10.Leadership - Leadership MGT315 Scott OrganizingModel...

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Leadership MGT 315 Scott
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Organizing Model
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Outline n Approaches to Leadership n Trait n Behavioral n Contingency n Transformational
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Leadership 1. Identify someone you think is a great  leader 2. What makes this person a leader? 3. What does this person  have  or what does  this person  do ? 4. What’s the most important thing a leader  must have?
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What’s the most important  thing a leader must have? Followers! “No one’s a leader if there are no followers.” Malcolm Forbes “It’s a terrible thing to look over your shoulder when  you are trying to lead – and find no one there!” Franklin D. Roosevelt “A great leader never sets himself above his followers  except in carrying responsibilities.” Jules Ormont
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What is Leadership? n Leadership is an interpersonal  influence process that attempts to  motivate  others to achieve goals  that  represent values  of the leader and/or  others (vision ) n How does one become a “leader?” How  does one become a “good” leader?
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Leadership There exist several different approaches to  understanding leadership n Trait approach  n Behavioral approach n Contingency approach n Transformational/Charismatic approach
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Trait Approach to Leadership n Basic Assumption n Leaders possess stable characteristics that  differentiate them from non-leaders n The “Great Man” approach to leadership n Early efforts at identifying universal traits  failed
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Trait Approach to Leadership n Leadership and the Big Five n Extraversion strongest correlate (r = .31), more  strongly related to leader emergence than leader  effectiveness n Conscientiousness also important (r = .28),  particularly for leader emergence n In  business settings , openness was second  strongest predictor n Any problems with the trait approach?
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