A place service before self interest b listen first

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a. Place service before self-interest. b. Listen first to express confidence in others c. Inspire trust by being trustworthy. d. Focus on what is feasible to accomplish. e. Lend a hand. f. Provide emotional healing. Getting people pulling in the same direction and collaborating smoothly To inspire people, effective leaders motivate people by satisfying higher-level needs, such as needs for achievement, personal growth, a sense of belonging, recognition, self- esteem A servant leader serves constituents by working on their behalf to help them achieve their goals, not the leader's own goals
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g. h. 360-DEGREE FEEDBACK FOR FINE-TUNING A LEADERSHIP APPROACH i. In most large organizations, leaders not only provide feedback to group members, but they also receive feedback that gives them insight into the effects of their attitudes and behaviors. 360-degree feedback is a formal evaluation of superiors based on input from people who work for and with them, sometimes including customers and suppliers. The 360- degree feedback forms consist of three columns; the leader's self-perceptions, the perceptions of the group, and the gaps between them. For best results, it is extremely important that 360- degree surveys reflect those behaviors and attitudes that the organization values most highly. j. k. LEADERSHIP STYLES l. m. A leader’s combination of attitudes and behaviors leads to a certain regularity and predictability in dealing with group members. Leadership style is the relatively consistent pattern of behavior that characterizes a leader. n. Participative Leadership o. Sharing decision making with group member and working with them side by side has become the generally accepted leadership approach in the modem organization.
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  • Summer '15
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  • Accounting, 360-degree, 360degree, di kolom, h. Eye

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