Notes 13_Leadship

Notes 13_Leadship - MIII People Management Part 3...

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IELM120 1 MIII People Management Part 3 – Leadership
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IELM120 What is leadership? Leadership is defined as: The process of influencing people, inspiring, motivating and directing their activates toward achieving group or organizational goals. A group of persons without a leader would most likely wonder in many different directions; a leader can help to transform them into a coherent group. Therefore a leader is someone who has a group of followers. 2
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IELM120 3 Managers: (deal with complexities) Leaders: (deal with change) Focus on people Do the right things Ask what and why Think long-term Watch the horizon Develop Inspire Focus on things Do things right Ask how and when Think short-term Watch the bottom line Maintain Control
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IELM120 Myths of Leadership Leaders are born, not made. Effective leadership is based on control, coercion, and manipulation. Leadership exists only at the top. 4
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IELM120 Power and Influence Power Having personal or positional resources to change Ability to change/control others Influence The use of power to change situations or people’s attitudes & behaviors Power in action . 5
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IELM120 Source of Leadership Power 6 French & Raven’s Power Bases
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IELM120 Source of Leadership Power Reward power Able to award positive, desired outcomes Legitimate power Authority to command, based on the position Referent Powder Influence based on charisma, identification and trust Expert Power Influence based on knowledge and information Coercive Power Able to threaten, punish or harm 7
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IELM120 Source of Leadership Power 8 Legitimate Coercive Reward Referent Expert Positional Resources Personal Resources
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IELM120 Influence Tactics Rational Persuasion Using logical arguments and facts to convince people. “You know, all the cutting-edge companies use this
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