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Leadership: Theories and Styles.

My presentation on Leadership for WHOM (World Health Organization Model '013)

Muhammed Hussein

on 3 March 2013

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Transcript of Leadership: Theories and Styles.

Leadership Theories and Styles Classical Theories of Leadership John Adair's Action Centred Leadership: Trait Theory Leadership is more flexible Contingency Theory Transactional Leadership Styles of Leadership Task-oriented leaders are generally more concerned with producing a step-by-step solution for a given problem or goal. Task Oriented vs. Relationship-oriented leaderships Behavioral Theory Contingency Theory All in all Decision making Situational Leadership Leaders are born, Trait theory They can be trained Behavioral Theory not made. Great Man Theory Charisma Dominance Personal presence The focus is on the leader instituting structures Different leadership are used depending on the circumstance. styles Transactional Leadership Technocratic Reward vs. punishment and not against it Ex: Joseph McCarthy (McCarthyism) Crises.
Usually not looking ahead (strategically)
Sports coaches Transformational Leadership Transformational Leadership Team-building, motivation and collaboration Goes beyond day-by-day operations


Walk the walk (leading by example) Remember the ship? Paternalistic Leadership The father figure Simply, because he's a man Autocratic Leadership Autocratic Leadership= Authoritarian Leadership Extreme form of transactional leadership Quick decisions.
Recommended for: Routine&unskilled
Crises. (Egypt's presidency) Bureaucratic Leadership Bureaucratic Leadership By the Environment requiring safety measures or having lethal substances Charismatic Leadership Charismatic Leadership Charismatic: resembling
Difference: intention
Transformational: wants to transform their teams
Charismatic are self-focused.
Charismatic: believe in themselves more than they believe in their teams. If they leave, teams may collapse. Follower is too dependent on the leader. transformational Deadlines Results Outcomes Relationship-oriented leaders are more focused on the relationships amongst the group and is generally more concerned with the overall well-being and satisfaction of group members. Laissez-Faire Servant leader Quiet Leadership Laissez-Faire Servant Leader Meeting the needs of the team. = Quiet Leadership They do what needs to be done, inspiring their followers to do the same. Participatory or Participative Leadership vs Collaborative Leadership: Participatory: participating Collaborative: Allowed to think that they are included In situational leadership, three factors affect the leader's decisions:
the situation,
the capability of the followers
&the capability of the leader. Leadership vs. Management: Leadership's minimal floor is above the collaborative level Adaptability is the operative word. The Leader Complex source: http://elbadil.com/hot-issues-reports/2012/04/21/36015 =Toxic Leader Abusing the leader-follower relationship. They do not recognize it is about regenerating leaders (educator, advisor, etc.) Modern Forms of Leadership: Network organizations: Hierarchical organizations: Mobilization rhizomatic horizontal vertical oppression of the public reduction of their movements charismatic High energies S.S.’s Golden Circle: Done Thank you :) ntation by: Muhammed Hussein Leaders hold a position of power/authority.

Those who lead: inspire us, we follow them for ourselves. Leaders and Those who Lead: Max Weber's Tripartite classification of Authority: Charismatic Authority Traditional Authority Rational-Legal Authority Family, society and religion Patriarchs and feudalism Bureaucracy, modern laws and the modern state. References: The Three Types of Legitimate Rule by Max Weber. http://www.brighthub.com/office/home/articles/76450.aspx Books: Website: http://www.learn-to-be-a-leader.com/john-adair.html
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