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Leadership

  1. 1. LEADERSHIP Leadership The process of inspiring and empowering others to voluntarily commit themselves to achieving the leader’s vision A dynamic relationship based on mutual influence and common purpose between leaders and collaborators in which both are moved to higher levels of motivation as they affect intended change 1
  2. 2. Leadership is NOT… A high position It is a function A super person It is a process for all people Fixed for all activities People can rotate taking leadership in different activities Concerns of the Leaders In the short run: Performance (do things right) Ethical behaviors (do the right things) In the long run: Competitive advantage Human resource development “Anybody can manage short. Anybody can manage long. Balancing those two things is what management is.” [Jack Welch] 2
  3. 3. Management and leadership Management and Leadership 3
  4. 4. Leadership Qualities - Future perspect of org. - Road map to get there Vision - Energy Commitment TRUST Relationship - Connections - Personal sacrify - Support Competence - Knowledge - Skills Sources of Power Legitimate: authority/position Reward : tangible or intangible reward Coercive: Punishment Expert: Knowledge/skills Referent: Respect/admiration/loyalty Which ones tend to lead to intrinsic motivation? 4
  5. 5. Two-Factor Approach to Leadership High Permissive Professional Concern for Corporate People Low Undefined Autocratic Low High Concern for Production Jack Welch Is Jack Welch production- or people- oriented? What leadership qualities do you see in Jack Welch? 5
  6. 6. Dimensions of Leadership Dimensions Descriptions 1. Context: - The capacity to engage various The Vision Dimension stakeholders to produce a shared vision of the future, identify realities to be addressed, and to inspire & motivate for achievement. 2. Competence: The - The knowledge and skills – including Knowledge and Skills emotional intelligence – to Dimension diagnose problems, prioritize work, find solutions, implement, and learn/adjust. 3. Character: - The commitment to serve customer The Values ethically, to have personal and Dimension professional integrity, and to champion accountability. EI – Definition: Being emotionally astute (E) – “applying feelings appropriately” Being intelligent (I) – “applying knowledge or reason appropriately” EI refers to the personal-management and personal- social skills – including intuition, character, integrity, motivation, etc. – that allow us to succeed in our interactions with others 6
  7. 7. 5 EI Competencies* 1. Self-awareness 2. Self-regulation 3. Motivation 4. Empathy 5. Social Skills ______ *Source: D. Goleman, “Working With Emotional Intelligence”, 1998. Summary and Conclusions Leadership is complex and difficult to understand Some aspects of Leadership can be learned Good leadership can provide a sustainable competitive advantage Indirect leadership may be more powerful and effective than direct leadership, but it also is more difficult to do 7

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