Week 5 6 - Dark Side of Leadership Follower Roles in Change.pptx - Leading Organisational Change © Professor Stefan Krummaker | Professor of Leadership

Week 5 6 - Dark Side of Leadership Follower Roles in Change.pptx

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© Prof Stefan Krummaker | Slide 1 Leading Organisational Change © Professor Stefan Krummaker | Professor of Leadership Practice
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© Prof Stefan Krummaker | Slide 2 Our Agenda… Week 1 (23.09.2019) – Introduction to Leadership and Organisational Change Week 2 (30.09.2019) – Management & Leadership and Perspectives of Organisational Change Week 3 (07.10.2019) – Theories and Concepts of Leading Change I Week 4 (14.10.2019) – Theories and Concepts of Leading Change II Week 5 (21.10.2019) – Dark Side of Leadership in Organisational Change & Followership I Week 6 (28.10.2019) – Dark Side of Leadership in Organisational Change & Followership II Week 7 (04.11.2019) – Reading Week Week 8 (11.11.2019) – Organisational Energy & Energising Leadership Strategies Week 9 (18.11.2019) – Avoiding Over-Acceleration in Organisational Change Week 10 (25.11.2019) – Self-Leadership in Change Week 11 (02.12.2019) – Introduction of Lufthansa Case Study Week 12 (09.12.2018) – Wrap-up, Revision & Feedback
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© Prof Stefan Krummaker | Slide 3 What you have heard in Week 3 & 4 Leading with tasks and goals Leaders as ‘ideal persons’ Developing and communicating a vision Inspirational and intellectually stimulating leadership Developing employees on an individual basis Measuring ‘transactional’ and ‘transformational’ leadership
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© Prof Stefan Krummaker | Slide 4 What you will hear this Week What ‘good’ leadership in organisational change is How destructive leadership can emerge Leadership as a co-creation process Power of followers in organisational change processes Different types of followers How followers can be ethical when their bosses are not
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© Prof Stefan Krummaker | Slide 5 ‘Good Leadership’ in Organisational Change
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© Prof Stefan Krummaker | Slide 6 WORKSH OP Please discuss in groups/at your table: What does ‘good’ leadership mean for you? ?
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© Prof Stefan Krummaker | Slide 7 What is the Responsibility of Leadership? “…there is one and only one social responsibility of business – to use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase its profits so long as it stays within the rules of the game.” (Milton Friedman, 1962, p. 133)
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© Prof Stefan Krummaker | Slide 8 What is the Responsibility of Leadership? “…managers must remember that they are the custodians of society’s most powerful institutions. They must therefore hold themselves to a higher standard. Managers must strive to achieve success with responsibility.” (C.K. Prahalad, 2010, p. 36)
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© Prof Stefan Krummaker | Slide 9 What is the Responsibility of Leadership? “…the morality of a leader ripples through organizations…When a leader errs, many people suffer” (Joanne B. Ciulla, 2006, p. 17)
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© Prof Stefan Krummaker | Slide 10 A ’Moral Compass’ for Managers/Leaders? Immanuel Kant’s Categorical Imperative (1785) Act only according to that maxim whereby you can, at the same time, will that it should become a universal law
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© Prof Stefan Krummaker | Slide 11 Dark Side of Leadership in Organisational Change
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© Prof Stefan Krummaker | Slide 12 Synonyms for the Dark Side of Leadership
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