MGT 101 - Chap 10

MGT 101 - Chap 10 - Chap 10 - L EADERSHI P L EADERSH IP:...

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Chap 10 - LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP: The process of inspiring others to work hard to accomplish important tasks. Someone can lead others, i.e. , exercise leadership, even if he or she is not a manager (who, by definition, has legitimate power). For example, during World War II, Tuva Bielski and his brothers, who refused to submit passively to Nazis, fled into the Belorussian forests, where they hid for years. Under Tuva’s leadership, the Bielski partisans fought against Nazi German occupiers and their collaborators and rescued 1,200 Jews from extermination. LEADERSHIP TRAITS: relatively stable and enduring personality characteristics that may predispose an individual to be able to lead effectively. Traits that predispose individuals to lead effectively include emotional intelligence, flexibility, self-confidence, energy, and a drive for power. LEADERSHIP BEHAVIORS: actions that an individual needs to be able to display in order to lead effectively. Key behaviors that leaders need to display
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2011 for the course MGT 101 taught by Professor Wang during the Spring '11 term at Adelphi.

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