Chapter 17 - Steven P. Robbins Mary Coulter 1 LEARNING...

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1 Steven P. Robbins Mary Coulter
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2 L E A R N I N G O U T L I N E 1.Contrast leaders and managers 2.Discuss what research has shown about leadership traits 3.Explain the lessons learned from behavioral leadership studies 4.Discuss the limitations of behavior theories 5.Describe Situational Leadership Theory 6.Discuss how Path-Goal Theory explains leadership and link it to the interactional framework for analyzing leadership 7.Differentiate between transactional and transformational leaders 8.Describe charismatic leadership 9.Discuss team leadership and connect it to Servant Leadership Theory 1.Contrast leadership and power and describe the five sources of a leader’s power and its relationship to dependency in relationships 2.Discuss ethical use of leadership power 1.Summarize how leaders can build trust 1.Explain why leadership is sometimes irrelevant
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3 Leadership Ability to influence a group toward the achievement of goals
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4 Leadership vs Management LEADERSHIP Innovate, Develop Inspire Long-term view Ask what and why Originate Challenge status quo MANAGEMENT Administer Maintain control Short-term view Ask how and when Imitate Accept status quo
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5 Leadership vs. Management “Great managers are like catalysts, speeding up the reaction between the individual’s talents and the company’s goals. Great leaders are like alchemists, transforming our legitimate fear of the unknown into confidence in the future.” Marcus Buckingham, 2005
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6 The Interactional Framework for Analyzing Leadership Figure 2-1 Video: Alive
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7 Trait Theories (1920’s-30’s) Do all effective leaders possess a set of specific characteristics? If true: Leaders are born, not made People picked for leadership roles should have specific traits
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8 Traits of Successful Leaders 1. Drive, ambition 2. Desire to lead 3. Honesty and integrity 4. Self-confidence 1. Intelligence 2. Extraversion 3. Job-relevant knowledge Remember the Big 5 Model from Chapter 14?
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9 No universal traits predict leadership in all situations Traits do a better job at predicting the potential of leadership Traits not clear predictor of leader effectiveness (r eaching goals) Some leaders are indeed born, but traits don’t tell the whole story Trait insight gives information on Leadership strengths and development needs How much effort will be required to develop an area Trait Theories - Conclusions Video: PF Changs
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10 Dark-Side Personality Traits Excitable Skeptical Cautious Reserved Leisurely Bold Mischievous Colorful Imaginative Diligent Dutiful “Managerial failure may be due more to having undesirable qualities than lacking desirable ones” - Bob and Joyce Hogan Video: Crimson Controversy
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11 Behavioral Theories Assumes people can be trained to lead
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This note was uploaded on 07/10/2011 for the course KIN 321M taught by Professor Jensen during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Chapter 17 - Steven P. Robbins Mary Coulter 1 LEARNING...

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