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Chapter 7/10 Study Guide Name: __Thomas Parrott______________________________ Chapter 7/10 Study Guide (skim pp. 225-234) Key Terms: Differences between leadership and management – Leadership is the process for guiding organizations and all within organizations in setting goals and keeping the motivation going to support those goals. Management is the responsibility of one person to direct and evaluate the work of others. Transformational leadership – Theories that look at how leaders motivate their followers by personal example, through appeals to higher-level needs, and by setting a vision to follow. Principled leadership – Leadership that contains a message that’s consistent, aims to reach potential, suppresses egos, and creates leaders. Strategic organizational communication – Transactional processes in which organizational messages are deliberately generated; are based on environmental data, analysis, and strategy selection; and are guided by organizational objectives Strategic management – Organization and putting into action an organizational plan of action SWOT analysis – Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats identified for strategic planning. Guiding Questions: Give an example of each of the sources of power that leaders have. Which type of power would you most like to have access to? Why?
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