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Psych of Leadership- Authentic Leadership notes

Authentic leadership develops in people over a

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Authentic Leadership develops in people over a lifetime and can be triggered by major life events, Ex: severe illness, or a new career Suggests that 4 distinct but related components make up authentic leadership Self-awareness Internalized moral perspective Balanced perspective Relational transparencies Over a lifetime authentic leaders learn and develop each of these four types of behaviors Interpersonal Definition Emphasizes that authentic leadership is relational, created by leaders and followers together Depends not only on the leaders efforts but also response from followers
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Approaches to Authentic Leadership Practical Approach, evolves from real-life examples and training and development literature Theoretical Approach, based on findings from social sciences research Practical Approach Robert Terry’s Authentic Leadership Approach Practice oriented Formula or guide for “how to do” leadership Focuses on action of leader Leader should strive to do what is right Two core leadership Questions What is really, really going on? What are we going to do about it? Understanding what is actually going on “Authenticity “ Authentic Action wheel Mission Power Structure Resources
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Existence Meaning Center of wheel: Fulfillment Bill George’s Authentic Leadership Approach Focuses on characteristics of authentic leaders. Essential qualities of authentic leadership and how individuals can develop these qualities if they wants that become authentic leaders
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