Leadership Integrity and Change_Morrison_Date_021810

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Leadership Theory Role Models 1. high standards (excellence) 2. caring (about others and self) 3. pride (unique) *Leaders are different from the average person honesty competent forward looking inspiring 2 Frameworks for Leaders Transactional o lazy o want security o not responsible o narrow minded o don’t trust o autocratic (used in military) o pace setter (do as I do) o democratic (vote) o used if people have weak skills
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Unformatted text preview: o pyramid • Transformational o self motivated o accountable o goal oriented o responsible o love work o visionary (futurist) o coach (servant) o participatory (team) o used if people have strong skills o matrix Basic Leadership Skills: 1. use a name 2. be spontaneous 3. volunteer first 4. be here 5. build consensus 6. be innovative 7. smile 8. hire the right people...
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2010 for the course LEAD 100 taught by Professor Middlebrooks during the Spring '08 term at University of Delaware.

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