MT140_Unit 6_Seminar Master - Welcome to MT140 Introduction...

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Welcome to MT140 Introduction to Management Professor Charles Fail Unit 6 Seminar – Control This seminar is being recorded
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Instructor’s Information Charles Fail Email: [email protected] AIM Address: charlesfail Telephones: Home: (770) 926-3960 Cell: (770) 366-5480 Office Hours: Thursday and Sunday evenings: 8-9 pm Eastern Time. You don’t need to wait until office hours to contact me! I check my email several times a day and I welcome your telephone calls!
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Agenda Review of Unit 5: Leading Introduction Recap Unit Assignment Clarification Special Notes on Unit 6 Quiz Conclusion of Seminar
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Unit 5 Leadership: Review Leaders Provide: Vision: A mental image of a possible and desirable future state of the organization. • Leadership: - Supervisory Leadership: Behavior that provides day-to-day guidance, support, and corrective feedback. -Strategic Leadership: Gives purpose and meaning to organizations by anticipating and envisioning a viable future for the organization and working with others to initiate changes that create such a future.
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Unit 5 Leadership: Review (Continued) Power is Central to Leadership: 5 Types of Power - 1) Legitimate Power: right and authority - 2) Reward Power: controls rewards - 3) Coercive Power: punishment control - 4) Referent Power: motivational - 5) Expert Power: One in which the leader has certain expertise or knowledge that influences others to follow in order to gain this knowledge or expertise.
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Unit 5 Leadership: Review (Continued) Charismatic vs. Transformational Leaders Charismatic Leaders: Leaders who are dominant, self-confident, convinced of the righteousness of his or her beliefs, and able to arouse a sense of excitement and adventure in followers. Transformational Leaders: Leaders who motivate people to transcend their personal interests for the good of the group. Transactional Leaders: Leaders who manage through their transactions, using their legitimate reward, and coercive powers to give commands and exchange rewards for services rendered.
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Introduction Control is one of the four primary functions of management.
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2010 for the course MANAGEMENT MT140-10 taught by Professor Fail during the Spring '10 term at Kaplan University.

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MT140_Unit 6_Seminar Master - Welcome to MT140 Introduction...

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