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Leadership• Definition– Classic: "Complex influence process involvingleader, followers and situation to bring aboutchange"...
Theories• Expectation of theories– Explain– Predict• Accuracy --• A long time thinking – since ……..
Great Man Theories• Birth– Divine right of Kings• Blood– I can win more battles than you can• Supernatural Event– Asteroid...
Traits• 1. Individual characteristic– A particular characteristic or quality thatdistinguishes somebody• 2. Inherited char...
Traits• Physical– Body• Height• Physique• Eye color• Mental– Smartest• IQ• Test scores
Behaviors• What do leaders do:– Direct– Support– Participate– Coach– Facilitate
Contingency• Combinations of Behaviors &Environments• Ohio State– Initiating structures + Consideration = High-highleader•...
Fred Fiedlier’s Contingency Theory• LPC– Task motivation– relationship motivation• Situational Favorableness– (1) Leader-M...
Contingency Theory• Implications ….. If– People don’t change?– If … you’re in a situation that cannot bechanged
Modern Theories• Transformational• Charismatic• Substitutions for Leadership
A model – but not a theory• Who– Risk– Power– Self Knowledge EI– Presence– Energy/Passion– Vision• How– Communication– Mot...
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  1. 1. Leadership• Definition– Classic: "Complex influence process involvingleader, followers and situation to bring aboutchange"– Workable: “Seeing tomorrow and taking otherthere”
  2. 2. Theories• Expectation of theories– Explain– Predict• Accuracy --• A long time thinking – since ……..
  3. 3. Great Man Theories• Birth– Divine right of Kings• Blood– I can win more battles than you can• Supernatural Event– Asteroid crashes on the day of birth
  4. 4. Traits• 1. Individual characteristic– A particular characteristic or quality thatdistinguishes somebody• 2. Inherited characteristic– GENETICS, a quality or characteristic that isgenetically determined• 3. Indication– A hint or trace of something
  5. 5. Traits• Physical– Body• Height• Physique• Eye color• Mental– Smartest• IQ• Test scores
  6. 6. Behaviors• What do leaders do:– Direct– Support– Participate– Coach– Facilitate
  7. 7. Contingency• Combinations of Behaviors &Environments• Ohio State– Initiating structures + Consideration = High-highleader• Michigan– Employee-oriented and Production-oriented• Hersey/Blanchard– Situational Theory• Relationship behavior• Task behavior• Maturity of followers• House– Path-Goal Theory• Leader is accepted as long as followers see the behavior intheir best interest
  8. 8. Fred Fiedlier’s Contingency Theory• LPC– Task motivation– relationship motivation• Situational Favorableness– (1) Leader-Member Relations• referring to the degree of mutual trust, respect andconfidence between the leader and the subordinates– (2) Task Structure• referring to the degree to which the task at hand is low inmultiplicity and high in verifiability, specificity, and clarity– (3) Leader Position Power• referring to the power inherent in the leaders position itself• The Grid – find and explain
  9. 9. Contingency Theory• Implications ….. If– People don’t change?– If … you’re in a situation that cannot bechanged
  10. 10. Modern Theories• Transformational• Charismatic• Substitutions for Leadership
  11. 11. A model – but not a theory• Who– Risk– Power– Self Knowledge EI– Presence– Energy/Passion– Vision• How– Communication– Motivation– Behaviors• Supportive• Directive• Participative• Reward and Punishment• Charismatic• Where– Followers– Situation

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