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Schlechty (1990):Leader is a person who is in aposition to influence others to actand who has, as well, the moral,intellec...
Stogdill (1950):Leadership is the process ofinfluencing the activities of anorganized group in its efforts towardgoal sett...
1. A group2. A common task3. Differentiation ofResponsibilityStogdill (1950):The minimal social conditionswhich permit the...
Tucker (1981):Leadership has seldom been simplya function of personal charisma.Charisma can help one amass powerand author...
Liphan (1964):Leadership is theinitiation of a newstructure orprocedure foraccomplishing anorganization’sgoals andobjectiv...
Greenfield (1986):Leaders who are effective will tryto commit others to the values thatthey themselves believe are good.
1. LOVE of the task andconcern with people.
2. ENERGY. The process iscontinuous where changeoverlaps other changes.
3. ACCEPTANCE of realities.
4. DISCIPLINE.Functions andduties arecontinuouslymonitoredwith referenceto time frameandachievement.
5. EXPERTISE. This is asource of personal powerin effecting change.
6. RESPONSIBILITY. Everyrally to support change is aresponsibility to take risksin determining quantifiableand qualitative...
1. Management ofMEANING.
2. Management ofATTENTION.
3. Managementof TRUST.
4. Management of SELF.
EMPATHY. Your capacity toparticipate in another’sfeelings or ideas.
OBJECTIVITY. Correctingmistakes or anymisunderstanding involvesemotional stability.
CREDIBILITY. It makes leadersworthy of support and praise.
GOOD COMMUNICATIONSKILLS. The art ofcommunicating plays a greatdeal in convincing people toperform efficiently andwillfully.
INTERPERSONALRELATIONS.Good teamworkis an essentialfactor in theattainment of agoal.
1. Theeducationalleaderclearlyneeds to beaneducator.
2. He should be a keenobserver of the education andsocial scenes.
3. He needs to be anorganizer.
4. The leader needs to be akeen judge of people.
5. The leader needs tounderstand the medium of policyformation and implementation-communication.
6. The leader should possesssome understanding offinance.
7. The leader needs tounderstand public relations.
Leader and leadership defined
Leader and leadership defined
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  1. 1. Schlechty (1990):Leader is a person who is in aposition to influence others to actand who has, as well, the moral,intellectual, and social skillsrequired to take advantage of thatposition.
  2. 2. Stogdill (1950):Leadership is the process ofinfluencing the activities of anorganized group in its efforts towardgoal setting and goal achievement.
  3. 3. 1. A group2. A common task3. Differentiation ofResponsibilityStogdill (1950):The minimal social conditionswhich permit the existence ofleadership are the following:
  4. 4. Tucker (1981):Leadership has seldom been simplya function of personal charisma.Charisma can help one amass powerand authority, but charisma alonewill not get the job done.
  5. 5. Liphan (1964):Leadership is theinitiation of a newstructure orprocedure foraccomplishing anorganization’sgoals andobjectives.
  6. 6. Greenfield (1986):Leaders who are effective will tryto commit others to the values thatthey themselves believe are good.
  7. 7. 1. LOVE of the task andconcern with people.
  8. 8. 2. ENERGY. The process iscontinuous where changeoverlaps other changes.
  9. 9. 3. ACCEPTANCE of realities.
  10. 10. 4. DISCIPLINE.Functions andduties arecontinuouslymonitoredwith referenceto time frameandachievement.
  11. 11. 5. EXPERTISE. This is asource of personal powerin effecting change.
  12. 12. 6. RESPONSIBILITY. Everyrally to support change is aresponsibility to take risksin determining quantifiableand qualitative results.
  13. 13. 1. Management ofMEANING.
  14. 14. 2. Management ofATTENTION.
  15. 15. 3. Managementof TRUST.
  16. 16. 4. Management of SELF.
  17. 17. EMPATHY. Your capacity toparticipate in another’sfeelings or ideas.
  18. 18. OBJECTIVITY. Correctingmistakes or anymisunderstanding involvesemotional stability.
  19. 19. CREDIBILITY. It makes leadersworthy of support and praise.
  20. 20. GOOD COMMUNICATIONSKILLS. The art ofcommunicating plays a greatdeal in convincing people toperform efficiently andwillfully.
  21. 21. INTERPERSONALRELATIONS.Good teamworkis an essentialfactor in theattainment of agoal.
  22. 22. 1. Theeducationalleaderclearlyneeds to beaneducator.
  23. 23. 2. He should be a keenobserver of the education andsocial scenes.
  24. 24. 3. He needs to be anorganizer.
  25. 25. 4. The leader needs to be akeen judge of people.
  26. 26. 5. The leader needs tounderstand the medium of policyformation and implementation-communication.
  27. 27. 6. The leader should possesssome understanding offinance.
  28. 28. 7. The leader needs tounderstand public relations.
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