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Team Collaborative; Path Goal Leadership Theory
Transcript of Team Collaborative; Path Goal Leadership Theory
The path to follow should be clearly identified
Motivation is used to encourage individuals to follow the path to the end goal
In order to be successful, the end goal should be clearly identified...
For the Path-Goal Leadership approach
to be effective...
When needed, support should be provided to ensure that the goal is reached
Obstacles must be overcome in order to
Like most theories, Path-Goal has strengths and weaknesses, as well as opportunities and threats
Various factors pertaining to the leader, individual and environment should be considered....
The Path-Goal Theory structure provides a detailed means by which leaders can help individuals reach a goal
In the end...
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Path-Goal Theory (Northouse, 2013)
Path Goal Theory S.W.O.T. (Northouse, 2013)
Path Goal Theory (Northouse, 2013)
For example some individuals may have a higher degree of experience or education
and some leaders may be off in their own little bubble as the individual follows their path
Other considerations are outlined in the info-graph to follow...