NS214 Fall 2012 11-1

NS214 Fall 2012 11-1 - Chapter Characteristics of the...

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3-1 Characteristics of the Situation For time and the world do not stand still. Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or the present are certain to miss the future. --John F. Kennedy Chapter 11 11
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3-2 Reading Objectives: The student will comprehend basic background information on the situation and how it pertains to leadership. The student will comprehend the Congruence Model, focusing on the four factors making up the organizational process. The student will comprehend how environmental characteristics can affect leaders’ and followers’ behaviors. The student will comprehend the idea of situational engineering and how changing the situation can help change behavior.
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3-3 Discussion Objectives: Discuss the different situation levels a leader has to deal with. Discuss how leadership and organizations have had to change with the coming of the information age. Discuss the Work, People, Formal and Informal Organization factors of the congruence model. Discuss environmental characteristics and how they lead to changes in behavior Discuss how situational engineering can change the situation and how that changes behavior.
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3-4 BLUF – The Situation - You have already learned that experience, training, your values, and your personality will influence what you notice and how you evaluate a situation.
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