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Leadership style snew2

  1. 1. LEADERSHIP STYLES AND ROLES C SUNDARAMURTHY SDE RGM CTTC CHENNAI27
  2. 2. Leadership & management are distinct, yet complementary systems of action Effective leadership Effective management produces useful change controls complexity
  3. 3. Healthy OrganizationEffective leadership +good management = Healthyorganizations
  4. 4. Leadership & FollowershipAuthority LeadershipFormal leadershipInformal leadershipFollowership
  5. 5. Leaders as Distinct PersonalitiesLeader - an advocate for change .& new approaches to problems
  6. 6. Leaders & Managers Personality Manager Leader DimensionAttitude Impersonal, passive, Personal, activetoward goals functionalW ork Enabling process- Looks for freshconceptions combines people, approaches to old ideas & things problemsRelationships Prefers to work with Comfortable in others but avoids solitary work, closeness & conflict encourages closeness, not conflict adverseSense of self Born once, Twice born, struggles straightforward life for sense of life order, adjustment questions life
  7. 7. ManagerManager - an advocate forstability & the status quo
  8. 8. Charismatic Leadership Charismatic leadership - the use, by aleader, of personal abilities & talents inorder to have profound & extraordinary effects on followers Charisma - gift in Greek
  9. 9. Five Bases of influence(French &Raven)LegitimacyExpert --Referent –RewardCoercive
  10. 10. Type II Universal Behavior Theories of Leadership
  11. 11. Early Type II theoriesClassified leaders by style:Autocratic, democratic, or laissez-faire
  12. 12. Current Type II theories examine common behavior dimensions of all leadershelp organizations train & develop leaders rather than select them
  13. 13. Seven stylesFour Basic types
  14. 14. Type III Contingency Theories of Leadership stylesContingency theories - concerned with identifying the situationally specific conditions in which leaders with particular traits are effective
  15. 15. Central concernHow the leader’s traits interact withsituational factorsin determining teameffectiveness in task performance leader situation
  16. 16. Managerial Grid
  17. 17. Vroom Yetton ModelApproaches to making a group decision Model
  18. 18. BLAKE AND MOUTON MODEL
  19. 19. Transactional & Transformational LeadershipAs atransactional leader,I use formal rewards & punishments As a transformational leader, I inspire and excite followers to high levels of performance.
  20. 20. Trasformational LeadersStimulate interest among followers to view work from new perspectivesgenerate awareness of the mission
  21. 21. Best Ten Qualities of Leadership
  22. 22. One-liners on Leadership
  23. 23. LEADERSHIP ROLES
  24. 24. RolesDelegatorFacilitatorManagerClarifier
  25. 25. Problem SolverMediatorTime keeperNurturer
  26. 26. CoachNetworkerDreamerInitiator
  27. 27. THANK YOU

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