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  • 1. TASK RELATED ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIOUR OF LEADER
    • PRESENTED BY:
    • DIVYA SHARMA
    • M.B.A. III SEM
    • JIET(SOMG)
  • 2. INTRODUCTION:
    • Historic findings reveal that leaders and followers vary by - intelligence - dominance - self-confidence - level of energy and activity - task-relevant knowledge
    • Contemporary findings show that - people tend to perceive that someone is a leader when he or she exhibits traits associated with intelligence, masculinity, and dominance - people want their leaders to be credible - credible leaders are honest, forward-looking, inspiring, and competent
    Leadership Traits : represent the personal characteristics that differentiate leaders from followers.
  • 3. TASK RELATED ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIOUR:
    • THERE ARE MAINLY THREE TYPES OF TASK ORIENTED BEHAVIOUR:
    • PLANNING:
    • Identify necessary action plans.
    • Identify the optimal sequence of the action plan.
    • Estimate the time needed to carry out each action plan.
    • Determine the starting times and deadlines.
    • Estimate the cost of each action step.
    • Determine who will be accountable for each step.
    • Develop procedures for monitoring progress.
  • 4. CONT…
    • CLARIFYING ROLES AND OBJECTIVES:
    • Defining job responsibilities and requirements
    • Explain the important job responsibilities
    • Clarify the person’s scope of authority.
    • Explain how the job relates to the mission of the unit.
    • Explain important policies, rules and requirements.
    • ASSIGNING WORK:
    • Clearly explain the assignment.
    • Explain the reasons , priorities , deadlines of the work .
  • 5. CONT…
    • SETTING PERFORMANCE GOAL :
    • Set goals for relevant aspect of performance.
    • Set the clear and specific goals.
    • Set challenging but realistic goals.
    • Set a target date for attainment of each goal.
    • MONITIRING OPERATIONS:
    • 1. Identify and measure key performance indicators .
    • 2. Monitor ,measure ,develop, encourage and conduct periodic progress review system.
  • 6. LEADERSHIP BASED ON TASK AND BEHAVIOUR
  • 7. Task related activities and attitudes
    • Adaptability
      • Sizes up people, situations and tactics
    • Direction Setting
      • Aligning the actions of followers.
    • Set high performance standards
      • Helps in career development.
  • 8. Task related activities and attitudes (cont’d)
    • Risk taking/action oriented
    • Provides hands on guidance
    • Provides frequent feedback
      • Takes corrective action
      • Reinforces favorable activities
  • 9. Task related activities and attitudes (cont’d)
    • Remain calm and consistent under pressure
    • Asks tough questions rather than provide answers
      • Reverse delegation.
    • Strong customer orientation
  • 10. BEHAVIOUR INFLUENCING LEADERSHIP
  • 11. TASK Vs RELATIONSHIP LEADERSHIP:
  • 12. Skills and Best Practices: Tips for Improving Leader Effectiveness Behavior Recommended Behaviors Listen Intensely listen to what others have to say. Determine the true cause of performance problems. Examine Think through problems from all perspectives. Do not play favorites and find solutions that benefit everyone involved. Assist Help others to learn from mistakes and errors. Develop Explain the rationale for decisions and implement fair policies and procedures. Encourage Provide employees with the resources needed to do a job. Gently push people to advance into more demanding roles. Recognize Praise people for their good work. Focus on the positive whenever possible.
  • 13. CONCLUSION:
    • Successful leadership depends more on appropriate behavior and actions , and less on personality traits. Behavior can be learned and changed whereas traits remain more or less fixed. Thus this school of thought suggest that “LEADERS ARE NOT BORN BUT THEY HAVE TO BE DEVELOPED”.
  • 14. THANK YOU