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Leadership styles

  1. 1. A Presentation On Charismatic Theory ,Leadership Styles And Great Leaders (Jack Welch And Walt Disney) Prepared by: Guided by: Sunaina Dhar Dipak Mer Vaishali Parmar Rohit Rathod Paresh Gohel (20) (05) (03) (07) (11) Dr. Rajesh Bhatt Submitted to: Department of Business Administration, Bhavnagar university Bhavnagar
  2. 2. Leader definition And what is leadership….???
  3. 3. Quality of great leader Effective communicator Ability to see past, present and future Motivator Consistent Take responsibility Listen to employees feedback
  4. 4. Leadership styles • Autocratic • Paternalistic • Democratic • Laissez-faire • Bureaucratic • Transactional
  5. 5. Autocratic leadership • Strict close control over follower • Leader have decision making authority • Leader does not consult to the employees for input. • It is a one way traffic.
  6. 6. When to use autocratic? • New untrained employees • Employees don’t respond to any other leadership style • High volume production needs • Limited time for decision making • When required quick decisions
  7. 7. Paternalistic leadership • Taking care as father figure • Complete concern for there follower • Worker stay in company for longer time
  8. 8. Democratic leadership • Sharing decision-making abilities with group member • People feel good by involvement • Most effective for productivity • Best use when member are skilled and eager to share their knowledge • Cover every corner of leadership like, discussion, debate, sharing of idea, encouragement of people • Better contribution from followers and increase morale of group member
  9. 9. Laissez-faire leadership • Define by Lewin in 1983 • Decision making is fully given to the workers • Describe as “HANDS OFF” leadership style • Complete freedom to make decision of their work • Leader not directly participate in decision making
  10. 10. When to use…??? • Followers are highly skilled, experienced, and educated • Followers have pride of their work • Followers are trustworthy
  11. 11. Bureaucratic leadership • Leader manages “by the book¨ • Everything must be done according to procedure or policy • If it isn’t covered by the book, the manager refers to the next level above him or her
  12. 12. When to use…??? • Performing routine tasks • Use of dangerous equipment • Safety security training being conducted • Tasks that require handling cash
  13. 13. Transactional leadership • First describe by max Weber in 1947 and latter describe by Bernard in 1981 • Motivation by system of reward and punishment • Two basis factor 1. Contingent reward and 2. Management-by-exception • Focus on increasing efficiency of established routines and procedure.
  14. 14. THANK YOU….

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