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  • 1.
    • The Supervisor
    • as Leader
  • 2. Overview
    • You and Your People
    • The Nature of Leadership
    • Choosing a Leadership Style
  • 3.
    • “ Managers are people who do
    • things right;
    • Leaders are people who do
    • right things.”
  • 4. “ Leadership is simply the process of influencing someone to do something that he or she might otherwise not do.” Dr. Paul Hersey Chairman, Center for Leadership Studies
  • 5.
    • Great people talk about ideas.
    • Average people talk about things.
    • Small people talk about other people.        -- Author: Unknown
  • 6. Definitions
    • Autocratic leader
    • Carrot-and stick technique
    • Coaching style
    • Delegating style
    • Directing style
    • Formal authority
    • Formal leader
    • Generation X
    • Informal leader
    • Leader
    • Leadership style
    • MBWA
    • Power
    • Real authority
    • Situational leadership
    • Supporting style
    • Theory X
    • Theory Y
    • Transactional leader
    • Transformational leader
  • 7. You and Your People
    • The hospitality industry:70 percent part-time job.
    • No special skill, ability or experience is required.
    • Turnover rate of hourly workers in restaurants is 100 %
    • Diverse workplace
    • Approximately half of the foodservice workers 18-34 years a group referred to as Generation X.
    • At least 50% of both food service and hotel workers are women
    • Employees do not want a militant fashion supervisors
    • Supervisors and managers are essentials in the hospitality
  • 8. The Nature of Leadership
    • Leader: Someone who guides or influences the actions of his or her employees to reach certain goals.
    • An important managerial function is to be a leader
    • A leader is a person whom people follow voluntarily.
    • You have to get people to work for you willingly and to the best of their ability .
    • Many leadership skills are innate; not all managers make great leaders.
  • 9. The Jobs and the Workers
    • Characteristics of the Hospitality Industry
      • Many low-wage, entry level positions
      • Semi-skilled or skilled positions
      • Generation X ( born between 1964-1979)
      • Generation Y (born between 1980-1990)
      • Employees do not want supervisors to bark orders in a militant fashion, they want training and expect management to invest time and money on their training and development
      • High turnover
      • 60% women workers
      • Minority workers
  • 10. Characteristics of Leaders
    • Characteristics of Leaders
    • Drive
    • Desire to influence others
    • Honesty & Moral character
    • Self-confidence
    • Intelligence
    • Relevant knowledge
  • 11. Characteristics of Leaders
    • Primary Sources of Power
    • Legitimate power
    • Reward Power
    • Coercive power
    • Expert power
  • 12. Seven steps of establishing a foundation for leadership development:
    • Investing time, resources, and money to create a supportive culture
    • Defining the differences between management skills and leadership abilities
    • Developing quantifiable measurable that support leadership skills
  • 13.
    • 4. Focusing on leadership skill during management training
    • 5. Encouraging continuous education of leadership skills
    • 6. Recognizing leaders on all levels
    • 7. Rewarding all enthusiastic leaders
    Seven steps of establishing a foundation for leadership development:
  • 14. Definitions Power Formal Leader
    • The ability to command
    • The person who act as leader
    Informal Leader
    • Informal leaders are perceived by others as showing higher levels of leading than formal leaders overall.
    Formal Authority
    • Right to command employees, given you by the organization
    MBWA
    • Management by Wandering (Walking) Around
    more
  • 15. Leadership Styles Autocratic Bureaucratic
      • Making decisions without input from staff. Give orders without explanation
    “ Manage by the book”. Be a “Police Officer” Democratic (Participative)
      • Share decision making responsibility. Input from employees.
    Laissez-faire
      • “ Lead as little as possible”
    more
  • 16. Old-Style Boss
    • PROS
    • Some workers respond to a command-obey style of direction
    • Can be effective
    • Can be necessary
    • CONS
    • Average American does not respond to autocratic style
    • More likely to increase problems than to lessen them
    • Breeds resentment, low morale, and adversary relationship
    • Customer service suffers and patrons go somewhere else
  • 17. Theory X and Theory Y
    • Theory X’s Faulty Assumptions
    • The “average human being” has an inborn dislike of work and will avoid it as much as possible.
    • He or she must be “coerced, controlled, directed, threatened with punishment” to get the work done.
    • He or she prefers to be led, avoids responsibility, lacks ambition, and wants security above all else.
