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Unformatted text preview: 6/7/2009 1 Chapter 4: Attending to Chapter 4: Attending to Tasks & Relationships Tasks & Relationships Introduction to Leadership Concepts and Practice by Peter G. Northouse 1 Dr. Edward Palazzolo Discussion Questions Discussion Questions What are some of the tasks you must attend to as a leader? Does that impact your ability to handle relationships? Do you spend more time on tasks or dealing with relational issues when you lead? Why? 2009 SAGE 2 Dr. Edward Palazzolo 2009 SAGE Personal Style Personal Style We all have unique habits regarding our balance of work and play We have similarly unique balances of task- and relationship-oriented behaviors All of us exhibit a blend of both task & relationship behaviors in leadership, but most prefer one style over the other 3 Dr. Edward Palazzolo 6/7/2009 2 Task Task-Oriented Style Oriented Style Task-oriented people are goal oriented They want to achieve Their work is where they find meaning Reaching a goal is a positive expression of who they are...
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This note was uploaded on 12/16/2009 for the course COM 430 taught by Professor Palazzolo during the Summer '09 term at ASU.
- Summer '09