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Leadership styles

Leadership styles



Definition of leader and leadership and four leadership styles.

Definition of leader and leadership and four leadership styles.



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      Hayat Abad Peshawar
      Group Assignment & Its Presentation
      On Topic
      Leadership Styles
      Instructor: Sir SulaimanArif
      Course : Organizational Behaviours
    • Presentators
      Shakeel Ahmad (ID:9731)
      Shah Junaid (ID:9722)
      FakharZaman (ID:3883)
      Imran (ID:9714)
      QaziFazli Rabi (ID:4110)
    • These Slides Will Able You To:
      Understand the real meaning of Leadership.
      Clear out the main ideas about the importance of leadership.
    • Who Is A Leader?Definition
      A leader is some one who guides, control and inspires the behavior of his or her subordinates in a positive way.
    • What is Leadership?Definition
      Leadership is the art of motivating a group of people to act towards achieving a common goal.
    • What is Leadership?Explanation To Definition
      Leadership is the inspiration and direction of the action.
      He or she is the person in the group that posses the combination of both personality ( personality traits) and skills.
      These both personality and skills makes other wants to follow his or her direction.
    • What Means To Leadership Style
      Leadership Style means the ways / method through which he or she influence his or subordinates / followers.
      Her the way that he is use represent a style for that leader.
    • Basic Leadership Styles
      Autocratic Leadership Style:
      Autocratic leaders take authority and go headfirst in solving problems. They like freedom to manage
      themselves and others.
      Democratic (Participative) Leadership Style:
      These leaders encourage group members to participate, but retain the final say over the decision-making process. Group members feel engaged in the process and are more motivated and creative.
      Free Rein leadership style:
      Minimal control by the leader and maximum flexibility for the team members. As such, the team leader often takes a back seat role and functions to coordinate and direct the actions of the team.
    • Situational Leadership Theory
      It is a theory of leadership that explain which style a leader choose. Actually this style choosing depend upon two situation of group member, that is their;
      No.1 Level of willingness.
      No.2 Level of ability.
    • Situational Leadership TheoryContinue…
      No.1 Level of Willingness:
      The willingness of group relates to the confidence ,commitment and motivating to accomplish a particular task.
      No.1 Level of Ability:
      It means the group knowledge ,skills and experience to accomplish a particular task.
    • Situational Leadership TheoryContinue…
      Situational Leadership Theory explain that a (appropriate) style depends on the combination f both willingness and ability in a group.
      The key for leadership style effectiveness accordance this theory is depends upon the situation with appropriate style.
    • Leadership Style No.1The directive style
      Situation : Group member are –unwilling and unable.
      Under such situation the appropriate style is directive style.
      The leader who is directive ( similar to task motivated) emphasis on formal activities , such as planning ,organizing and controlling. When the task is unclear the directive style improve mral.s
    • Leadership Style No.2The supportive style
      Situation : Group member are – willing and unable.
      Under such situation the appropriate leadership style will be supportive.
      The leader who is supportive ( similar to relationship motivated) displays concern for group members. Well being and creates an emotionally supportive climate. He or she enhances moral when group member work on dissatisfying, sterns full or frurtating tasks.
      Group member who are unaware of themselves prefer the supportive leadership style.
    • Leadership Style No.3The participative style
      Situation : Group member are –unwilling but able.
      For such situation the appropriate leader ship style is participative.
      A leader who is participative consults with group member to gather their suggestions and member to gather their suggestion seriously when making decision.
      The participative leader is best suited for improving the moral of will-motivated employees who perform non repetative tasks.
    • Leadership Style No.4Achievement-oriented style
      Situation: Group member are willing and able.
      Under such situation a leader will choose this style.
      The leader who is achievement oriented sets challenging goals, pushes for work improvement and sets high expectation for team members.
      group member are also expected to assume responsibility.
    • A Point To Be Note
      A leader some time successfully combine more than ne of the four style. The accompanying leader in action vignette illustrates a manager who generally sues a participative style with group members ,yet in quiet directive in making some business decision.
    • Choosing a useful situational Leadership style
      A we know that different situation requires different leadership style. The most useful one leadership style will be that one which has been adopted accordance to situation.
      If the situation change then adopted one leadership style should be requires to change until it becomes appropriate to the situation.
    • 18
      Question & Answer Session
      Thanks to you people for giving concentration.