    Douglas McGregor
  • 18. Theory X and Theory Y
    • Theory Y Propositions
    • Work is as natural as play or rest; people do not inherently dislike it.
    • People will work of their own accord toward objectives to which they feel committed without control or the threat of punishment.
    • People become committed to objectives that fulfill their inner personal needs.
  • 19. Theory X and Theory Y
    • Theory Y Propositions
    • People can learn not only to accept responsibility but also to seek it. Lack of ambition, avoidance of responsibility, and the desire for security are not innate human characteristics.
    • Capacity for applying imagination, ingenuity, and creativity to solving on-the-job problems is “widely, not narrowly, distributed in the population.”
    • The modern industrial organization uses only a portion of the intellectual potential of the average human being.
  • 20. Theory X & Y Theory X Work is natural Capable of self-direction Seek responsibility Can make good decisions Work avoiding Need to control Avoid responsibility Workers seek security Theory Y
  • 21. Situational Leadership
    • Behaviors
    (Kenneth Blanchard and Paul Hersey) Directive Behaviors Supportive Behaviors
  • 22. Situational Leadership Styles Directing Coaching Close supervision most effective for training or emergencies Direct supervision and support to build commitment Supportive Delegating
      • Assists employees lacking commitment to improve performance
      • “ Lead as little as possible”
    more
  • 23. Situational Leadership Styles
  • 24. Transactional Leadership ( Burns, 1978; Bass 1985)
    • Transactional Leadership…
      • Leadership is a process where a leader is able to bring about desired actions from others by using certain behaviors, rewards, or incentives
      • Transactional leaders motivate workers by appealing to their self-interest
  • 25. Transactional Leaders
    • Transactional leaders use conventional reward and punishment to gain compliance from their followers.
    • "Do as I say and you will get a raise."
    • "Meet this quota or you will get fired."
    a typical statement: «If you reach the quality goal, you‘ll get 5% of your annual wage as a bonus»
  • 26. Transformational Leaders
    • Transformational leaders
    • Communicate with and inspire workers about the mission and objectives of the company
    • Provide workers with meaningful, interesting, and challenging jobs
    • Act as coaches and mentors to support, develop and empower workers
    • Lead by example
    a typical statement: «You are a bit unconcentrated during the last days; is there anything wrong at home or with your collegues?»
  • 27. Transformational Leadership
    • Transformational Leadership…
      • Leadership is a process of eliciting performance above and beyond normal expectations
        • Charisma
        • Individual consideration
        • Intellectual stimulation
  • 28. Transformational Leadership Elements Transformational Leadership Communicating the Vision Modelling the Vision Creating a Strategic Vision Building Commitment
  • 29. Developing Your Own Style
    • No one can teach you; but a lot of what the behavioral scientists are saying can be very useful to you.
    • Theory X makes people unproductive and worst counterproductive.
    • Theory Y satisfy inner needs as self respect, achievement, independence, responsibility status, and growth.
    • How you behave, your leadership style
    • Who your followers are: their competence and motivation for a given task
    • The match between how and who
    • What leadership skills you can apply
  • 30.
    • Leaders:
    • Establish direction
    • Align people
    • Motivate and inspire
    • Produce change
    • Look forward
    Leader vs. Manager
    • Managers:
    • Plan & Budget
    • Organize & Staff
    • Problem solve
    • Produce order& predictability
    • Move things forward
  • 31. ..
    • L.E.A.D.E.R.S.H.I.P.
      • L oyalty
      • E xcellence
      • A ttitude
      • D etermination
      • E nergy
      • R esponsibility
      • S tandards
      • H onor
      • I nspiration
      • P erformance
  • 32. Leaders and Managers: Distinguishing their Roles Establish organizational mission Formulate Strategy for implementing mission Implement organizational strategy Leader’s Job Manager’s Job
  • 33. Examples of Applying Theory Situation Leader Followers Outcomes Substandard performance (no rewards for performance) Reduced role ambiguity (clearer effort-to-performance links) Newly formed work unit Directive behaviors (tell followers what to do and how to do it) Directive behaviors (make rewards available and contingent on performance) Clearer performance-to-reward links (increased valence) Higher effort Higher satisfaction Higher effort Higher satisfaction
  • 34. ..
    • “ Always dream and shot higher than you know you can do. Don’t bother just to be better than your contemporaries or predecessors. Try to be better than yourself”
      • Old Chinese Proverb
  • 35.
    • Thanking You
    • By:-
    • super VAR

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