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    • Leadership Principles
    • -
    • Leadership Nature andLeaders Trait LeadershipLeader
    • Leadership and ManagementVisionary Leadership
    • Visionary LeadershipPrinciples of.1.2.3.4.5
    • Managerand Leader
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    • 
    • Power andInfluenceInfluence--
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    • PowerPower
    • -Position Power-Reward PowerLegitimate PowerCoercive Power
    • -Personal PowerExpert PowerReference Power
    • Power EthicalLimits
    • Empowerment
    • LeadershipStylesAutocratic Style.1.2.3.4
    • AutocraticLeaderEmployees
    • Lessez-Fair StyleDemocratic Style
    • Classical Theories In LeadershipGreat Man Theory
    • Traits TheoryTraits
    • Behavioral Theories.1Michigan StudyJob-Centered BehaviorEmployee-Centered Behavior
    • Ohio StudiesInitiating StructureConsideration
    • Managerial Grid TheoryJane Mouton, Robert Blake
    • •––-.-.-9.1-1.9-5.5
    • Situational Theories
    • .1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10
    • .1.•••••••••••
    • 
    • Interaction Theory
    • Fidler’s Theory:Least Preferred Coworker (LBC)
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    • (LBC Scale) LBC
    • Situation-Leader – Member Relation-Task Structure-Position Power
    • .1.2
    • Readiness--
    • 
    • SellingParticipatingTellingDelegationHersey and Blanchard’s Theory
    • Path-Goal Leadership TheoryRobert House
    • Directive LeadershipSupportive LeadershipAchievement-Oriented LeadershipParticipative Leadership
    • 
    • -Vroom-Jago TheoryAuthority decisionConsultive decisionGroup Decision
    • .1.2.3.4.5
    • 
    • New Trends in LeadershipSubstituteNeutralizer
    • Charismatic Visionary LeadershipCharismatic Leader.1.2.3
    • Visionary LeadershipVision
    • 
    • Transactional andTransformationalLeadership
    • Transactional Leadership
    • Transformational Leadership
    • 
    • Leadership in New Workplace
    • Level 5 LeadershipJim Collins
    • Virtual Leadership
    • 
    • Servant Leadership.1.2
    • Women Leadership.1.2.3
    • Interactive Leadership