Psy12308 - Leadership December 3, 2008 PSY 24 Keys &...

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Leadership December 3, 2008 PSY 24 Effective Traits Theory Behavioral Theories: Ohio state & U of Michigan a. Initiating Structure/ Consideration b. Employee orientation/ production orientation Leader Member Exchange Theory (LMX): a. In-group b. Out-group – do not tend to be rewarded or recognized they are. If your in the out- group its harder to get into the in-group. People in the out-group may have performed in higher levels. Managerial Grid Theory by Blake a. People Emphasis 9.9,(production +people) 1.9(production low, People high) b. Production Emphasis: 9.1 (production high, people low) {1.9, 9.9, 5.5, 1.1, 9.1} Path-Goal Theory by House “Clear the way” For Goal Attainment Leader Behavior Choices Directive, Supportive, Participative & Achievement Oriented Legitimate, Coercive, Referent, Expert Power opportunity. Transformational Leadership – inspires, intellectual, stimulation, new approaches, new ways, J. Welch Provides a vision get employees to buy into vision (inspirational) Charasmatic Leadership – vision, charming, caring, challenging/ appealing. Draw you to them, J. Kennedy, M. Luther King, Laccoa, Je. Welch, Create loyalty and inspiration, identify with the group. They draw them to you, you want to reach out and touch them. (challenging and appealing they get you to buy in) Transactional Leadership – Clarifying Roles and Task Requirements, How to “efficiently” get job done. Leader may provide rewards and recognition for task completion (dominant leadership style) Implicit Leadership Theory – A perceived idea that exists in the minds of the “follower”. Followers have in mind what they think Leaders should be like & evaluate leaders based on their idea “Effectiveness” in leadership is determined by the confirmation of our “Expectations”. Followers “attribute” success in performance to certain Leader behavior dimensions. Sort of a “romantic idea of leadership” Fiedler Contingency Theory of Leadership – Leadership styles are “contingent” on a number of things
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a. The MATCH between Leader Style and the degree to which the situation gives
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Psy12308 - Leadership December 3, 2008 PSY 24 Keys &...

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