NS214 Fall 2012 2-2 - Chapter 2 Leadership Interactional...

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1-1 Chapter 2 Leadership Interactional Framework Day 2
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1-2 The Situation Leadership often makes sense only in the context of how the leader and followers interact in a given situation. The situation may be the most ambiguous aspect of the leadership framework. You’ve got to give You’ve got to give loyalty down, if you loyalty down, if you want loyalty up.” want loyalty up.” ~ Donald T. Regan, ~ Donald T. Regan, Former CEO and Former CEO and White House chief of White House chief of staff staff
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1-3 Are Good Women Leaders Different than Male counterparts? Women are taking on leadership roles in greater numbers than ever before. Some areas of the military are still not open to females. Some research shows that there are no statistically significant differences between men’s and women’s leadership styles. On the other hand, some previously considered undesirable “feminine traits” are proving to be useful for leaders.
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1-4 The Shift Toward More Women Leaders Within Our Culture Factors that explain the shift toward more women leaders: Women themselves have changed. Leadership roles have changed. Organizational practices have changed. Culture has changed.
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1-5 Leadership and Management Revisited Leaders Managers Innovate Administer Develop Maintain Inspire Control Long-term view Short-term view Ask what and why Ask how and when Originate Initiate Challenge the status quo Accept the status quo Do the right things Do things right
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1-6 Leader-Follower-Situation Interactions Leaders create environments where follower’s innovations and creative contributions are welcome. Leaders encourage growth and development in their followers beyond the scope of the job. Leaders are generally more interested in the big picture of followers’ work than managers. Leaders motivate followers through more personal and intangible factors .
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