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    • 1. Leadership: The Four Styles Professional Seminar, November 17, 2007 Authors/Presenters: Karita Campos-Bidwell Christina Centrella Mary Lou Dorman Leslie Pirtle Alicia Santos-Silva
    • 2. Introduction
      • Designed to help you identify your leadership style
      • Identify most appropriate leadership style of subordinates
      • Data for this article was gathered over a span of 30 years
    • 3. Personal Leadership Style
      • What is leadership?
      • What is your preferred style?
      • Impact on people, tasks & environment
      • Preferred style of your team members?
      • Assigning tasks based on leadership style helps increase productivity
    • 4. Leadership in General
      • Various definitions
      • Behavior, personal characteristics, & leadership situations
    • 5. 4 Characteristics of Effective Leaders
      • Provide direction and meaning
      • Generate trust
      • Prefer action and risk taking
      • Communicate hope
      --Warren Bennis
    • 6. Holistic Leaders
      • Those with the skill to use all 4 styles
      • Very rare
      • Jack Welch of G.E.
      • Andy Grove of Intel
      • John Chambers of I.B.M.
    • 7. Holistic Leaders Can Analyze & Respond to:
      • Diverse people
      • Complex tasks
      • Variety of cultures in the workplace
      • Peoples’ differing personalities, perceptions, abilities, attitudes & skills
    • 8. The 4 Leadership Styles
      • Type A
        • Fact Based
      • Type B
        • Creativity Based
      • Type C
        • Feelings Based
      • Type D
        • Control / Power Based
    • 9. Type A Personality Fact Based
    • 10. Type A Leadership Style
      • Leaders expect themselves and others to perform at exceedingly high levels
      • Leaders put significant importance on the bottom line
    • 11. Characteristics of Type A
      • Are at ease with others
      • Are comfortable with tasks and environments that deal with facts, logic, theories and scientific applications.
      • Will set high quantitative standards of behavior and expectations for themselves and of their employees
      • Seldom demonstrate any emotion of feelings for others
    • 12. Characteristics of Type A
      • Priority is to get to the bottom line
      • Are inquisitive or fact finders
    • 13. The Flip Side of Type A
      • Leaders can be very harsh
      • Perfectionists
      • Fashion
      • Thinkers
      • Caution/Accuracy
    • 14. Key to a Good Leader
      • To find out what one is fitted to do and to secure an opportunity to do it is the key to happiness.” Dewey pg.391
    • 15. Type B Personality Creativity Based
    • 16. Strengths
      • Provides an open and creative work environment which provides opportunity for suggestions and clarification
    • 17. Characteristics
      • Artistic
      • Flexible
      • Imaginative
      • Spontaneous
      • Holistic
    • 18. PERSONALITY C FEELINGS BASED
    • 19. CHARACTERISTICS OF TYPE C
      • VERY SOCIAL
      • SPONTANEOUS
      • FRIENDLY
      • EMOTIONAL
      • ENTHUSIASTIC
    • 20. CHARACTERISTICS OF TYPE C
      • PREFER TO USE EMOTIONS,EMPATHY,INTUITION, AND INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS TO GUIDE THEIR RELATIONSHIPS..
      • UNCOMFORTABLE USING DATA FOR DECISION MAKING..
      • DONOT USE PRINCIPALS OF SCIENCE TO ANALYZE + SOLVE PROBLEMS, WE PREFER INTUITION..
      • OPEN & DIRECT IN THEIR COMMUNICATION STYLE..
    • 21.
      • MAKES DECISIONS BASED UPON HOW HE/SHE FEELS ABOUT THE ISSUE.
      • MAKE ALL KINDS OF PROMISES AND THINKS “ ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE .”
      • HAS A HARD TIME FOLLOWING THROUGH WITH COMMITMENTS.
      • NEED TO DEVELOP SENSITIVITY TO FEELINGS OF OTHERS, WEIGHING THE CONSEQUENCES OF WORDS OR ACTIONS BEFORE JUMPING INTO SOMETHING.
      CHARACTERISTICS OF TYPE C
    • 22.
      • PRONE TO THINK,ACT AND RESPOND TO STIMULI IN FAST-PACED MANNER.
      • SEEK APPROVAL + RECOGNITION FROM THOSE IN CONTROL.
      CHARACTERISTICS OF TYPE C
    • 23. FLIP SIDE
      • TALKS TOO MUCH
      • TOO PERMISSIVE
      • JOBS ARE NOT OFTEN DONE WELL
      • EASILY HURT
      • PUSH-OVER, TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF
      • HOLDS ON TO OTHER’S HURT OR PAIN
    • 24. Personality type D Control/Power Based
    • 25. Characteristics
      • 2 major aspects
          • Dictatorial
          • Authoritative
      • Strengths
      • Weaknesses
      • How to communicate
      • When to use it
    • 26. Two Major Aspects
      • Authoritative
      • Dictatorial
    • 27. Dictatorial
      • All decision-making power is theirs
      • Unrealistic demands
      • Uses excessive discipline and punishment
      • Does not allow others to question decisions or authority
    • 28. Passive dictatorship
      • All decision making power is theirs
      • Unrealistic demands clouded in humor
      • Subtle forms of discipline and punishment
      • Allows questions about decisions (seemingly) but ignores them
      • Pretends to be your friend only to get their way
    • 29. Authoritative
      • Seldom lets others make decisions
      • Feels he is the most qualified and experienced
      • Considers his views to be the most valid
      • Lacks confidence in others abilities
      • Critical of differing opinions
      • Rarely gives recognition
      • Easily offended
      • Action oriented
      • Highly competitive
    • 30. Type D is…
      • Control and power based
      • Detailed
      • Planned
      • Sequential
      • Conservative
      • Dominant
      • Highly Structured
      • High Task
      • Formal
      • Provides specific and detailed instructions
      • Intolerant of any deviation from plans
      • Discipline oriented
    • 31. Strengths
      • Produces action needed
    • 32. Biggest Weakness Is
      • Failure to recognize the skills and abilities within other people
      • Denies opportunities for others to use or exhibit their skills in decision-making venues
    • 33. When it is appropriate
      • During emergencies or crisis
      • When employee safety is at risk
      • When severe disciplinary action needs to be taken
      • New hires unfamiliar with their jobs
      • Constant misuse of authority
      • When company rules are broken
      • When you are the sole person responsible for a decision
    • 34. How to communicate with Type D
      • Wants you to be: efficient and to the point
      • Provide them with: options and information on what it does and by when, freedom to act, immediate action
    • 35. General Strategies
      • Be efficient and competent
      • Support their goals and objectives
      • Be precise
      • Be time disciplined
      • Be well organized
      • Focus on the results/bottom line
      • Do not waste their time
      • Let them make the decision
    • 36. And if you disagree
      • Argue facts
      • not personal feelings
    • 37. Summary and Conclusion Of the Four Leadership Styles
      • Type A - Fact Based
        • Expects others to perform at a high level, with emphasis on the bottom line. Type B
        • Provides an open and creative work environment, which provides opportunity for suggestions and clarification
      • Type-B - Creativity Based
        • Provides an open and creative work Environment, which provides opportunity for suggestions and clarification.
      • Type C - Feelings Based
        • Makes decisions based upon how he/she feels about the issue
      • Type D - Control/Power Based
        • Provides specific and detailed instructions and does not tolerate deviation f from assigned sequence
    • 38. ?
    • 39. Source
      • W.C. Howard, Ph.D., “Leadership: The Four Styles,” Education , Volume 126, No. 2

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