Implicit leadership theory A conception that leadership is a perceived phenomenon as attributed to a

Implicit leadership theory A conception that leadership is a perceived phenomenon as attributed to a

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1. Implicit leadership theory A conception that leadership is a perceived phenomenon as attributed to an individual by others. 2. Leader—member exchange theory A theory of leadership based on the nature of the relationship between a leader and members of the group he or she leads. 3. Path-goal theory A theory of leadership that emphasizes the importance of leaders indicating to followers what behaviors (paths) they need to exhibit to attain the desired objectives (goals). 4. Power and influence approach to leadership A conception that leadership is best understood by the use of the power and influence exercised by a person with a group. 5. Situational approach to leadership A conception that leadership is best understood in terms of situational
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Unformatted text preview: factors that promote the occurrence of leadership. 6. Substitutes for leadership The conception that there are sources of influence in an environment that can serve to act in place of, or be substitutes for, formal leadership. 7. Trait approach to leadership A conception that leadership is best understood in terms of traits or dispositions held by an individual that are accountable for the observed leadership. 8. Transformational leadership A conception that leadership is the process of inspiring a group to pursue goals and attain results....
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course PSY 2012 taught by Professor Scheff during the Fall '08 term at Broward College.

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