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THE GRUP MEMBERS ARE: THE Najaf Maqbool 9202 Hafiz Huzafa 9214 Rana Atif 9238 Introduction of “The Miracle” Miracle” Starring Kurt Russell, Eddie Starring Cahill, Patricia Clarkson, Noah Emmerich based on the 1980 U.S. Olympic Ice Hockey Team and Their Victory Over the Soviet Union at the Winter Games in Lake Placid, New York. This style based on creativity, This conditioning, speed and most of all the think chemistr all Herb Brooks was hard working, Herb initiative and devoted. He was a strict coach. Brooks had participated in two Olympics, and was fired from the 1960s team, which won America’s first Olympic gold medal in hockey. The ice hockey math of 1980s was The very important for the American’s sports history. Soviet Union team was most popular and favorite team at that time. Herb Brooks with his charismatic, vivacious and dynamic personality grew up American team to win gold medal. So the film “The miracle” was based on that miracle which happened in the ice hockey match and was declared “Miracle on Ice” in 1999 Behavioral theories of leadership leadership Autocratic Style Autocratic leadership style describes Autocratic a leader who typically tended to involve centralizing authority, dictating work methods, no employee participation in decision making. making. Herb Brooks as an autocratic leader Herb adopted hybrid style in the meetings of Amateur Hokey Association (AHA) form his team to achieve the goal We are the makers of dreams, the We dreamers of dreams. We should be dreaming. We grew up as kids having dreams, but now we're too sophisticated as adults, as a nation. We stopped dreaming. We should always have dreams. I'm a dreamer. The team I have selected will fulfill our dream."- Herb Brooks Brooks CONTINGENCY THEORIES OF LEADERSHIP OF Fiedler Model Theory Players Players were ambitious to achieve the goal but they have lack of confidence. Herb Brooks gave them direction to reach fervently on their destination. His leadership controlled and influenced the young players influenced Path -Goal Theory Herb Brooks as confident professional Herb organized his team to except the goal of defeating USSR. He had urged his team to follow his Hybrid Style so that the results would be different from last year. Also he introduced the importance of attaining goal with his unbeatable skills. As a directive leader Herb Brooks gave advice to the players about the game of Ice Hockey. MOTIVATIONAL THEORIES MOTIVATIONAL Goal Setting Theory It was a difficult task for USA team to It achieve the gold medal. Herb Brooks motivated the team in a way that they have skills, ability to beat any other team. Feel like a confident champion and become an iron wall against other team. Only work hard and keep an eye on the goal. Lethargic persons will never be my companion. Due to his motivation team became energetic and won USA championship. championship. Group Cohesiveness Under Under the supervision of Herb Brooks players created mutual understanding not only during play but also in leisure time. They became cooperative and kept their eyes on single goal and considered the marvelous hokey team of USA. team Group behavior: Relationship conflict: Other than group cohesive there Other were conflicts among the team Herb Brooks with his wisdom Herb resolve the conflicts. resolve The Miracle on Ice was a The monumental victory on both an athletic and political level. The nation was looking for a distraction from world events, distraction A TEST OF THE PATH-GOAL THEORY OF LEADERSHIP AND SOME SUGGESTED DIRECTIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH RESEARCH Several Several hypotheses on the moderating effect of task structure from Path-Goal leadership theory were tested in a large public utility. large Exploring goal-setting as a tool for leadership development for Goal-setting theory is based on the Goal-setting premise that conscious goals affect action and is supported by four decades of research and more than 1,000 scholarly publications. Although the theory has been widely applied in management settings, it is an underused framework in the broader field of leadership development. This study considers the effects of goal-setting as applied in a leadership program conducted for local board members in a nonprofit membership organization, ...
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2009 for the course MRKT 303 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at S.E. Louisiana.
- Spring '08