Chapter 11 Understanding Management 6e ANC Fall 2009 handout

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1 Professor Anthony N. Corrao Marymount Manhattan Col ege 11-1 BUS 200 Fal 2009 Chapter 11 Chapter 11 Leadership 11-2 Professor Anthony N. Corrao Marymount Manhattan Col ege BUS 200 Fal 2009 Learning Objectives • Define leadership and explain its importance for organizations. • Describe how leadership is changing in today’s organizations. • Identify personal characteristics associated with effective leaders. • Define task-oriented behavior and people-oriented behavior and explain how these categories are used to evaluate and adapt leadership style. • Describe Hersey and Blanchard’s situational theory and its application to subordinate participation. • Explain the path-goal model of leadership. 11-3 Professor Anthony N. Corrao Marymount Manhattan Col ege BUS 200 Fal 2009 Learning Objectives (contd.) • Discuss how leadership fits the organizational situation and how organizational characteristics can substitute for leadership behaviors. • Describe transformational leadership and when it should be used. • Identify the five sources of leader power and the tactics leaders use to influence others. • Explain servant leadership and moral leadership and their importance in contemporary organizations.
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2 11-4 Professor Anthony N. Corrao Marymount Manhattan Col ege BUS 200 Fal 2009 Leadership • Leadership – the ability to influence people towards the attainment of certain goal(s) • Different leaders have different styles, depending on their own personality traits and their organization’s needs • Managers also have to be leaders, although the qualities of what makes a good manager and a good leader are different • Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things. --- Peter Drucker 11-5 Professor Anthony N. Corrao Marymount Manhattan Col ege BUS 200 Fal 2009 Leader vs. Manager Qualities Leader Qualities: • Vision, Passion, Creativity, Flexibility, Inspiring, Innovative, Courage, Imaginative, Experimental, Ability to initiate change, Personal Power Manager Qualities: • Rational, Consultative, Presistent, Problem-Solver, Tough-Minded, Analytical, Structured, Deliberate, Authoritative, Stabilizing, Position Power 11-6 Professor Anthony N. Corrao Marymount Manhattan Col ege BUS 200 Fal 2009 Personal Characteristics of Leaders Ex. 11.3 Physical characteristics Energy Physical stamina Social background Education Mobility Intelligence and ability Judgment, cognitive ability Knowledge Judgment, decisiveness Personality Self-confidence Honesty and integrity Enthusiasm Desire to lead Independence Work-related characteristics Achievement drive, desire to excel Conscientiousness in pursuit of goals Persistence against obstacles, tenacity Social characteristics Sociability, interpersonal skills Cooperativeness Ability to enlist cooperation Tact, diplomatic
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3 11-7 Professor Anthony N. Corrao Marymount Manhattan Col ege BUS 200 Fal 2009 Leadership Attributes • Attributes establish what make a leader • Three defining leadership attributes:
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