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    Organizational Leadership in the Wildland Fire Service - Chapter 1 Slides Organizational Leadership in the Wildland Fire Service - Chapter 1 Slides Presentation Transcript

    • Organizational Leadership in the Wildland Fire Service Introduction & Overview to L-480 1
    • Approaches to Leadership  Traits  Authentic Leadership  Skills  Charismatic Leadership  Styles  Laissez-Faire Leadership  Situations  Transactional Leadership  Contingency Theory  Transformational  Path-Goal Theory Leadership  Theory of Work Unit  Transcendent Leadership Leadership  Team Leadership  Leader-Member Exchange Theory (LMX) 2
    • Crossan, M., Vera, D., & Nanjad, L. (2008). Transcendent leadership: Strategic leadership in dynamic environments. The Leadership Quarterly, 19, 569-581. 3
    • Colin Powell’s Leadership Leadership of Self Leadership of Others Leadership of Organizations 4
    • Powell’s Leadership of Self  Be prepared to piss  Simplify people off  Push the envelop  Establish trust  Make optimism a top  Walk the talk priority  Listen  Have fun in your  Be vigilant in details command  Be a disorganizer  Strive for balance  Check your ego at  Prepare to be lonely the door 5
    • Powell’s Leadership of Others  Promote a clash of  View people as ideas partners  Pick the right people  Challenge the pros  Listen  Don’t rely on charts  Seek consensus (but and titles don’t be ruled by it)  Trust those in the  Fit no stereotypes trenches  Simplify  Have fun in your  Push the envelop command 6
    • Powell’s Leadership of Organizations  Let change lead growth  Let situation dictate strategy  Close with the enemy 7
    • Leadership Tools & Skills 8