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Chapter 11 - Psychodynamic Approach Leadership Chapter 11 – Psychodynamic Approach Northouse, 4 th edition
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Chapter 11 - Psychodynamic Approach Psychodynamic Approach Perspective Psychodynamic Approach Background Sixteen Types and Leadership Dealing With Followers How Does the Psychodynamic Approach Work? Overview
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Chapter 11 - Psychodynamic Approach Psychodynamic Approach Description One fundamental concept underlies this approach: personality A consistent pattern of ways of thinking, feeling, Affected by the environment, including people Characterized by tendencies or qualities another person creative independent, & spontaneous
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Chapter 11 - Psychodynamic Approach Psychodynamic Approach Description Trait approach characteristics are important to leadership status and tasks Style approach – certain behavior = best style, ex. team management (9,9) Psychodynamic vs. Trait, Style & Psychodynamic vs. Trait, Style & Situational Approaches Situational Approaches
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Chapter 11 - Psychodynamic Approach Psychodynamic Approach Description Situational approach – key element is match between leader’s style/behaviors Psychodynamic approach – important : personality types – various personality types are better suited to leadership positions or situations Psychodynamic vs. Trait, Style & Psychodynamic vs. Trait, Style & Situational Approaches Situational Approaches
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Chapter 11 - Psychodynamic Approach Psychodynamic Approach Description Function of leader – To become aware of their own personality type and the personalities of followers Underlying assumptions Personality characteristics of individuals are deeply ingrained and virtually impossible to change in any significant way
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Chapter 11 - Psychodynamic Approach Psychodynamic Approach Description Underlying assumptions People have motives & feelings that are unconscious Person’s behavior results from observable actions, responses AND from emotional effects of past experience
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Chapter 11 - Psychodynamic Approach Psychodynamic Approach Background Emergence of this approach to leadership Roots in work of Sigmund Freud psychoanalysis Carl Jung – disciple of Freud’s developed own body of psychological work Includes work developed by Eric Berne on the concept of the ego state as part of the larger method called transactional analysis
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Chapter 11 - Psychodynamic Approach Eric Berne and Transactional Analysis Transactional Analysis A unified system of individual and social psychiatry Focuses on the individual but also one’s relationship to others
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Chapter 11 - Psychodynamic Approach Eric Berne and Transactional Analysis Transactional Analysis People have three ego states: parent, adult,
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