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NS214 Fall 2-1 27 Aug - Chapter 2 Leadership Interactional...

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1-1 Chapter 2 Leadership Interactional Framework
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1-2 Leadership Involves an Interaction Between the Leader, the Followers, and the Situation " Don't tell people how to do things, tell them what to do and let them surprise you with their results. George S Patton
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1-3 Reading Objectives The student will comprehend and appreciate the value of looking at leadership through several different perspectives. The student will comprehend the interactional framework for analyzing leadership by understanding the roles of: The Leader/The Followers/The Situation. The student will comprehend the unique challenges for women in leadership. The student will comprehend differences between leadership and management in the context of the interactional framework including the idea that L & M offer solutions to different kinds of problems. The student will comprehend that there is no easy recipe for effective leadership.
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1-4 Discussion Objectives Discuss the value of analyzing leadership through various different lenses. Discuss the interactional framework for analyzing leadership by focusing on: The leader / The follower / The situation. Discuss if good women leaders are hard to find and why. Discuss relationship between leadership and management through the interactional framework. Discuss how leadership and management can be solutions to different problems. Discuss the difficulty and complexity of effective leadership; there is no single approach that always works.
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1-5 BLUF » You can identify sources of power and they can be aligned to leadership or management » Whether or not women lead differently, they can be both effective and ineffective, just like men » The situation may be the most ambiguous aspect of the triad (“messages”, etc.) » Leadership and management might be more than different, they might be in opposition
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1-6 Looking at Leadership Through Several Lenses Studying only leaders provides just a partial view of the leadership process. Leadership depends on several factors, including the situation and the followers , not just the leader’s qualities. Leadership is more than just the kind of person the leader is or the things the leader does . The clearest picture of the leadership process occurs only when you use all three perspectives to understand it.
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1-7 The Interactional Framework for Analyzing Leadership
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1-8 The Interactional Framework for Analyzing Leadership (continued) Depicts leadership as a function of three elements: The leader The followers The situation A particular leadership situation scenario can be examined using each level of analysis separately. Examining interactions in the area of overlaps can lead to better understanding.
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