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organization communication leadership and management

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Transcript of organization communication leadership and management

Leadership and Management Management Presented by Grace, Violette and Sunita Roles of Management Types of Management Management levels Top-level Management- Administrative

Middle-level Management- Executory

Low-level Management- Supervisory / Operative / First-line managers Management is the process of dealing with or controlling things or people (Oxford Dictionary)

* As a manager one is to set policies and procedures, and they are to make sure that the tasks get done.

Some features of management:
- Clear and effective communication
- Organized
- Able to deal with crisis Democratic management

Autocratic Management

Laissez-faire Management

Paternalistic Management Planning Organizing

- Assignment of duties.Delegation of authority and creation of responsibility
- Coordinating authority and responsibility relationships Staffing
- Recruitment, selection & placement.
- Training & development. Directing - Supervision
- Motivation
- Communication Controlling - Establishment of standard performance.
- Measurement of actual performance. Leadership What's your definition? Leadership The ability and vision to strategically think and develop an organization. Differences Differences (per subject) Other Differences... – The manager administers; the leader innovates.

– The manager is a copy; the leader is an original.

– The manager maintains; the leader develops.

– The manager relies on control; the leader inspires trust.

– The manager asks how and when; the leader asks what and why. Essence
Focus
Have
Horizon
Approach
Decision
Power
Appeal to
Energy
Style
Exchange
Wants
Risk
Rules
Conflict
Direction
Concern Change
Leading people
Followers
Long-term
Sets direction
Facilitates
Personal charisma
Emotion
Passion
Transformational
Excitement for work
Achievement
Takes
Breaks
Uses
New roads
What is right Stability
Managing work
Subordinates
Short-term
Plans detail
Makes
Formal authority
Head
Control
Transactional
Money for work
Results
Minimizes
Makes
Avoids
Existing roads
Being right Subject Leader Manager Similarities There is a group of PEOPLE who share something in common (US)

There is a REALITY, a situation (We are HERE)

There is a VISION, a goal (We want to be There)

There is a GAP between the reality and the vision (Let's go from here to THERE)

There is a PATH (HOW do we get from here to there?)

There is a higher PURPOSE (WHY is it important for us to get there?) Can You Think of Other Similarities? -Being in charge of people

- Good communication

... ? ... Manager Leader Elements of Leadership - Moral and ethical
- one's character
- Mission
- descriptive purpose
- Vision
- imaginative but realistic
- Inspiration
- guider/motivator
- Ambition
- be the example Styles/types of leadership:
- Feminine/Masculine
- team/hierarchies
- Charismatic (Ghandi)
- strong self image
- Influential
- create change/encourager
- Business, Politics, Social
- stern The components above allow one to be a clear, effective and efficient leader; whether of individuals or within an organization. -Interpersonal connection/skills
- relate to others
- Goal orientated
- reach success
- Communication skills
- easily/clearly conveying ideas
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