Week 3 - Leadership & Motivation in Organisations

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Debbie Stevens-Gill Leadership Is. ... - The ability to influence others towards achieving a vision or set of goals (Robins & Judge, 2008) - Organisation of work activities - Motivation of people to achieve objectives - Maintenance of co-operative relationships. Leaders are. ... - Appointed, elected of formally chosen (Fielder, 1995). - The formally appointed leader is not always the real leader. - Need to focus on the dynamics of the relationships between leaders and followers. - Impression of leader depends on proximity and contact (Waldman and Yammarino, 1999). Motivation Intrinsic & Extrinsic Motivation: - Intrinsically motivated work behaviour = Behaviour that is performed for its own sake - Satisfaction on a job well done. - Extrinsically motivated behaviour = Behaviour performed for a reward or punishment. Trait Theories - Leader Characteristics Stogdill, 1974; House & Baetz, 1979: - Leaders tend to be higher than non leaders on intelligence, dominance/need for
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