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Ldrs app presentation
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Ldrs app presentation
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Ldrs app presentation
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  • This is a difficult question to answer due to the many and varied definitions and understandings of both leadership and management.
  • Ability to influence constituents
    Have common goals
    Willingness to work to achieve goals
    Emotional involvement - (Zaleznik)
    Goal establishment and achievement
    Relationships
    Change and Movement - transformational (Fayol, Kotter)
    Motivate people to “buy into” and work together in the “process”
  • Create an example page for management
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    • 1. Does a dichotomy exist?
    • 2. Agenda  Define Leadership  Define Management  Explore the dichotomy  Provide examples of effective and ineffective leadership/management behaviors  Create the continuum  Concluding remarks
    • 3. How do we define a leader? Leadership can be about the leaders role in the group process Leadership can be about the personality of the leader Leadership can be about the things a leader does Leadership can be a transformative process Leadership can be about skills that the leader possesses Leadership can be about who has the power
    • 4. What is unique about management?  Influence constituents  Use of transactional methods (Rost)  Rewards  Penalties  Focus of goals is on bottom line  React to solve problems  Maintain order and equilibrium (Fayol)  Oversight of activities and routines (Kotter)
    • 5. Can Organizations Function Solely Under One or the Other Dichotomy?
    • 6. The Manager/Leader Dyad Focus on Goals Offer rewards for success Motivate to achievement Influence followers Management Leadership Influence followers Focus on Goals
    • 7. The Manager/Leader Continuum Focus on Goals Offer rewards for success Motivate to achievement Influence followers Management Leadership
    • 8. Theoretical Argument Supporting False Dichotomy  Situational Leadership  Leader’s ability to change to meet needs ○ Reactive behavior in management  Needs are directive (task) and supportive (relationship)  Leader determines action based on constituents needs  Assumptions?
    • 9. Team Leadership Participative Management Theories Group construct - both need each other  Members of the team are engaged  Decisions  Goals  Vote  Relationship with constituents  Motivation  Acknowledge constituent strengths and weaknesses - proper placement  Concerned with effectiveness
    • 10. Higher Education
    • 11. Understanding the Culture of Higher Education 1. Collegial 2. Managerial 3. Developmental 4. Negotiating Robles (1998)
    • 12. Social, political, and economic forces impact Higher Education. Therefore, Higher Education must determine how to change and meet the demands and needs of a changing society…
    • 13. The “L” Word LEADERSHIP IN HIGHER EDUCATION Wisniewski (2007) Development Values Partnerships Change Reflection Involvement Transformation Collaboration Assimilation Potential Perseverance Interaction Trust Empathy Listening
    • 14. Management in Higher Education Birnbaum (2007) Mission statements Physical Assets Employees Management Systems Fads: “…universally applicable quick-fix solutions…” Creation Narrative evolution Time lag Narrative devolution Dissonance resolution (Why do I feel like I’ve heard this all before??)
    • 15. Leadership AND Management in Higher Education Cullen, Joyce, Hassall, Broadbent (2003) 1. Financial Perspective 2. Customer Perspective 3. Business Perspective 4. Innovation & Learning Perspective Creating “A Balanced Scorecard” – Kaplan & Norton (1992)
    • 16. The Public Sector
    • 17. Public Sector Dichotomy  Leadership and Management Continuum  Stereotypical Images of Government Workers  Video Illustration
    • 18. Efforts at Reform:  Govt’t Performance and Results Act of 1993  Program Assessment Rating Tool (PART) of 2002
    • 19. Ofc. Of Personnel Mgt. Stats  Increase in federal employees making $100,000/year+  Average pay is $71,206  Transportation Dept. has 1,690 people making more than $170,000/year
    • 20. Wright & Pandey (2009)  Expected to find Transformational Leadership to be less effective in the Public Sector  Results indicated that Transformational Leadership is effective in Public Administration  Successful public administrators recognize need for continuum
    • 21. Bertucci (2006)  Transactional Model  Merit appointments  Remuneration  Transformational Model  Managers lead by example  Managers give support and feedback  Managers develop professionalism in staff
    • 22. Preston (2008)  Found that managerial styles varied according to the field of practice  Used Child Welfare, Senior Services, and Employment Services  Compared three functional domains:  Task Orientation  Employee Orientation  External Orientation

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