Carolyn Collins10/31/2012                     1
   Leadership Style Assessment                       Leadership Style Assessment      This leadership skills assessment h...
   Coaching Leadership Style                                 Coaching Leadership Style               Coaching leaders enj...
   Coercive Leadership Style                            Coercive Leadership Style               Coercive leaders often de...
   Authoritative Leadership Style                  Authoritative Leadership Style          Authoritative leaders often tr...
   Affiliative Leadership Style                                Affiliative Leadership Style          The Affiliative lead...
   Democratic Leadership Style                            Democratic Leadership Style           The Democratic leader lik...
   Pacesetting Leadership Style                         Pacesetting Leadership Style       Pacesetting leaders set high s...
Coercive?          A good leader uses all three styles, depending on what forces are involved           between the follo...
Sue Hathaway is a                                                                                                  SCENARI...
John is a new supervisor.                     He has just been put in                      When some                      ...
A construction crew has worked                                                   together for the last four years with    ...
Bob is an owner of a                                                                                                   SCE...
This inspection line has no                                                                                               ...
Jane has just been promoted to squad                                                                                      ...
There are seven people on a special                                                                                       ...
A small department performs the                                                                                           ...
A forklift had its forks raised in                 Dan his supervisor tells                                               ...
SCENARIO 10                                                                        Later that week she calls              ...
Jack calls his staff                                                                               together and explains  ...
Larry a newly hired                                                                                                  SCENA...
Joe is manager at Top Dig. As                                                                                             ...
Click on the icon below to view the next                             scenario.10/31/2012                                  ...
   Coaching Leadership Style                                 Coaching Leadership Style               Coaching leaders enj...
   Coercive Leadership Style                            Coercive Leadership Style               Coercive leaders often de...
   Authoritative Leadership Style                  Authoritative Leadership Style          Authoritative leaders often tr...
   Affiliative Leadership Style                                Affiliative Leadership Style        The Affiliative leader...
   Democratic Leadership Style                               Democratic Leadership Style          The Democratic leader l...
   Pacesetting Leadership Style                             Pacesetting Leadership Style        Pacesetting leaders set h...
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  1. 1. Carolyn Collins10/31/2012 1
  2. 2.  Leadership Style Assessment Leadership Style Assessment This leadership skills assessment has to do with your predominant leadership style. Keep in mind that most leaders will flex their leadership style to the situation; this is appropriately termed situational leadership.10/31/2012 2
  3. 3.  Coaching Leadership Style Coaching Leadership Style Coaching leaders enjoy developing people that may one day be the leaders of the company. They have a great deal of self awareness and enjoy helping others improve their skills.10/31/2012 3
  4. 4.  Coercive Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Coercive leaders often demand immediate compliance with their orders. This type of leader has an extreme drive to achieve. They also exhibit a great deal of self control and often take the initiative when they spot a problem. Over the long haul, coercive leaders can have a negative impact on the workplace.10/31/2012 4
  5. 5.  Authoritative Leadership Style Authoritative Leadership Style Authoritative leaders often try to mobilize workers towards a vision. They allow workers to see how they fit into the big picture. They are seen as experts in their area and demonstrate a lot of self confidence. Authoritative leaders also demonstrate a lot of empathy.10/31/2012 5
  6. 6.  Affiliative Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style The Affiliative leader likes to create harmony and build relationships in the workplace. They believe that people come first and like to communicate with others.10/31/2012 6
  7. 7.  Democratic Leadership Style Democratic Leadership Style The Democratic leader likes to get others involved in the decision making process. They enjoy coming to consensus through the active participation of others.10/31/2012 7
  8. 8.  Pacesetting Leadership Style Pacesetting Leadership Style Pacesetting leaders set high standards of performance for themselves and others around them. They have a great deal of drive to achieve targets and expect the same type of drive from those around them. Unless workers are just as driven as the leader, this style can also have a detrimental effect in the long term.10/31/2012 8
