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WACE PRICIPLES OF MANAGEMENT LECTURES 2010

WACE PRICIPLES OF MANAGEMENT LECTURES 2010

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    • SEWP ZC 241: PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP
    • THE AIM OF THIS SESSION:
      • 1. Leadership and its ingredients.
      • 2. The trait approaches to leadership and their limitations.
      • 3. Various leadership styles based on the use of authority.
      • 4. Blake and Mouton's managerial grid and the resulting extreme leadership styles.
      • 5. The contingency approach to leadership.
      • 6. The path-goal approach to leadership effectiveness.
      • 7.  The difference between transactional and transformational leaders
    • DEFINITION OF LEADERSHIP
      • Leadership is the art or process of influencing people so that they will strive willingly and enthusiastically toward the achievement of group goals
    • DEFINITION OF LEADERSHIP
      • Leadership is the ability of a superior to influence people the behavior of a subordinate or group and persuade them to follow a particular course of action.
    • DEFINITION OF LEADERSHIP
      • If your actions inspire others to dream more , learn more , do more and become more , you are a leader. John Quincy Adams
    • DEFINITION OF LEADERSHIP
      • The first job of a leader is to define a vision for the organization.. Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality .
      Warren Bennis, University of Cincinati
    • INGREDIENTS OF LEADERSHIP
      • 1. Leadership as power
      • 2. Leadership as fundamental understanding of people
    • INGREDIENTS OF LEADERSHIP
      • 3. Leadership as the ability to inspire followers to apply their full capabilities
      • 4. Leadership as the style and the development of the organizational climate
    • THE GREAT DEBATE
      • ARE LEADERS BORN OR MADE?
    • THERE IS NO UNIVERSALLY ACCEPTABLE SINGLE THEORY OF LEADERSHIP!!!
    • LEADERSHIP THEORIES
      • THE GREAT MAN THEORY
    • GREAT MAN THEORY
      • ASSUMPTION #1
        • Leaders are born and not made.
        • PREMISES
        • Research based on existing leaders .
        • Aristocrats, royalty
        • Notion that leadership had to do with birth.
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    • GREAT MAN THEORY
      • ASSUMPTION #2
        • Great leaders will arise when there is a great need.
        • PREMISES
        • mythic domain
        • in times of need, a Great Man would arise, almost by magic.
    • LEADERSHIP THEORIES
      • THE TRAIT THEORY
    • TRAIT THEORY
      • ASSUMPTION #1 People are born with inherited traits.
      • ASSUMPTION #2 Some traits are particularly suited to leadeship.
    • TRAIT THEORY: TRAITS DOMINATING SELF CONFIDENT ENERGETIC
    • TRAIT THEORY: TRAITS ALERT TO SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTS COOPERATIVE AMBITIOUS
    • TRAIT THEORY: TRAITS DECISIVE PERSISTENCE DEPENDABLE
    • TRAIT THEORY: TRAITS DOMINATING TOLERANCE TO STRESS ACHIEVEMENT ORIENTATION
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    • THE MANAGERIAL GRID The grid has two dimensions: Concern for people Concern for production
    • LEADERSHIP THEORIES
      • THE MANAGERIAL GRID
    • THE MANAGERIAL GRID The grid has two dimensions: Concern for people Concern for production
    • THE MANAGERIAL GRID
    • Leadership Styles Based on Use of Authority
    • Leadership Styles Based on Use of Authority The autocratic leader commands and expects compliance , is dogmatic and positive , and leads by the ability to withhold or give rewards and punishment
    • Leadership Styles Based on Use of Authority The democratic , or participative leader consults with subordinates and encourages participation from them
    • Leadership Styles Based on Use of Authority The free-rein leader uses his/ her power very little, if at all, giving subordinates a high degree of independence in their operations
    • Leadership Styles Based on Use of Authority The autocratic leader commands and expects compliance , is dogmatic and positive , and leads by the ability to withhold or give rewards and punishment
    • DEFINITION OF LEADERSHIP
      • Management is doing things right,
      • Leadership is doing the right things
    • THANK YOU!!! HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND