BMGT 364 Session 20 - Leadership 2

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Unformatted text preview: Copyright 2010 Leadership Part II BMGT 364: Management and Organizational Theory Spring 2011; Session 20 Department of Management & Organization Copyright 2010 Contemporary perspectives on leadership Transformational leadership Shared leadership Emotional intelligence Popular Leadership Agenda Copyright 2010 Recent Research: Transactional & Transformational Leadership Bass, B. (1990). From transactional to transformational leadership: Learning to share the vision. Organizational Dynamics , Winter: 19-31. Transactional leaders Guide and motivate followers in the direction of established goals by using: Contingent rewards: exchange rewards with meeting leaders expectations, and Corrective actions: search for and react to deviations from standards. Transformational leaders Create the vision and environment that motivates employees: To achieve performance beyond existing goals and expectations and To consider new ways of performing their tasks. Copyright 2010 Characteristics of Transformational Leaders Charisma Inspiration Intellectual Stimulation Individualized Consideration Copyright 2010 Charisma (Idealized Influence) Take actions based on deeply held values, ethics, and/or principles Model self-leadership and project self-confidence Profound impact on followers values and beliefs Create a sense of pride, energy, and mission Mahatma Gandhi John F. Kennedy Martin Luther King Copyright 2010 Inspiration Articulate a strong vision which captures the imagination of others Show passion and optimism Empower others to act Motivate others to engage in extra effort Instill courage in others to step-up to the risks of change Copyright 2010 The Language of Inspirational Leadership Framing is presenting the message defining the purpose in a meaningful way. Rhetorical crafting is using symbolic language to give emotional power to the message. Rhetorical techniques of inspirational leaders include using metaphors, analogies, and stories, gearing language to the particular audience, and using speech techniques such as alliteration, repetition, and rhythm. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1R-jKKp3NA Copyright 2010 Intellectual Stimulation Provoke rethinking and reexamination of assumptions, beliefs, and values Encourage a new look at old work methods and work procedures Help others to bring new perspectives and innovative thinking to solving problems Produce innovative and synergistic solutions and breakthrough outcomes Copyright 2010 Intellectual Stimulation...
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