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What is Leadership? See examples through history of what defines leadership.

What is Leadership? See examples through history of what defines leadership.

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  • 1. Enhancing Group and Team Leadership Joe, Naomi, Katie, Erica, Lee, and Chris May 5, 2006
  • 2. Leadership
    • Styles Approach
    • Trait Approach
    • Situational Approach
      • Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard
    • Functional Approach
    • Transformational Approach
  • 3. Three Styles Approach Door number 1 Door number 2 Door number 3
  • 4. Door Number 1: Authoritarian
    • Who put him in charge?
    • Who makes the decisions?
    • Does anyone get a say?
  • 5. Door Number 2: Democratic What do YOU think? Wow! That was a really good idea! Thank you all for working together!
  • 6. Door Number 3: Laissez-faire Bored and unresponsive Whatever attitude Nothing gets accomplished
  • 7. Leadership Traits
    • Physical
    • Social
    • Personality
  • 8. Physical
    • Make a good first impression
    • Appearance isn’t
    • everything
  • 9. Social
    • Charismatic
    • Charming
    • Tactful
    • Popular
    • Cooperative
    • Diplomatic
  • 10. Personality
    • Self confidence
    • Ambition
    • Taking the initiative
    • Responsibility
    • No guarantees
  • 11. Situational Approach
    • Three key factors to determine the most effective leadership style.
    Most often used to train managers in corporate settings
  • 12. Three Key Factors
      • Relationship Behavior
      • Task Behavior
      • Maturity
  • 13. Style of Leader
    • Once these factors are considered leaders are able to gauge what style of leadership to use
    • Four styles of leaders
        • Participating
        • Selling
        • Delegating
        • Telling
  • 14. Leadership Model
  • 15. Functional Approach Task Needs Team Maintenance Needs Individual Needs
  • 16. Task Functions
    • Leadership behavior that helps accomplish group’s goal
    • Already assumed by most group members
  • 17. Process Functions
    • Leadership behavior that helps maintain a positive group
    • Usually, process functions are not formally assigned
  • 18. Transformational Leadership
    • The transformational leader influences the group by transforming the group
      • giving it a new vision
      • energizing the culture
      • giving the group a new structure
  • 19. Transformational Leadership
    • Peter Senge’s rules in transformational leadership
      • Build a shared vision
      • Challenge existing ways of thinking
      • Be a system thinker
  • 20. Transformational Leadership
    • The transformational leader is unique because of the ability to paint a picture of the future for the group members
  • 21. Transformational Leadership
    • Establish quality interpersonal relationships with each other
    • - Provide inspiration
    • - Motivation
    • - Intellectual stimulation

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