Charismatic and Transformational Leadership

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Charismatic and Transformational Leadership “I have a Dream” Speech http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWTKZLKWYHE
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2 Charismatic & Transformational Leadership Charismatic Leaders Usually emerge during crises or situations requiring group members to come together to achieve results. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v= http://www.youtube.com/watc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=
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3 Charismatic & Transformational Leadership Transformational leadership is first coined by Downton (1973). House (1976) publishes first theory of charismatic leadership. Burns (1978) first distinguishes between transactional and transformational leadership. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbcgB6td-14
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4 Charismatic Leadership Robert House (1976) According to R.J. House’s theory of charismatic leadership, charismatic leaders arouse the following to an extraordinary degree in group members: Devotion Identification Emulation
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5 Followers of Charismatic Leaders Some common characteristics of followers of charismatic leaders: Readily identify with the charismatic leader Experience heightened emotional levels Willingly submit to the leader’s will Feel empowered to break societal norm’s or rules
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6 House’s Model of Charismatic Leadership (1976) Personality Characteristics Behaviors Effects on Followers Dominant Desire to influence Confident Strong values Sets strong role model Shows competence Articulates goals Communicates high expectations Expresses confidence Arouses motives Trust in leader’s ideology Belief similarity between Unquestioning acceptance Affection toward leader Obedience Identification with leader Emotional involvement Heightened goals Increased confidence May feel empowered to break societal norm’s or rules
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7 Charismatic Leadership R.J. House in Dubrin (2007) The charismatic leader has nine effects on group members: Trust in correctness of leader’s beliefs Similarity of member beliefs to the leader’s Unquestioning acceptance of the leader Affection for the leader Willing obedience of the leader Identification w/ & emulation of leader Emotional involvement in the mission Heightened goals of the members Feeling of contribution to mission accomplishment
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Charismatic Leadership Halpert’s Dimensions of Charisma: Referent Power Expert Power Job Involvement Similarity of member beliefs to the leader’s Affection for the leader Identification w/ & emulation of leader Trust in correctness of leader’s beliefs Unquestioning acceptance of the leader Willing obedience of the leader Emotional
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