Influence and Power.docx - Influence and Power Managers are people who gets things done with the support of others(subordinates colleagues superiors and

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Influence and Power Managers are people who gets things done with the support of others (subordinates, colleagues, superiors and other people external to the organization). And they have identifiable personal attributes that make them leaders. There are two types of leaders: Transactional leaders – the ones that motivate subordinates to perform at expected levels o Ensure the organizational development. o Influence subordinates’ behavior through negotiations. The leader enables followers to reach their goals, while at the same time contributing to the goals of the organization. o If subordinates behave in the way desired by the leader, they receive rewards. Transformational (or charismatic) leaders – the ones that inspire followers to perform beyond expected levels o Change the status quo giving a meaning to work, which encourages subordinates to change their goals, needs and aspirations. o Inspire followers by appealing to higher ideals and moral values. o Energies people by, for example, articulating an attractive vision for the organization, reinforcing the values in that vision, and empowering subordinates to come up with new and creative ideas. They also articulate. (Energiza as pessoas, por exemplo, articulando uma visão atraente para a organização, reforçando os valores nessa visão e capacitando os subordinados a criar ideias novas e criativas. Eles também articulam) Behavior Models Kurt Lewin created a model in which he identifies three different types of leaders: Autocratic - tend to make unilateral decisions, dictate work methods, limit worker knowledge about goals to the next step to be performed and, sometimes, give punitive feedback; Democratic - tend to involve the group in decision making, let the group determine work methods, make overall goals known, and use feedback as an opportunity for helpful coaching; Laissez-faire
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