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Preliminary CAFS Core 2: Individuals and Groups: Leadership

Characteristics of leadership, Assumed and negotiated leadership, Leadership styles, Influences on leadership styles

Katrine Barnes

on 10 May 2013

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Transcript of Preliminary CAFS Core 2: Individuals and Groups: Leadership

Leadership Individuals and Groups A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way.
John C. Maxwell Leadership Quotes A leader is an individual who guides or directs others by showing them the way, or by telling them how to behave Autocratic (Hierarchical) http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/j/john_c_maxwell.html#Zlr8KdTKPBwwimcL.99 References
Determines how things will be done
Does not involve members in decision making
Maintains leadership at all times
Is task focused
Demanding/impatient Willing to share leadership role
Involves group members
Considers people and tasks as equally important
Consults group members
Changes role according to progress of project
Listens carefully to each member Collaborative/Shared Non-directive
Allows members to decide on processes
Non task oriented
Minimal or no input to group process
Avoids making decisions
Fails to recognise worth of members Laissez-faire (autonomous) Leaders must be close enough to relate to others, but far enough ahead
to motivate them.
John C. Maxwell Transformational Inspirational
Communicates vision
Encourages re-thinking
Coaches members to take on greater responsibility
Praises members for effort Leaders are equipped with the knowledge and skills to lead others into action
Facilitates discussion with group members
Uses media to bring about change
Ability to recognise and resolve critical issues
Shares opinions and ideas
Develops guiding beliefs of group Cultural Leadership Factors influencing leadership styles Type of task
Size of group
Age of group members
Gender of leader
Cultures View Masterchef SE4. 16 (9/9) http://www.masterchef.com.au/video.htm?movideo_m=190277 Effectiveness and Flexibility of leadership The level of expertise and experience thata leader has will more often be the determining factor with respect to effectiveness and flexibility Communication both verbally and non verbally is important to engage members. A leader should be able to be flexible and change direction according to the current situation An effective leader should be able to 'read' the group and be aware of the needs and emotions of group members that impact on input and decisions. Here you will see people working in teams and having to lead and manage each other. Different personality types, gender, situations & ethnicity all influence the leadership styles. To see leadership skills in action watch The Apprentice with Donald Trump, Celebrity Apprentice Australia, Masterchef or the Amazing Race.
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