Situational Leadership: Matching Leadership Style With Follow Readiness

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A Situational Leadership Workshop. Based on the Hersey - Blanchard Model and the Blake and Mouton’s Leadership Grid this workshop introduces the concepts of how leadership style can be matched to situational factors - in this case follower readiness.

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Situational Leadership: Matching Leadership Style With Follow Readiness

  1. 1. The Perfect Match Situational Leadership Presented by Eric Pace
  2. 2. Objective of this session 1. To introduce the situational leadership model 2. To help you become a better leader
  3. 3. What is leadership?
  4. 4. What is leadership? Leadership is the process of influencing others to achieve a common goal
  5. 5. What is leadership? What are the attributes and skills of a good leader?
  6. 6. What Leadership isn’t. Management is not leadership!
  7. 7. Leadership is the process of influencing others to achieve a common goal What is leadership?
  8. 8. Task FocusLow RelationshipFocus High High What style are you?
  9. 9. Task FocusLow RelationshipFocus High High High Task Low Relationship High Task High Relationship Low Task High Relationship Low Task Low Relationship
  10. 10. Task FocusLow RelationshipFocus High High Country Club Manager Team Manager Authority Obedience Manager Impoverished Manager Middle of the Road Manager Blake and Mouton’s Leadership Grid
  11. 11. Task FocusLow RelationshipFocus High High Participating Selling TellingDelegating Hersey - Blanchard Model Giving Instructions Explaining decisions Turning over decisions Share ideas
  12. 12. What is follower?
  13. 13. What is leadership? Following is the process of being influenced to help achieve a common goal
  14. 14. What is Follower? What are the attributes and skills of a good follower?
  15. 15. WillingnessLow Ability High High High Willingness Low Ability High Willingness High Ability Low Willingness High Ability Low Willingness Low Ability
  16. 16. WillingnessLow Ability High High Reluctant Contributor Peak Performer Enthusiastic Beginner Disillusioned Learner Levels of follower development
  17. 17. Performer Participant Learner Beginner
  18. 18. Task FocusLow RelationshipFocus High High Participating Selling TellingDelegating Hersey - Blanchard Model Performer Participant Learner Beginner
  19. 19. Task FocusLow RelationshipFocus High High Selling Hersey - Blanchard Model Telling Participating Delegating Performer Participant Learner Beginner
  20. 20. Questions?

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