The ability to influence a
group toward the
achievement of goals
 To guide people
 To Develop people
 To motivate people
 To Inspire and influence peoples to do work
 To set the dire...
Leaders are Born
OR
Can be Made
Select the Leader
OR
Train the leader
If Born…
(Trait theory)
If made…
(Behavioral Theory)
Leadership Traits
• Extraversion
• Conscientiousness
• Openness
• Emotional Intelligence
(Qualified)
Theories that conside...
Behavioral Theories of Leadership
Theories proposing that specific behaviors
differentiate leaders from nonleaders
Goal:
...
Ohio State Studies
 Initiating Structure
 Consideration
University of Michigan
 Production Orientation
 Employee Ori...
Initiating Structure
Define and structure role or job
Consideration
The extent to which a leader is likely to have job
rel...
Employee-oriented Leader
Emphasizing interpersonal relations;
 Taking a personal interest in the needs of
employees
Acce...
Assumption:
Leaders can be trained
Leaders are effective because of
actions they take
Implication:
Activities of effect...
LIMITATIONS:
Situational factors are ignored
Leaders need to be flexible…
Effective behaviors do not generalize
across ...
Behaviorla Theory Trait Theory
 Leaders can be
trained
 Develop leaders
 Specific behavior
 Leaders are born
 Select ...
Conclusion
Behavioral theories
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Behavioral theories

  1. 1. The ability to influence a group toward the achievement of goals
  2. 2.  To guide people  To Develop people  To motivate people  To Inspire and influence peoples to do work  To set the directions  To shape the entities  For the smoother functioning  To give peoples the sense of accomplishment etc.
  3. 3. Leaders are Born OR Can be Made
  4. 4. Select the Leader OR Train the leader
  5. 5. If Born… (Trait theory) If made… (Behavioral Theory)
  6. 6. Leadership Traits • Extraversion • Conscientiousness • Openness • Emotional Intelligence (Qualified) Theories that consider personality, social, physical, or intellectual traits to differentiate leaders from nonleaders
  7. 7. Behavioral Theories of Leadership Theories proposing that specific behaviors differentiate leaders from nonleaders Goal: Develop leaders
  8. 8. Ohio State Studies  Initiating Structure  Consideration University of Michigan  Production Orientation  Employee Orientation
  9. 9. Initiating Structure Define and structure role or job Consideration The extent to which a leader is likely to have job relationships characterized by;  mutual trust respect for subordinate’s ideas, regard for his/her feelings
  10. 10. Employee-oriented Leader Emphasizing interpersonal relations;  Taking a personal interest in the needs of employees Accepting individual differences among members Production-oriented Leader Emphasize on technical or task aspects of the job
  11. 11. Assumption: Leaders can be trained Leaders are effective because of actions they take Implication: Activities of effective leaders
  12. 12. LIMITATIONS: Situational factors are ignored Leaders need to be flexible… Effective behaviors do not generalize across situations.
  13. 13. Behaviorla Theory Trait Theory  Leaders can be trained  Develop leaders  Specific behavior  Leaders are born  Select lesders  Personality traits
  14. 14. Conclusion
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