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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style Leadership and Followership Communication Styles STOC 1112 Dr. Tracey Weiss Todays Discussion n Leadership Styles n Kurt Lewin, Ronald Lippitt and Ralph White n Douglas McGregor- Theory X & Theory Y n Follower Styles n Robert Kelley n Max DePree n Jo-Hari Window Communication Leadership Styles n Authoritarian n Democratic n Laissez-Faire Kurt Lewin, Ronald Lippitt and Ralph White Authoritarian Leadership n Provides clear direction n Engages primarily in one-way communication n Can micromanage the completion of tasks n Rewards obedience and punishes mistakes Democratic Leadership n Involves followers in setting goals n Engages in two-way, open communication n Focuses on interaction n Provides frequent positive feedback n Effective listening n Mediates conflict for the benefit of the Laissez-Faire Leadership n Allows follower free rein to set goals n Not available to followers or engages in superficial discussion n Allows followers to set policies and procedures n Avoids conflict Task and Interpersonal Leadership: n Theory X n Concern for production...
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