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Leadership in an Organizational Context Chapter 16
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Yukl’s Definition of Leadership The process wherein an individual member of a group or organization influences the interpretation of events, the choice of objectives and strategies, the organization of work activities, the motivation of people to achieve the objectives, the maintenance of cooperative relationships, the development of skills and confidence by members, and the enlistment of support and cooperation from people outside the group or organization G. Yukl, Leadership in Organizations , 5.
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Rost’s Definition of Leadership Leadership is an influence relationship among leaders and followers who intend real changes that reflect their mutual purposes J. Rost, Leadership in the Twenty-first Century (Westport, CT: Praeger,
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Unformatted text preview: 1993), 102. Leadership versus Management • Leadership is an influence relationship between leaders and followers • Management is an authority relationship between superiors and subordinates • Leadership intends real changes • Management manages the status quo • Leadership reflects mutual purposes • Management coordinates the activities of others Leadership Theories • Trait perspective • Behaviour perspective • Contingency perspective • Power-influence perspective • Gender-influence perspective Fiedler’s Task/Process Model • Leader-follower relations • Task structure • Position power Hersey and Blanchard’s Situational Leadership Model • Directing • Coaching • Supporting • Delegating...
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