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Chapter 16: Leadership
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Leadership: The US Army Infantry School “Follow me” Influencing employees to voluntarily pursue organizational goals “subordinate acceptance beyond legitimate position power” TA Carey “vision, cheerleading, enthusiasm, love, trust, verve, passion, obsession, consistency, the use of symbols…” Tom Peters Influence others to achieve a common goal What is the difference between leadership & management??
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Ralph Stogdill’s Leadership Traits: Intelligence- found to be the best predictor of leadership Dominance Self confidence Level of energy and activity Task relevant knowledge Appearance of height
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Behavioral Styles of Leadership: The Ohio State studies- consideration and initiating structure The University of Michigan studies- supportive or employee centered versus job or task centered Robert Blake and Jane Mouton’s Managerial Grid: X axis- initiating structure Y axis- consideration Should strive to a 9,9 the executive or the team approach
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Situational (Contingency) Theories: Fred Fiedler- three dimensional model: Leader-member relations Task structure Leader position power See p. 520- Figure 16-2 ***
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Contingency Factors: The contingency factors that influence leadership:
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