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Leadership

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Transcript of Leadership

Leading Groups
Mandy Vitullo
Rachel Quarshire
Yvonne Afor Ache Muki
Elissa Diaz
Jennifer Preszow
Stephen-George Lambrinos
Eloïse Bélanger

Chapter 9
What is
Leadership?
“Behaviour or communication that influences, guides, directs or controls a group”
“Leadership can be seen as a counteractive influence when groups get off track”
A
B
The Trait Perspective
=
Self Interest > Goal
I could lead too...
The Trait Perspective
The Functional Perspective
Guidence
Influence
Direction
Control
Leadership
Behaviors
Behaviors
Behaviors
Behaviors
Behaviors
Behaviors
Behaviors
Behaviors
Group Effectiveness
Behaviors
Behaviors
Behaviors
Behaviors
Two Categories for Positive Behavior
Task Leadership
Process Leadership
GOAL
GOOD CLIMATE
Situational Perspective

Leadership
Tasks
Behaviours
Needs

Process Needs

Leadership Variables
"A perspective that views leadership as the interaction among
group needs and goals, leadership style, and the situation."
Situation Variable
Situation
Situation
Situation
Group Effectiveness
Situation
Situation
Situation
Situation
Situation
Situation
Situation
Situation
Situation
Leadership Style
Culture
Time
Constraints
Compatibility
Nature of Group
Setting
Laisser Faire
Decision Making

Job's done. I'm going home.
?
Lack of communication

Democratic Leadership
Decision Making

Shared Ideas
Creativity
Opinions
Structure



Involvement
Creativity
Authoritarian Leadership
Transformational Leadership
I'M RIGHT,
YOU'RE WRONG.

LITTLE INPUT
NO FEEDBACK

Decision Made.
Keep going!
Idealized
Inspirational Motivation
Intellectual Stimulation
Individual consideration
Shared Vision
Challenge Mental Models
Systems Thinking
HOW DO LEADERS EMERGE?
"Methods of Residues"
Process of Elimination
Efficiency, Trust and Consideration
Leadership & Gender Characteristics
Servant Leadership
Thanks For Listening!
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