Taskperformancebehaviors

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Unformatted text preview: behaviors ­actionstakentoensurethattheworkgroupororganization reachesitsgoals 9. Groupmaintenancebehaviors ­actionstakentoensurethesatisfactionofgroupmembers, developandmaintainharmoniousworkrelationships,andpreservethesocialstabilityofthe group 10. Leadermemberexchangetheory(LMX) ­highlightstheimportanceofleaderbehaviorsnotjust towardthegroupasawholebuttowardindividualsonapersonalbasis  11. Autocraticleadership ­aformofleadershipinwhichtheleadermakesdecisionsonhisorher ownandthenannouncesthosedecisionstothegroup 12. Democraticleadership ­aformofleadershipinwhichtheleadersolicitsinputfromsubordinates 13. Laissezfaireleadershipphilosophy ­characterizedbyanabsenceofmanagerialdecisionmaking 14. Situationalapproach ­leadershipperspectiveproposingthatuniversityimportanttraitsand behaviorsdonotexist,andthateffectiveleadershipbehaviorvariesfromsituationtosituation 15. Vroommodel ­asituationalmodelthatfocusesontheparticipativedimensionofleadership  16. Fiedler’scontingencymodelofleadership ­asituationalapproachtoleadershippostulatingthat effectivenessdependsonthepersonalstyleoftheleaderpower,control,andinfluenceoverthe situation 17. Task ­motivatedleadership ­leadershipthatplacesprimaryemphasisoncompletingatask 18. Relationship ­motivatedleadership ­leadershipthatplacesprimaryemphasisonmaintaingood interpersonalrelationships  19. HerseyandBlanchard’ssituationaltheory ­alife ­cycletheoryofleadershippostulatingthata managershouldconsideranemployee’spsychologicalandjobmaturitybeforedeciding whethertaskperformanceormaintenancebehaviorsaremoreimportant 20. Jobmaturity ­thelevelofemployee’sskillsandtechnicalknowledgerelativetothetasksbeing performed 21. Psychologicalmaturity ­anemployee’sself ­confidenceandself ­respect  22. Path ­goaltheory ­atheorythatconcernshowleadersinfluencesubordinates’perceptionsof theirworkgoalsandthepathstheyfollowtowardattainmentofthosegoals 23. Substitutesforleadership ­factorsintheworkplacethatcanexertthesameinfluenceon employeesasleaderswouldprovide  24. Charismaticleader ­apersonwhoisdominant,self ­confident,convincedofthemoral righteousnessofhisbeliefs,andabletoarouseasenseofexcitementandadventureinfollowers 25. Transformationalleader ­aleaderwhomotivatespeopletotranscendtheirpersonalinterests forthegoodofthegroup 26. Transactionalleade...
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2013 for the course JMC 3363 taught by Professor Yoon during the Fall '13 term at The University of Oklahoma, Norman Campus.

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