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Prepared By;
NO Name
1 NASARUDDIN BIN ZAINALAIDIN
2 NORIADA BTE BASRI
3 EDWARD MINGGAT AK GENA
Prepared for : Pn. Hajah Or...
The purpose of the presentation is to
discuss the differences between traits
theories and behavioral theories of
leadership
1) INTRODUCTION
2) LEADERSHIP
APPROACHES
3) TRAIT THEORIES
4) BEHAVIORAL THEORIES
5) THE DIFFERENT
6) CONCLUSIONS
WHAT IS LEADERSHIP
 Leadership is process by which a person
influences others to accomplish an
objective

It’s directs t...
WHY DO WE NEED LEADERS
 Group need to stay orderly and focused
 To accomplish tasks
 To make sense of the world
 Roman...
LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS
Characteristics of leaders
Characteristics of followers
Characteristics of the situation
 Approaches to understand leadership.
 5 approaches to leadership:-
1. Trait Approaches
2. Behavioral Theories of Leader...
 Theories that consider personality, social, physical or
intellectual to differentiate leaders from non leaders.
 A “vir...
 Theories proposing that specific behaviors
differentiate leaders from non-leaders.
 Behavior theories reject any talk a...
Trait Theories Behavioral Theories
Defines a leader’s
effectiveness based on
individual characteristics;
Defines a leader'...
 Both trait and behavioral theories contained significant
limitations.
 Both trait and behavioral theories are the basis...
The differences between traits theories and behavioral theories of leadership
The differences between traits theories and behavioral theories of leadership
The differences between traits theories and behavioral theories of leadership
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The differences between traits theories and behavioral theories of leadership

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It is a group presentation for the subject "Leadership and Change Management" by Bachelor of Human Resource Management students at Asia eUniversity

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The differences between traits theories and behavioral theories of leadership

  1. 1. Prepared By; NO Name 1 NASARUDDIN BIN ZAINALAIDIN 2 NORIADA BTE BASRI 3 EDWARD MINGGAT AK GENA Prepared for : Pn. Hajah Oriah Haji Akir Module : Leadership and Change Management
  2. 2. The purpose of the presentation is to discuss the differences between traits theories and behavioral theories of leadership
  3. 3. 1) INTRODUCTION 2) LEADERSHIP APPROACHES 3) TRAIT THEORIES 4) BEHAVIORAL THEORIES 5) THE DIFFERENT 6) CONCLUSIONS
  4. 4. WHAT IS LEADERSHIP  Leadership is process by which a person influences others to accomplish an objective  It’s directs the organization in a way that makes it more cohesive and coherent
  5. 5. WHY DO WE NEED LEADERS  Group need to stay orderly and focused  To accomplish tasks  To make sense of the world  Romantic ideal
  6. 6. LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS Characteristics of leaders Characteristics of followers Characteristics of the situation
  7. 7.  Approaches to understand leadership.  5 approaches to leadership:- 1. Trait Approaches 2. Behavioral Theories of Leadership 3. Power-Influence Approaches 4. Situational Approaches 5. Integrative Approaches
  8. 8.  Theories that consider personality, social, physical or intellectual to differentiate leaders from non leaders.  A “virtue theory” of leadership.  Trait theory stresses that there is a certain set of basic personality markers that set leaders apart from followers.
  9. 9.  Theories proposing that specific behaviors differentiate leaders from non-leaders.  Behavior theories reject any talk about “inborn potential” or “virtue” approaches to leadership.  The behavior theories, there are no “born leaders.” Leaders can be trained, and traits that a leader must have can be taught and developed.
  10. 10. Trait Theories Behavioral Theories Defines a leader’s effectiveness based on individual characteristics; Defines a leader's effectiveness based on task and relationship orientation; Assumes that leaders are born. Assumes that leaders can be trained. Theories goal – select leaders. Theories goal – develop leaders. A leader must have certain inherent, innate qualities. More “democratic” kind of qualities. Focus on the mental qualities. Focus on the actions of leaders.
  11. 11.  Both trait and behavioral theories contained significant limitations.  Both trait and behavioral theories are the basis for the leaders “made/born” debate.  Both approaches to leadership can teach current and future managers valuable lessons about leading.  Difference people / organization have difference approaches to understand leadership.

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