Lecture 2-_BB_F_2010

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Defining Leadership Session II Dr. Tracey Weiss
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Defining Leadership n Kouzes and Posner § Associate leaders with factors such as  change, crisis, and innovation  § Associate managers with organizational  stability.
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Defining Leadership n Leaders vs.  Managers Identify the activities,  behaviors, and actions  of leaders and  managers respectively. What are the  differences between  leaders and 
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Defining Leadership n Leadership: A special form of human  communication n Leadership is human (symbolic)  communication, which modifies the  attitudes and behaviors of others in order  to meet shared group goals and needs. Influence, group context, collaboration
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Leadership: At the core of human  experience n Leadership is all around us. n Leadership is best understood from a  communication perspective n Effective leaders use language as their  most tangible tool for achieving desired  outcomes (Fairhurst & Sarr, 1996).
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