Ex donald trump b socialized power motives leaders

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own interests, like money, status, luxury, etc. Ex: Donald Trump. b. Socialized power motives Leaders with a socialized power motive use power primarily to achieve organizational goals or a vision. Use power to help others 2. The Drive and Achievement Motive Put high energy to achieve goals. Such people have constant desire to:
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a. Achieve through their efforts and take responsibility for success or failure b. Take moderate risks that can be handled through their own efforts c. Receive feedback on their level of performance d. Introduce novel, innovative, or creative solutions, and e. Plan and set goals 3. Tenacity and Resilience (ulet dan tahan banting) COGNITIVE FACTORS AND LEADERSHIP Problem-solving and intellectual skills are referred to collectively as cognitive factors. 1. Cognitive (or Analytical) intelligence Being very good at solving problems is a fundamental characteristic of effective leaders in all fields 2. Knowledge of the Business or Group Task An effective leader has to be technically competent in some discipline, particularly when leading a group of specialists. Leader need to earn respect from the team member regarding his/her technical skill. 3. Creativity, terutama dalam hal menyelesaikan masalah. 4. Insight (depth of understanding that requires considerable intuition and common sense) into People and Situations 5. Farsightedness and conceptual Thinking Farsighted The ability to understand the long-range implications of actions and policies Conceptual thinking the ability to see the overall perspective The WICS Model of Leadership in organizations
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Robert J. Sternberg has developed an approach to understanding leadership based on cognitive factors. Practical intelligence refers to the ability to solve everyday problems by using experience-based knowledge to adapt to and shape the environment. Wisdom is applied
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