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MOS180.Chapter 11 Notes

MOS180.Chapter 11 Notes - Chapter 11 Notes Mentoring and...

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Chapter 11 Notes Mentoring and Leadership Trait Theories of Leadership -theories that propose traits-personality, social, physical,  or intellectual-differentiate leaders from non-leaders Preferred leadership traits : -universally liked attributes should be used by leaders working in any culture -universally disliked attributes should be avoided by leaders -attributes categorized by wide disagreement should be used cautiously, based on the  demands of specific cultures Behavioural Theories of Leadership -theories that propose that specific behaviours  differentiate leaders from non-leaders Ohio State Studies Initiating Structure -the extent to which a leader is likely to define and structure his or  her role and the roles of employees in order to attain goals Consideration -the extent to which a leader is likely to have job relationships  characterized by mutual trust, respect of employee’s ideas, and regard for their feelings Michigan Studies
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  • Winter '08
  • Dr.Nat
  • team leaders, leader Effective Followers, followers Charismatic Leaders, Transactional Leaders leaders, nonleaders Preferred leadership

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