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HBSE 4 - • Types of Leadership • Functional—can...

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Groups Definition How do you define a group? In what contexts do you find groups? What are the reasons formal groups get together? Norms Explicit expectations and beliefs about how to act in the group Adherence will vary Deviations can lead to change—may be a positive thing for the group Manifest content à actual conversation Latent content à not said, but inferred Roles The Leader Identifies group norms Keeps group on task Depending on type of group, can be a role model, facilitator, director
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Unformatted text preview: • Types of Leadership • Functional—can emerge from the group if leadership traits are present • Situational—situation might require specific leadership needs • Positional—created by the held position Types of Leaders • Authoritarian—control group with little or no input • Laissez-faire—offer little direction; let group run the way it wishes • Democratic—encourages member participation; allow shared decision-making...
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