Leadership vs. Leader Shared Leadership Power Leader Emergence Method of Residues Perspectives on Leadership Trait Style Situational ▪ Telling Approach * Selling Approach * Participating Approach * Delegating Approach Functional Contingency As a Medium Transformational + Self-Centered Role Activity Characteristics of Effective Leaders Leading Discussions Building Leadership Skills
Again we find the extreme importance of differentiating between the verb and the noun.
To the White Board! French and Raven’s Bases of Social Power Reward Power Coercive Power Legitimate power Referent Power [BIRGing and CORFing] Expert power Information Power
Method of Residues Phase 1Meeting 1 CandidatesMeeting 2 Candidates Phase 2Enter Conflict ScenarioI, II, III, or IV
Political positioning, network status, power, andperceived characteristics all determine yourlikelihood to be thought of as a potential leader.As we just discussed, presentations of self thatare omitted are just as important as what isdemonstrated.
Trait Style Situational Functional Contingency As a medium Transformational
Leaders have more:Achievement OrientationAdaptabilityEnergy LevelResponsibility TakingSelf-ConfidenceAscendencyIQGreater Verbal facility(They are more)KnowledgeFlexibleSociablePersistentInnovative
Autocratic vs. DemocraticVery situationalTask Bonus Social Bonus
1. Understand the problem2. Understand what constitutes an acceptable resolution to the problem3. Seek and develop a set of acceptable alternatives for managing the problem4. Assess the strengths of each5. Assess the weaknesses of each
Idealized leadershipInspirational motivationIntellectual stimulationIndividualized Consideration The Leader is Hungry for the 4 I’s
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They Are Informed Provide Direction Communicate Effectively Adapt Are Considerate Facilitate Participation Manage Complexity
Limit topic # Guide a series of open-ended questions Herd the topic Regulate participation Reward cooperation and participation
Prepare Structure and Guide Encourage creativity Manage Conflict Promote CohesivenessNothing new, no secrets.Just practice the wisdom your parents and grandparents passedon and you will be ready to lead a group to greatness.