Marketing & Management for New Ventures (ENTR 201)
Instructor: Strother (Stroh) Brann Burton D. Morgan Center - Room 234 Phone: (765) 494-1889 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office hours by appointment: Tuesday and Thursday 8:00-10:00 and 3:00-4:30
Leading a High Performance Team
Copyright 2002 by Strother H. Brann. All rights reserved.
Note: Some diagrams adapted from, "The Leader's Window" by John Beck and Neil Yeager
Become familiar with the four styles of l
What to look for when you are "hiring" someone.
You want to measure each potential employee in three areas: Ability, Motivation and Fit. It sometimes helps to envision it as three interlocking circles. What we are looking for optimally are employees
Stages of Team Development
Groups go through four stages as they evolve into a cohesive team Forming Storming Norming Performing
Some important "rules": Teams have to spend some time in each stage. The progression is not necessarily linear. Teams ca
Effective Use of Power As a Leader
Introduction: There are various bases of power. The right one to use depends on the situation. How effective you are as a leader depends in part, on your ability to choose and use the power base appropriate to the s