  9. 9. Coercive?  A good leader uses all three styles, depending on what forces are involved between the followers, the leader, and the situation. Some examples include: Authoritarian ?  Using an authoritarian/coaching style on a new employee who is just Coaching? learning the job. The leader is competent and a good coach. The Affiliative? employee is motivated to learn a new skill. The situation is a new Democratic? environment for the employee. Pacesetting? Using a participative/democratic style with a team of workers who Combination  know their job. The leader knows the problem, but does not have all the information. The employees know their jobs and want to become ? part of the team.  Using a delegative style with a worker who knows more about the job Forces Forces than you. You cannot do everything and the employee needs to take ownership of her job! In addition, this allows you to be at other places, doing other things.  Using all three: Telling your employees that a procedure is not working correctly and a new one must be established (authoritarian). Asking for their ideas and input on creating a new procedure (participative). Delegating tasks in order to implement the new procedure (delegative).  Forces that influence the style to be used included:  How much time is available.  Are relationships based on respect and trust or on disrespect?  Who has the information — you, your employees, or both?  How well your employees are trained and how well you know the task. Internal conflicts. Forces Follower   Stress levels.  Type of task. Is it structured, unstructured, complicated, or simple?  Laws or established procedures such as OSHA or training plans. Leader10/31/2012 9
  10. 10. Sue Hathaway is a SCENARIO 1 business major. She is Although the team leading a team of discusses the merits of research scientist each ideal and working on new ways project, she retains the to use plastic final decision making authority. Click on the leadership style that best fits the style of leadership portrayed in the scenario above. If you selected the wrong answer you will be given the definition of the style you have chosen. At this point click on the scenario you are working on , then make another selection . If you chose the correct leadership style the response on “good job” will appear. Then select the next scenario. Coaching Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Democratic Leadership Style10/31/2012 Leadership Style Authoritative Pacesetting Leadership Style 10
  11. 11. John is a new supervisor. He has just been put in When some SCENARIO 2 charge of the production suggestions are line. He immediately starts by telling the crew made, he tells them what changes need to be he does not have time made. to consider them. Click on the leadership style that best fits the style of leadership portrayed in the scenario above. If you selected the wrong answer you will be given the definition of the style you have chosen. At this point click on the scenario you are working on , then make another selection . If you chose the correct leadership style the response on “good job” will appear. Then select the next scenario. Coaching Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Democratic Leadership StyleAuthoritative Leadership Style Pacesetting Leadership Style10/31/2012
  12. 12. A construction crew has worked together for the last four years with SCENARIO 3 very little change-over in personnel. They always vote whenever a decision has to be made on how to proceed with the project. Click on the leadership style that best fits the style of leadership portrayed in the scenario above. If you selected the wrong answer you will be given the definition of the style you have chosen. At this point click on the scenario you are working on , then make another selection . If you chose the correct leadership style the response on “good job” will appear. Then select the next scenario. Coaching Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Democratic Leadership StyleAuthoritative Leadership Style Pacesetting Leadership Style 1210/31/2012
  13. 13. Bob is an owner of a SCENARIO 4 small electronic store. He starts every day by telling his three employees what has to be done and how to do it. Click on the leadership style that best fits the style of leadership portrayed in the scenario above. If you selected the wrong answer you will be given the definition of the style you have chosen. At this point click on the scenario you are working on , then make another selection . If you chose the correct leadership style the response on “good job” will appear. Then select the next scenario. Coaching Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Democratic Leadership Style10/31/2012 Leadership Style Authoritative Pacesetting Leadership Style 13
  14. 14. This inspection line has no SCENARIO 5 supervisor. They are expected to have the correct staffing, procedures, and expertise on each shift to ensure no defective parts gets pass them Click on the leadership style that best fits the style of leadership portrayed in the scenario above. If you selected the wrong answer you will be given the definition of the style you have chosen. At this point click on the scenario you are working on , then make another selection . If you chose the correct leadership style the response on “good job” will appear. Then select the next scenario. Coaching Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Democratic Leadership Style10/31/2012 Leadership Style Authoritative Pacesetting Leadership Style 14
  15. 15. Jane has just been promoted to squad SCENARIO 6 leader and has just been assigned overseas. She immediately calls her squad together for a meeting and asks for their ideas and input on an upcoming field training exercise. Click on the leadership style that best fits the style of leadership portrayed in the scenario above. If you selected the wrong answer you will be given the definition of the style you have chosen. At this point click on the scenario you are working on , then make another selection . If you chose the correct leadership style the response on “good job” will appear. Then select the next scenario. Coaching Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Democratic Leadership StyleAuthoritative Leadership Style Pacesetting Leadership Style10/31/2012 15
  16. 16. There are seven people on a special SCENARIO 7 project team and each individual is from a different department. Although a leader was elected, for a decision to pass it must have the approval of each individual. Click on the leadership style that best fits the style of leadership portrayed in the scenario above. If you selected the wrong answer you will be given the definition of the style you have chosen. At this point click on the scenario you are working on , then make another selection . If you chose the correct leadership style the response on “good job” will appear. Then select the next scenario. Coaching Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Democratic Leadership StyleAuthoritative Leadership Style10/31/2012 Pacesetting Leadership Style 16
