MT140_Unit 5_Seminar Master1

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Welcome to MT140 Introduction to Management Professor Charles A. Fail Unit 5 Seminar – Leading This seminar is being recorded
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Unit 4 Review We Identified the characteristics of vertical and horizontal organizational structures. We identified the levels of authority in an organization. We also discussed the topic of delegation.
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Unit 4 Review (Continued) • Organizing is one of the primary functions of management. Organizational structures have vertical and horizontal dimensions, each having unique characteristics. • The organization chart depicts the positions in the organization and the way they are arranged. • Delegation is a fundamental feature of management at every level of management.
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Unit 4 Review (Continued) • The structure of a business is important because: • It affects delegation • It affects communication channels • It affects how quickly a business can react to changes in the external environment in responding to opportunities and threats.
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Agenda General Questions and Announcements Introduction Leadership Traits /Q & A Conclusion of Seminar
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Unit 5 Objectives During this unit we will: 1. Designate conclusions to management issues 2. Discuss the difference between managing and leading 3. Identify aspects of employee motivation
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Key Concepts Leading is one of the four primary functions of management. Effective leaders are talented in combining strategy and interpersonal skills to formulate plans and implement strategies that create positive results. There are key similarities and differences between leading and managing. Managers can employ practical, effective techniques for increasing people’s effort and performance.
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What Is A Leader? Chinese proverb:
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