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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 9: Leading Effectively: Foundations | Chapter 9 Leading Effectively: Foundations CHAPTER OVERVIEW Chapter 9 explores foundation concepts and models of leadership. First, we highlight the differences between contemporary leadership and traditional management. Second, we review the role of power and political behavior for managers. Third, we highlight three traditional leadership models. The fourth and fifth sections of this chapter present two widely used contingency models of leadership. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this chapter, the students should be able to: State the core differences between leadership and management. Describe the role of power and political behavior in the leadership process. Describe three legacy models of leadership: traits, Theory X/Theory Y, and behavioral. Apply the Situational Leadership Model. Explain and apply the VroomJago time-driven leadership model. CHAPTER OUTLINE I. Learning from Experience: Steve Bennetts Leadership at Intuit II. Leadership versus Management III. Power and Political Behavior A. Leaders Use of Power B. Use of Political Behavior C. Diversity CompetencyCarol Bartz: Views from the Top 27 |Chapter 9: Leading Effectively: Foundations 28 Chapter 9: Leading Effectively: Foundations | 29 IV. Legacy Leadership Models A. Traits Model of Leadership B. Theory X and Theory Y Model C. Behavioral Model of Leadership D. Self CompetencyDouglas Conant, CEO of Campbell Soup V. Situational Leadership Model A. Leadership Styles B. Situational Contingency C. Choosing a Leadership Style D. Communications CompetencyMichelle Miller of Walgreens E. Managerial Guidelines VI. VroomJago Leadership Model A. Leadership Styles B. Situational Variables C. Solution Matrix D. Change Competency How Would You Lead? E. Managerial Guidelines VII. Chapter Summary A. Key Terms and Concepts B. Discussion Questions VIII. Experiential Exercise and Case A. Experiential Exercise: Self Competency---Personal Power Inventory B. Case: Case: Diversity CompetencyGeorgette Mosbacher, CEO & President of Borghese KEY TERMS AND CONCEPTS Thirty-two key terms and concepts are developed in Chapter 9. The key terms and concepts, along with definitions or appropriate descriptions, are as follows: Behavioral model of leadership: a leadership model that focuses on what leaders actually do and how they do it. Coercive power: an individuals ability to influence others behaviors by punishing them. Consideration: the extent to which leaders have relationships with subordinates that are characterized by mutual trust, two-way communication, respect for employees ideas, and empathy for their feelings....
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