  17. 17. A small department performs the SCENARIO 8 same functions every day. To get information out, the supervisor sends it by email or voice mail, very rarely is a meeting called. Click on the leadership style that best fits the style of leadership portrayed in the scenario above. If you selected the wrong answer you will be given the definition of the style you have chosen. At this point click on the scenario you are working on , then make another selection . If you chose the correct leadership style the response on “good job” will appear. Then select the next scenario. Coaching Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Democratic Leadership Style Authoritative Leadership Style Pacesetting Leadership Style10/31/2012 17
  18. 18. A forklift had its forks raised in Dan his supervisor tells SCENARIO 9 the air to put some material in the racks. Dave darts under the him very sternly not to forks (safety violation) so he ever do that again and could get back to his work- station in time. notes it in his log. Click on the leadership style that best fits the style of leadership portrayed in the scenario above. If you selected the wrong answer you will be given the definition of the style you have chosen. At this point click on the scenario you are working on , then make another selection . If you chose the correct leadership style the response on “good job” will appear. Then select the next scenario. Coaching Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Democratic Leadership Style10/31/2012 Leadership Style Authoritative Pacesetting Leadership Style 18
  19. 19. SCENARIO 10 Later that week she calls Betty is the project a meeting of all manager. After care supervisors and key evaluation she puts players to create a out a course of action strategy to keep the A project is to take to try to put it project running on running late. back on track. schedule Click on the leadership style that best fits the style of leadership portrayed in the scenario above. If you selected the wrong answer you will be given the definition of the style you have chosen. At this point click on the scenario you are working on , then make another selection . If you chose the correct leadership style the response on “good job” will appear. Then select the next scenario. Coaching Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Democratic Leadership StyleAuthoritative Leadership Style Pacesetting Leadership Style10/31/2012 19
  20. 20. Jack calls his staff together and explains SCENARIO 11 Jim the vice the project. He then Jack is president of manager at productions, tells tells them to get it up ATVE. He is and going while he working on Jack to get a hot the budget. project running completes the budget immediately. Click on the leadership style that best fits the style of leadership portrayed in the scenario above. If you selected the wrong answer you will be given the definition of the style you have chosen. At this point click on the scenario you are working on , then make another selection . If you chose the correct leadership style the response on “good job” will appear. Then select the next scenario. Coaching Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Democratic Leadership StyleAuthoritative Leadership Style Pacesetting Leadership Style10/31/2012 20
  21. 21. Larry a newly hired SCENARIO 12 supervisor is not allowed to make any decisions unless it is approved by his manager Harry first. Click on the leadership style that best fits the style of leadership portrayed in the scenario above. If you selected the wrong answer you will be given the definition of the style you have chosen. At this point click on the scenario you are working on , then make another selection . If you chose the correct leadership style the response on “good job” will appear. Then select the next scenario. Coaching Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Democratic Leadership Style10/31/2012 Leadership Style Authoritative Pacesetting Leadership Style 21
  22. 22. Joe is manager at Top Dig. As SCENARIO 13 manager he was quick to recognize the contributions of individual team member, and express his gratitude for their outcome on the company’s website . Click on the leadership style that best fits the style of leadership portrayed in the scenario above. If you selected the wrong answer you will be given the definition of the style you have chosen. At this point click on the scenario you are working on , then make another selection . If you chose the correct leadership style the response on “good job” will appear. Then select the next scenario. Coaching Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Democratic Leadership Style Authoritative Leadership Style Pacesetting Leadership Style10/31/2012 22
  23. 23. Click on the icon below to view the next scenario.10/31/2012 23
  24. 24.  Coaching Leadership Style Coaching Leadership Style Coaching leaders enjoy developing people that may one day be the leaders of the company. They have a great deal of self awareness and enjoy helping others improve their skills.10/31/2012
  25. 25.  Coercive Leadership Style Coercive Leadership Style Coercive leaders often demand immediate compliance with their orders. This type of leader has an extreme drive to achieve. They also exhibit a great deal of self control and often take the initiative when they spot a problem. Over the long haul, coercive leaders can have a negative impact on the workplace.10/31/2012 25
  26. 26.  Authoritative Leadership Style Authoritative Leadership Style Authoritative leaders often try to mobilize workers towards a vision. They allow workers to see how they fit into the big picture. They are seen as experts in their area and demonstrate a lot of self confidence. Authoritative leaders also demonstrate a lot of empathy.10/31/2012 26
  27. 27.  Affiliative Leadership Style Affiliative Leadership Style The Affiliative leader likes to create harmony and build relationships in the workplace. They believe that people come first and like to communicate with others.10/31/2012 27
  28. 28.  Democratic Leadership Style Democratic Leadership Style The Democratic leader likes to get others involved in the decision making process. They enjoy coming to consensus through the active participation of others.10/31/2012 28
  29. 29.  Pacesetting Leadership Style Pacesetting Leadership Style Pacesetting leaders set high standards of performance for themselves and others around them. They have a great deal of drive to achieve targets and expect the same type of drive from those around them. Unless workers are just as driven as the leader, this style can also have a detrimental effect in the long term.10/31/2012
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