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S9 b impl_lead
S9 b impl_lead
S9 b impl_lead
S9 b impl_lead
S9 b impl_lead
S9 b impl_lead
S9 b impl_lead
S9 b impl_lead
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  • 1. Leadership IX-B
    • Leadership is not an exact science. Much of it still stays shrouded in mystery.
    • All attempts towards understanding leadership has been through establishing a cause-and-effect relationship e.g.
    • - Leader is tall because de Gaulle is tall
    • - Leader is short because Napoleon is short
    • neither being true
  • 3. Leadership Models Managerial Grid
  • 4. Managerial Grid
    • Authoritarian Leaders (9,1) are hard on workers and more task oriented.
    • Country Club Leaders (1,9)
    • Team Leader (9,9)
    • Impoverished Leader (1,1)
  • 5. Leadership Model Adair                                                      
    • The three overlapping circles illustrate that each of the functions are interdependent.
    • This is because
    • - individuals make up teams
    • teams/individuals complete tasks
    • without a task there is no need for a team or individual.
    • If one element is missing or weak then the other elements will suffer.
    • For example if the team is weak then the task will suffer and one weak individual can affect team performance and subsequently task completion.
  • 6. Leadership Model 4 factors
    • Process
    • A two-way process of transaction between the leader and her follower - leader affects and is affected by followers.
  • 7. Leadership factors
    • Influence
    •   Leadership incurs influencing a group of individuals who have a common purpose.
    • The group can be a nation, a community or an organization.
  • 8. Leadership factors
    • Group
    •   Without a group of followers there is no leadership.
    • Goal
    •   Leading the group towards a common destination.
  • 9. Leadership Survey
    • Six different styles of leadership were studied to find out the most effective style:
    • Coercive leaders ( through bullying?)
    • Demand immediate compliance
    • Authoritative leaders (dominating, but can be responsive )
    • Mobilize people towards a vision
    • Affiliative leaders Creates an emotional bond
  • 10. Leadership Survey six styles
    • Democratic leaders Build consensus through participation
    • Pacesetting leaders Insist on excellence and self- direction
    • Coaching leaders Develop people for the future
  • 11. Parameters
    • Flexibility : how free employees feel to innovate
    • Sense of Responsibility : people feel to the organization
    • Level of Standards that people set on their work
    • Aptness of Rewards : how people perceive it
    • Clarity people have about mission and values
    • Level of Commitment people have to the goal
  • 12. Winner
    • Most Effective : Authoritative style
    • Runner-up : Affiliative style
    • 3 rd (tie) : Democratic style
    • Coaching style