Chapter 11 - Transformational Leadership

Headdoyouandtheyunderstandwhat isimportant

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Unformatted text preview: -knowledge Relationships Virtue Virtue Environment Execution Communication Power Vision Self-knowledge Relationships Heart – Have the emotional issues been addressed? Head – Do you and they understand what is important? Hands – Do you and they have the skills to stay the course? DEFINITION DEFINITION Transformational leadership is a form of leadership that occurs when leaders “broaden and elevate the interests of their employees, when they generate awareness and acceptance of the purposes and the mission of the group and when they stir their employees to look beyond their own self­interest for the good of the group” (Bernard Bass, 1990). Introduction (cont) Introduction The idea of transformational leadership was first developed by James McGregor Burns and later extended by Bernard Bass as well as others. The focus of the transformational approach is on exploration, innovation and effective business performance in a modern, ever­changing business environment. It’s as much about inspi...
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