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Ch 16 fa10_posted - L eader Fol l ower Rel ati onshi ps...

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Leader Follower Relationships Chapter 16
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What is leadership?
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How is being a leader different than being a manager? The intermediate steps – formulating a strategy for the mission and increasing people’s commitment toward it – tend to be performed by either leaders or managers. It is these overlapping functions that make the distinction between leaders and managers blurred in actual practice.
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Behavioral Approaches to Leadership Ohio State University studies (consideration and initiating structure) Consideration I nitiating Structure University of Michigan studies (employee oriented and production oriented)
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Leadership Grid
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Situational Approaches to Leadership Fiedler’s contingency model – Different leadership styles are effective as a function of the favorableness of the leadership situation Least preferred co-worker (LPC): Task Structure Position Power Leader Member Relations
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Path Goal Theory of Leadership Leaders are effective due to how they affect subordinates: Motivation Ability to Perform Effectively Satisfaction How the leader influences their subordinates perceptions of their goals and paths to goal attainment.
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Leader Behaviors that affect Path- Goal Theory: Directive also known as Instrumental Supportive Participative Achievement Oriented
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Leader – Member Exchange Leaders form two groups of followers: an in-group and an out-group
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