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Entrepreneurial Management Presentation

nick trimble

on 23 March 2010

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Transcript of Leadership

Delegative Employees make decisions Leader delegates tasks Employees must be able to analyse tasks Leader is still responsible Good style but requires a lot of trust Allows employees to demonstrate their talents Forces Affecting Leadership Style A good leader uses a combination of all
three leadership styles depending on the situation and the forces involved. For example:
A manager informs his employees that a procedure is not working and a new one must be established (authoritarian). He asks for their ideas and input on creating a new procedure (participative) and delegates tasks to each employee in order to implement the new procedure (delegative). Forces can include -
The basis of the working relationship
(e.g. based on respect or disrespect?)
How much time is available
How competent the employees are
The complexity of the task
Laws or compulsory procedures Participative Leader has final decision Includes employees in decsion They “consult” Increases moral Leader does not know everything Employees valued authoritarian
• adjective favouring or enforcing strict obedience to authority.
• noun an authoritarian person.
—DERIVATIVES authoritarianism noun.
What is Authoritarian Management? The best example of a current day establishment using the authoritarian management style is the military. Communication is handled via ‘the chain of command’ and all orders demand absolute acceptance. Authoritarian managers expect staff to do what they're told. They generally don't allow for dispute or negotiation and creativity is discouraged. For example, an authoritarian manager might ask you to perform a task. You know a better and faster way to do it. You speak up, with the hope that your manager will agree. Your manager tells you to get back to work, and walks away. Advantages?
•Clear Leadership Structure
•Decisions are often made quicker
•An individuals tasks and objectives are set out clearer
•Direction of the company as a whole may be clearer
•Lack of any creative freedom
•Most employees have no participation in the running of their company
•Employees may become unmotivated and doubt the importance of their role in the company
•The whole process relies on management decisions being the correct ones
•If circumstances change, the company may not be able to adapt as well
•Only works if employees are willing to follow strict orders
Leadership Can you spot the leadership
styles in the next clip?
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