ch16 - MODULE16 LEADERSHIP Aleaderlivesineachofus What are...

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MODULE 16 LEADERSHIP “A leader lives in each of us”  What are the foundations for effective leadership? What are current issues and directions in leadership development?
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LEADERSHIP   Foundations For Effective Leadership MODULE GUIDE 16.1 Leadership is one of the four functions of  management.  Leadership relies on use of position power and  personal power.  Leadership traits and styles can influence leadership  effectiveness.  Fiedler’s contingency model matches leadership  styles with situational differences.  House’s path-goal theory matches leadership styles  with task and follower characteristics. 
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LEADERSHIP   Foundations For Effective Leadership Leadership is one of the four functions  of management.
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LEADERSHIP   Foundations For Effective Leadership Power  the ability to get others to do what you want them to do Reward Power The capacity to offer something of value as a means of influencing other people Coercive Power The capacity to punish or withhold positive outcomes as a means of influencing other people. Legitimate Power The capacity to influence other people by virtue of formal authority or the rights of office. Expert Power  The capacity to influence other people by virtue of specialized knowledge. Referent Power  The capacity to influence other people because of their desire to identify personally with you
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LEADERSHIP   Foundations For Effective Leadership Managerial Power = Position Power + Personal Power  Power of the POSITION Based on things managers can offer to others. Rewards: "If you do what I ask, I'll give you a reward." Coercion: "If you don't do what I ask, I'll punish you." Legitimacy: "Because I am the boss; you must do as I ask." Power of the PERSON:   Based on how managers are viewed by others. Expertise—as a source of special knowledge and information. Reference—as a person with whom others like to identify.
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Leadership Styles  Leadership Style The recurring pattern of behaviors exhibited by a leader Autocratic Style Acts in unilateral command and control fashion Human Relation Style Emphasizes people over tasks Democratic Style Encourages participation with an emphasis on both task
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2010 for the course MGMT 3031 taught by Professor C during the Spring '09 term at UH Clear Lake.

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ch16 - MODULE16 LEADERSHIP Aleaderlivesineachofus What are...

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