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  • Full Range of Leadership Model (See Exhibit 12-5) shows the categories of leadership. First is Laissez-Faire and it is the most passive and least effective type. Management by exception is slightly better. Contingent reward leadership can be effectiveIn the remaining four correspond to transformational leadership. One, Individualized consideration. Two, Intellectual stimulation. Three, inspirational motivation. And, four, Idealized influence

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  • GROUP 3 i. Nur Nasaida Bt Md Nasir ii. Norfaizatulakma Bt Zainal Abidin iii. Rabiatun Adawiah Bt Norman iv. Nurnadzirah Binti Mohamad Saifuddin v. Norhashimah Binti A Rahim vi. Syazarul Asyikin Binti Rostam
  • Leadership Ability to influence a group toward the achievement of goals
  • Leadership Theories Trait theories Behavioral Theories Contingency Theories Contemporary Theories
  • Trait Theories Ambition & Energy Desire to lead Honesty and Integrity Self- confidence Intelligence Job- relevent knowledge
  • BEHAVIORAL THEORIES • Theories proposing that specific behaviors differentiate leaders from non leaders Behavioral theories of leadership – train people to be leader Trait theory – selecting the right people for leadership
  • OHIO STATE STUDIES Identify independent dimensions of leader behavior • extent to which a leader is likely to define and structure his/her role and those of employees in the search for goal attainment. Initiating structure • Extent to which a person’s job relationship are characterized by : • mutual trust • Respect for employees’ ideas • Regard for their feeling Consideration
  • UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN STUDIES • To locate behavioral characteristics of leaders that appeared related to performance effectiveness • emphasize interpersonal relations, takes a personel interest in the needs of employees, and accepts individual differences among members Employee- oriented leader • emphasized technical/task aspects of the job, focusing on accomplishing the group’s task Production- oriented leader
  • CONTINGENCY THEORIES The Fiedler Model Situational Leadership Theory Path-Goal Theory Leader- Participation Model Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) Theory
  • CONTEMPORARY THEORIES • Charismatic Leadership  Followers make attributions of heroic or extraordinary leadership abilities when they are observe certain behaviors.