Lecture 17 (Chapter 11 - Leadership)

Lecture 17 (Chapter 11 - Leadership) - CHAPTER 11...

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Unformatted text preview: CHAPTER 11 Leadership in Organizational Settings (Part I) Group project Next Friday (25 th ) Hand in project report On the day of the presentation Save presentation on class computer before class Vote for best presentation (5 bonus points) Participation point for just being here (bring PRS) CHAPTER 11 Leadership in Organizational Settings (Part I) Group project report Description (brief) Overall story Specific scenes you might focus on Analysis Problems / opportunities faced by characters Actions taken by them Relationship to OB theories and constructs Recommendations / managerial implications How to resolve above problems How suggested behaviors may be acted out in organizations What managers can learn from your analyses Chapter 11 Leadership in Organizational Settings CHAPTER 11 Leadership in Organizational Settings (Part I) Learning objectives Competency perspective Behavioral perspective Contingency perspective Path-goal theory Leadership substitute Transformational perspective Transformational vs. transactional vs. charismatic Implicit leadership perspective Cultural and gender issues in leadership CHAPTER 11 Leadership in Organizational Settings (Part I) Leadership Leadership is the ability to influence , motivate , and enable others to contribute toward the effectiveness of the organizations of which they are members Li Ka Shing Chairman, Cheung Kong Holdings Margaret Chan Fung Fu-chun WHO Director-General Former Director of Health, HK CHAPTER 11 Leadership in Organizational Settings (Part I) Perspectives of leadership Leadership Perspectives Competency Perspective Behavioral Perspective Contingency Perspective Implicit Leadership Perspective Transformational Perspective CHAPTER 11 Leadership in Organizational Settings (Part I) Competency (trait) perspective Early research Competencies Characteristics that lead to superior performance Knowledge, abilities, values, needs & personality, including: Emotional and cognitive intelligence Integrity Need for power and Need for achievement Self-confidence, extraversion Knowledge of the business CHAPTER 11 Leadership in Organizational Settings (Part I) Competency perspective limitations Implies a universal approach Some competencies might not be necessary in all situations Alternative combinations of competencies might work just as well Competencies indicate leadership potential , not actual leadership CHAPTER 11 Leadership in Organizational Settings (Part I) Behavioral perspective People-oriented leadership behaviors Showing mutual trust and respect Concern for employee needs...
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