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Leadership slideshow

  1. 1. Kinesemediaologists <ul><li>Muskoka Leadership Retreat </li></ul>August 15th, 16th, 17th 2012 presents a
  2. 2. Our Leaders Leanne Phillips Tori Petersen Brianne Hurley Darren Gonzales Paul Gill Mia Giffen Clayton Wong
  3. 3. Dyadic The textbook translation of dyadic is: the individualized relationship between a leader and each follower in a work unit In turn, the dyadic theory: is an approach to leadership that attempts to explain why leaders vary their behaviour with different followers This theory argues that there is not one leadership quality that will get the same reaction from every follower in the work unit. Instead, there is separate relationships between a leader and followers that will motivate different reactions to the leader, whether it be positive or negative or everything in between
  4. 4. Dyadic Th e dyadic approach has four stages of development: The Vertical Dyadic Linkage Theory (VDL) The Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) Team Building Systems and Network
  5. 5. Vertical Dyadic Linkage Theory A leader creates a one-on-one relationship with followers Often leads to: - In groups - Out groups
  6. 6. In Groups - Strong social ties - High mutual trust - Respect - Loyalty - Influence
  7. 7. Out Groups - Few or no social ties - Strictly work related - Task-centred
  8. 8. Delegation - To assign tasks and responsibility to accomplish objectives Delegating - Giving employees new tasks
  9. 9. Pros for Manager - more time for high-priority task - increased communication with employee - lessen work load
  10. 10. Pros for Employee trains employee improves self-esteem increase communication with manager opportunity to prove capability
  11. 11. Paul and Clayton
  12. 12. Followership
  13. 13. 5 Types of Followers Alienated Follower:
  14. 14. 5 Types of Followers Conformist Follower:
  15. 15. 5 Types of Followers Passive Follower:
  16. 16. 5 Types of Followers Effective Follower:
  17. 17. 5 Types of Followers Pragmatic Follower:
  18. 18. Adventure Race This will help build on both communication and teamwork techniques as they will be having to co-ordinate rowing patterns and constantly be working together. In the water section, teams will have to work TOGETHER to paddle a kayak across the lake. Additionally, the team-mate at the back will be blindfolded.
  19. 19. Adventure Race When teams reach the other side of the lake,