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Leadership

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Transcript of Leadership

Theories of Leadership
trait - behavioural - situational
Blake and Mouton’s Managerial Grid identified five specific leadership styles with varying degrees of concern for the tasks and the employees
1. Country Club Management
2. Team Management
3. Organisation Man Management
4. Impoverished Management
5. Authority-Obedience
Studies of leadership behavior patterns have identified three traditional leadership styles

autocratic - democratic - free rein
autoctratic
Directive Style
Not comfortable with delegating their authority
Concerned with just getting the job done, using close supervision
Henry Ford
George S. Patton
Participative and easy going.
Democratic leaders tend to share authority
Generally preferred by managers and employees.
democratic
Leaders allow employees to more or less lead themselves.
This style can be highly effective if the tasks are clearly defined and the employeesare skilled and responsible.
They may integrate some activity but for the most part, they are uninvolved with directing or controlling tasks.
free rein
ROWE
R
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W
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E
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The new work model being introduced to companies
An example of the free-rein leadership style.
ROWE is a work method that gives employees
complete control over their time and can bring about complete work–life
balance.
The new work model is dramatically changing old work belief systems dating back to the1950
Some of the larger technology companies, such as IBM have up to 50 percent of their employees that telecommute

Managers set the tasks and measure only the results
Skills Required
Human relations
Conceptual
Technical
What can you do to develop these leadership skills ?
planning - organizing - directing - staffing - coordinating - reporting - budgeting
PODSCORB

a distinguishing feature or attribute that may set you apart from the norm.
Characteristic
video idea
The 3 Leadership Categories
1. Transactional Leadership
2. Transformational Leadership
3. Servant Leadership

Transactional Leadership
A style of leadership that is based on the setting of clear objectives and goals for the followers as well as the use of either punishments or rewards in order to encourage compliance with these goals.
Transformational Leadership
A Style of leadership in which the leader identifies the needed change, creates a vision to guide the change through inspiration, and executes the change with the commitment of the members of the group.
Servant Leadership
A servant leader is the most compassionate form of leader. He puts himself at the same level as his followers and every action the group will take will be for the equal benefit of the followers and him.
Background Information
Leadership is the ability to develop a vision that motivates others to move with a passion toward a common goal.
Managers and Leaders
Managers
are often the backbones of a company. They are the key to an enterprise’s success. The responsibility of the planning, executing, and closing a project rests on their shoulders.
A
leader
the person who leads or commands a group, organization, or country.
Management Movement Agenda 2013
Levels of management within a typical hierarchy
Top level managers
Middle level managers
Low Level managers
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