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CHAPTER 9 Leadership Chapter 9 Copyright 2011 Vandeveer, Menefee 1
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ASK YOURSELF THIS QUESTION…. http://www.whyshouldanyonebeledbyyou.com/ Why should anyone be led by me? Chapter 9 Copyright 2011 Vandeveer, Menefee 2
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LEADERSHIP “Good leaders don’t ask more than their constituents can give, but they often ask – and get – more than their constituents intended to give or thought it was possible to give.” John W. Gardner Excellence , 1984 Chapter 9 Copyright 2011 Vandeveer, Menefee 3
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LEADERSHIP Objectives are to consider and investigate: The trait theory of leadership. The behavioral theory of leadership. The Hersey and Blanchard Situational Leadership Theory . The characteristics of the charismatic and visionary leader. The differences between transactional leaders and transformational leaders . Chapter 9 Copyright 2011 Vandeveer, Menefee 4
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LEADERSHIP DEFINED Leadership is the ability to influence others. Leadership is active. Leadership is the art and science of getting the job done through the willing efforts of others. Chapter 9 Copyright 2011 Vandeveer, Menefee 5
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ANOTHER DEFINITION Leadership is the catalyst that transforms human potential into reality, yielding positive results. What is a catalyst? Chapter 9 Copyright 2011 Vandeveer, Menefee 6
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LEADERS AND LEADERSHIP Are leaders born? We often hear of a person being a “natural- born leader.” Is there such a thing? Do small children demonstrate leadership skills in their play and interactions? If so, how did they acquire this skill? Chapter 9 Copyright 2011 Vandeveer, Menefee 7
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LEADERSHIP Can people learn how to be a leader? If so, what skills are learned? (Remember learning means that a change in behavior has occurred) What might be the measurements? Chapter 9 Copyright 2011 Vandeveer, Menefee 8
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LEADERSHIP – TRAIT THEORY Trait theory focuses on an individual’s personal attributes. Six identified leadership traits: Drive, Ambition and Energy Desire to Lead Honesty and Integrity Self-confidence Intelligence (Reason and Emotional – IQ and EQ) Job-Relevant Knowledge Chapter 9 Copyright 2011 Vandeveer, Menefee 9
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LEADERSHIP – TRAIT THEORY Just because you have these traits does not guarantee that you can be an effective leader. Leadership is “active” (as opposed to “reactive” – probably more accurate to say “Proactive”) and one has to do something (act to influence others). Chapter 9 Copyright 2011 Vandeveer, Menefee 10
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BEHAVIORAL THEORIES Behavioral theory focuses on what the leaders do. Ohio State Studies Initiating Structure – Mission Consideration – Feelings Michigan Studies Employee Oriented Production Oriented Chapter 9 Copyright 2011 Vandeveer, Menefee 11
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LEADERSHIP BEHAVIORAL THEORY Ohio State University Study - Initiating Structure - Consideration Chapter 9 Copyright 2011 Vandeveer, Menefee 12 Initiating Structure Consideration Low High High Low Consideration High Initiating Structure High Consideration
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