sport Organizations Scientific Management Approach
Human Relations Management Approach
Process Approach to Management Theoretical Approaches to Management Planning
Staffing
Organizing
Directing
And controlling and evaluating Management Functions Interpersonal Roles
Informational Roles
Decisional Roles Management Roles Influencing people to work individually or collectively towards achievement of a goal Leadership Managers are often Leaders, but not all Leaders are necessarily Managers. They trust their subordinate
They develop a vision
They keep their cool
They are experts
They invite Dissent
They simplify
They encourage risk 7 Characteristics of a successful leader Contingent Reward
Management by exception (Active)
Management by exception (Passive)
Laissez-Faire
Idealized influence
Inspirational motivation
Intellectual stimulation
Individualized consideration Types of Leadership Defining the problem
Identifying criteria for decision
Developing and evaluating alternatives
Select alternatives
Implementing the alternative
Evaluating the effectivnes of the decision Decision Making Diversity
Diversity can represent variations in- age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation and ability
3 Factors that may lead to treating diverse employees unfairly
Biases, Stereotypes, Overt discrimination Organizational Diversity Critical Thinking
Leaders & Managers should base their decisions and actions on - rational, factual and objective information Critical Thinking in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management Act Ethically
FIBA
Economic Benefit Ethics in the Leadership of Sport Organizations
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