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Leaders Or Managers Op 08
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Leaders Or Managers Op 08
Leaders Or Managers Op 08
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Leaders Or Managers Op 08
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  • 1. Leaders or Managers What is the difference? Hillary Jenkins, Otago Polytechnic
  • 2.
    • The biggest difference is the way leaders or managers motivate others
  • 3. Leader
    • has followers
    • has vision
    • sets direction
    • takes new roads
    • is responsible for change
    • is passionate
    • sells ideas
    • builds structure
  • 4. Manager
    • has subordinates
    • objectives to follow
    • follows existing roads
    • plans the details
    • is responsible for stability
    • keeps control
    • tells ideas
    • maintains the structure
  • 5. Is it possible to be both a leader and a manager?
      • The short answer is yes
      • While they are quite different roles, a person can be both
  • 6. Lets take a closer look at Leadership…
    • Leadership can be learned
  • 7. Traits of a leader
    • Need for achievement –likes responsibility and works hard to succeed
    • Intelligence – have good reasoning, thinking capacity and judgement
    • Decisiveness – makes difficult decisions without hesitation
    • Self Confidence – having a positive self image
    • Initiative – getting jobs done with minimal supervision
    • Supervisory ability – gets the job done through others
  • 8. Traits of a leader
      • Need for achievement
      • Intelligence
      • Decisiveness
      • Self Confidence
      • Supervisory ability
      • Rate yourselves from 1-10 on the above traits, (10 being excellent 1 being pretty bad) then add all the numbers together to get an over all score
  • 9. Now check your score as an effective leader:
    • 54-60 Outstanding
    • 42-53 Very Good
    • 30-41 Good
    • 6-29 Needs a bit of work
  • 10. Four Styles of Leadership
    • Autocratic
    • Democratic
    • Laissez Faire
    • Charismatic
  • 11. Autocratic
    • dominates team members
    • makes decisions on their own
    • quick to praise or punish
  • 12. Democratic
    • consults team members for decision making
    • values team members
    • Empowers people to direct themselves
  • 13. Laissez faire
    • minimum leadership
    • appropriate when the team are all highly skilled & have proven performance
    • allows visionary workers to excel
  • 14. Charismatic
    • Good listeners & information gatherers
    • create a sense of purpose that is motivating and inspiring
    • makes everyone feel important
  • 15. Choosing the right style
    • Styles are influenced by a leaders experience
    • One size does not fit all
    • Style depends on qualities of leader, characteristics of audience, and nature of situation
  • 16. Laissez Faire – Democratic – Autocratic
    • Decisions of minor consequence OR Major consequence
    • Few environmental dangers OR many environmental dangers
    • Competent individuals OR Incompetent individuals
    • Proficient Leadership within OR Deficient leadership within group
    • Unified group OR Divided group
  • 17. In summary an effective leader is:
    • A director and a motivator
    • An implementer and an innovator
    • A mentor and a team builder
    • An expert and a moral force
    • An organizer and a developer of people
    • These are the great challenges of an expert leader…

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