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Leadership

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Leadership

  1. 1. A LEADER ISTHE PERSONWHO INFLUENCESTHEATTITUDESAND BEHAVIOUR OF PEOPLE.
  2. 2. A LEADER GUIDESAND DIRECTSTHE EFFORTS OF PEOPLETOWARDS CERTAIN OBJECTIVES.
  3. 3. LEADERSHIP MAY BE DEFINED ASTHE PROCESS OF INFLUENCINGA GROUP OF PERSONS SO THATTHEY STRIVEWILLINGLYTO ATTAINTHE DESIRED OBJECTIVES .
  4. 4. INTELLIGENCE
  5. 5. LEADERSHIP MANAGEMENT
  6. 6. 1} leadership is possible in both organized or unorganized groups {whereas} Management is possible only in formally organized groups.
  7. 7. 2} A LEADER GETS HIS POWER FROM HIS FOLLOWERS {WHEREAS} THE POWER OF A MANAGER IS DERIVED FROM HIS OFFICIAL POSITION.
  8. 8. 3} LEADERSHIP MAINLY INVOLVES DECISION MAKING {WHEREAS} MANAGEMENT INVOLVES ALLTHE ACTIVITIES RELATINGTO PLANNING ,ORGANISING,STAFFING,DIRECTING AND CONTROLLING .
  9. 9. An organization comes into existence with certain objectives.To attain the objectives, the activities of the organization must be directed. Direction of the activities is effected through leadership. In short, effective leadership directs the activities of an organization towards the attainment of the specified organizational goals.
  10. 10. Leadership is the motivating power to group efforts. Effective leadership motivates the subordinates for higher productivity. Source of motivation
  11. 11. Leadership creates confidence in the subordinates by giving proper guidance and advice. Confidence :
  12. 12.  Good leadership increases the morale of the employees which, in turn, contributes to higher productivity. High morale:
  13. 13. Effective leadership promotes team spirit and team work which is quite essential for the success of any organization. Development ofTeam Spirit :
  14. 14.  A progressive, forward and democratic minded leader, always encourages initiative on the part of the followers. Encouraging initiative :
  15. 15. A leader overcomes resistance, if any on the part of followers to organisational changes; though explaining to them the utility of such changes to both – the enterprise and the employees. Overcoming Resistance to Change :
  16. 16.  There are two main approaches to leadership 1)TraitApproach 2)Situation Approach
  17. 17.  People were under the assumption that some are natural leaders ,born as leaders and it can’t be learned easily.  It gives more credence to the qualities a person is born with rather than what they develop.  Gibb remarked that the leader traits are relative to a specific social situation and are not exhibited in isolation.  The approach assumes that if you could identify people with the correct traits, you will be able to identify leaders.
  18. 18.  The situation approach to leadership provides a corrective to the trait approach .  This approach was developed based on the theory given by Paul Hersey in 1977.  It focus on what style of leadership was most effective in a particular situation.  This approach emphasizes that leadership is specific to a specific situation. It is a way of behaving exhibited by individuals in differing degrees in different situations.
  19. 19. SUPPORTING COACHING DELEGATING DIRECTING (LOW)RELATIONSHIP(HIGH) (LOW) TASK BEHAVIOUR (HIGH)

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