Leadership (Contemporary views of leadership (Team Leadership (Coach,…
Early leadership theories
University of lowa
The ohio state
University of michigan
Concern for people
Concern for production
Honesty and integrity
Desire to lead
Proneness to guilt
Who are leaders and what is leadership?
Leadership:A process of leading a group and inflluencing that group to achieve its goals.
Leader:Someone who can influence others and who has managerial authority.
Contemporary views of leadership
Liaison with external constituencies
Leadership issues in the twenty-first century
The need for quick decisions by those people who are most knowledgeable about the issue.
Organizational downsizings left many managers with larger spans of control.
Leading Across Cultures
Proactive vision to guide the company into future.
Strong motivational skills to stimulate all employees to fulfill the vision.
Effective business leaders in any country are expected by their subordinates to provide a powerful.
Excellent planning skills to assist in implementing the vision.
Becoming an Effective Leader
Substitutes for leadership
Contingency theories of leadership
Hersy and Blanchard's Situational Leadership Theory
Four specific leadership style
Selling(high task-high relationship)
Participating(low task-high relationship)
Telling(high task-low relationship)
Delegating(low task-low relationship)
Four stages of follower readiness
R2:unable but willing
R3:able but unwilling
R1:unable and unwilling
R4:able and willing
The Fiedler Model
Least-preferred coworker (LPC) questionnaire