09-OB Chapter 6

09-OB Chapter 6 - Management and Leadership Week 11...

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Management and Leadership Week 11 – 21/11/2008
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Lecture Plan Management functions Leadership Vs Management Leadership theory a. Trait theory b. Behavior theory c. Contingency theory (situation theory)
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Fayol early 1900’s: functions of a manager POC3 = planning, organizing, commanding, coordinating, controlling (pp.147) Planning: prepare a series of actions Organize: to fulfil the administrative principles Coordinate: to ensure that resources, actions and outputs are coordinated to achieve desired outcomes Command: to give direction to emplyees Control: ensure that activites are in accordance with the plan, that orders are followed and principles applied.
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What Is Leadership? Leadership The ability to influence a group toward the achievement of goals Management all actions focused on accomplishing the tasks in an organization.
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Functions of Management Vs Leadership
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Effective Leadership and Management Styles Personal Check-In: Individual Leadership Reflection Think about a leadership experience that really pleased you, a time when you worked with others and did a good job of helping something positive or effective occur. It can be a work experience or a personal experience. 1. Briefly summarize the situation. 2. What action did you take to make it happen?
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The Different Views of Leadership Trait definition of leadership Process definition of leadership Leader Leader Followers Followers Leadership Leadership •  Height • Intelligence • Extroversion • Fluency • Other traits Interaction
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Trait Theories of leadership Theories that consider personality, social, physical, or intellectual traits to differentiate leaders from nonleaders
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