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OB Lecture Ch14 POST-1

OB Lecture Ch14 POST-1 - Leadership Organizational Behavior...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Leadership Organizational Behavior MGT 3101
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What is Leadership? “Influencing employees to voluntarily pursue organizational goals.” Kinicki & Kreitner textbook “A social influence process in which the leader seeks the voluntary participation of subordinate in an effort to reach organizational goals.” Peters & Austin, A Passion for Excellence “A person’s ability to persuade other members of a group to forego, for a while, the pursuit of their individual
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Traits of Effective Leaders General Traits Big Five Traits Intelligence Extraversion Determination Emotional stability Integrity Openness to experience Emotional intelligence Conscientiousness Self-confidence
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Behavioral Styles Theory The Ohio State Studies identified two critical dimensions of leader behavior. Consideration: creating mutual respect and trust with followers. Initiating structure: organizing and defining what group members should be doing.
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  • Spring '10
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  • Fiedler, social influence process, Leadership Organizational Behavior, leadership leadership style, subtitle style MGT

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