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Leaders - Summative

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Citations BOH 4M1 Leadership By Dakota Chodan Donald Trump Kevin O'Leary Introduction DONALD TRUMP Gordon Ramsay Kevin O'Leary was born to a middle class family in 1954.

O'Leary learned most of his business intuition from his mother. She taught him key business and financial insights from an early age.

These became O'Leary's core philosophies, and the pillars upon which he would one day build his empire. Kevin O'Leary Leadership Trait Theory Behavioural Leadership Theory Leaders are born, not made.

Only selected people possess successful inborn traits

These favourable traits include:
Decisiveness
Honesty
Capacity to motivate
Able to stay focused Unfavourable traits include: Irritable
Egocentric
Autocratic Main focus on leader behaviour, instead of on personality traits.

Directly affects work group effectiveness

Enables leaders to effectively influence others through the use of consideration or initiating structure. This theory describes how expectancy perceptions are influenced by the contingent relationships among four leadership styles and various employee attitudes and behaviours.

The leader's main job is seen as helping employees stay on the right paths to challenging goals and valued rewards.

According to the path-goal model, employees view leader behaviour only effective when it is as a source of satisfaction or as paving the way to future satisfaction. Donald John Trump was born in 1946 in Queens, New York City, the fourth of five children Gordon Ramsay Gordon Ramsay has an aggressive leadership style and he is extremely directive.

Gordon initiates structure, he sets the tone and high standards.

Gordon also deals with the path-goal theory in that he is always trying to help restaurants stay on the right path to challenging goals Developer of real-estate complexes and skyscrapers, including Trump Tower, Trump Place Apartments and Trump Casino & Resorts. Began his business career in an office he shared with his father Author of a number of best-selling books Leadership is simply the activity of leading a group of people or an organization or the ability to do this.

Leadership is something essential to any group or organization, it can be explained through specific theories.

Trait theories focused on identifying the personal traits that differentiated leaders from followers.

Behavioural theorists tried to uncover the different kinds of leader behaviours that resulted in higher work group performance. Conclusion Path-Goal Theory In addition, leader behaviour is motivational to the extent:

Reduces roadblocks that interfere with goal accomplishment

Provides the guidance and support needed by employees

Ties meaningful rewards to goal accomplishment. YOU CAN DO IT!! Donald demonstrates considerable amounts of directive and achievement-oriented leadership. He provides his thoughts to employees on how to perform tasks properly and efficiently.


Donald believes that people/employees should always perform or at least think at their highest level. One of Trumps most famous quotes are "You have to think anyway, so why not think big."


Donald's style connects to the behavioural leadership theory, in that he initiates structure by organizing and defining what group members should be doing. Gordon James Ramsay was born on November 8, 1966, in Glasgow, Scotland.

His dedication and natural talent led him to train with some of the world’s leading chefs.

Today, Gordon Ramsay Holdings is a multinational corporation with restaurants around the globe.

Gordon has also become a star of the small screen both in the UK and internationally.

You can take his advice to the owner and use it in just about any business. Kevin demonstrates participative as well as strong directive leadership qualities.


Kevin is more surrounded by the path-goal theory. his leader behaviour ties meaningful rewards to goal accomplishment.


He makes employees stay on the right path, but if they don't cut it he will find someone else. Donald, Kevin and Gordon are able to inspire and teach valuable lessons in their own way.


They all want the best for themselves


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