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Leadership Behavior and Motivation

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Laura Walker

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Transcript of Leadership Behavior and Motivation

By
Laura Walker and
Edward J. Chavez
Leadership Behavior
Motivation-
Is anything that affects behavior in pursuing a certain outcome.
The main difference between leaders and managers is that leaders have people follow them while managers have people who work for them. A successful business owner needs to be both a strong leader and manager to get their team on board to follow them towards their vision of success.
The Behavior Theory focuses on what the leader says and does.
Albert Einstein said " Setting an example is not the main means of influencing another, it is the only means"
Case Study
Case Study
Leadership Behavior and Motivation
Art Friedman - Friedmans Appliance
Motivation & Leadership
Reinforcement Theory
Companies similar to Friedman Appliance
Do you believe your Manager controls your behavior as an employee?
What do you think Albert Einstein meant by his Quote ?
Art Friedmans Appliance
Art Friedmans Motivation Theory
Theories
Expectancy Theory:
People are motivated when they believe they can accomplish the task, they will get the reward, and the rewards for doing the task are worth the effort.
Equity Theory:
Which leadership style does Art Friedman use?
Iowa University:
Democratic Style
- encourages employees to make decision, works with employees to determine what to do, and does not closely supervise employees.
Michigan University:
Employee Centered
- Refers to the extent to which a leader focuses on meeting the human needs of employees while developing relationships.
Ohio State University:
Consideration Behavior
- Focuses on meeting people's needs and developing relationship
Which is more important to you?
Belonging
Self-esteem
Self- Actualization
proposes that people are motivated when their perceived inputs equal outputs.
Art Friedman Motivated his employees by trusting them, he allowed his employees to determine their own salary, which hours they would work, and when they have time-off. It really motivated his employees to work harder.
Positive Reinforcement
A method of encouraging continued behavior that promotes rewards for desirable performance.
SAS has developed a model workplace environment and benefits program designed to retain employees, allow them to focus on their work, and reduce operating costs. It provides on-site, subsidized or free healthcare, cafeteria, gyms, daycare and life counseling services.
Can Friedman Techniques work in all organizations?
The Big Five Personality Dimensions
Extraversion best illustrate Art Friedman as a leader.
Do you think Friedman has a Theory X or Theory Y Attitude ?
Theory X
believes that individuals are inherently lazy and unhappy with their jobs.
Extraversion: is the act, state, or habit of being primarily concerned with obtaining gratification from what is outside the self.
Art Friedman cared more about making his employees happy then about the money.
Theory Y
managers assume employees can be ambitious, self-motivated and exercise self-control
Any Questions?
The Hierarchy of Needs By Abraham Maslow
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