o Path-Goal Theory Perspective
o Conditions of Leadership Motivation
o Leader Behaviors & Subordinate
o Task Characteristics
o How Does the PGT Approach Work?
o Path-Goal Theory (House, 1971) Description
Goal - To enhance em
Leadership and Motivation
o Managers Versus Leaders
Not all leaders are managers, nor are all managers leaders
Persons whose influence on others is limited to the appointed
managerial authority of their positions
Persons with manage
Emotional Intelligence: A Competitive Advantage to Greek Leadership
o What is Emotional Intelligence?
Factors that are related to success in life, work, and all that people do
Helps us understand why some people will perform more effectively than
o AN EXTREMELY IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION IN OUR UNDERSTANDING
OF LEADERSHIP IS THE SITUATION IN WHICH IT IS PRACTICED.
LEADERSHIP FOR WHAT PURPOSE? IS A CENTRAL QUESTION IN OUR
EFFORT TO DISSECT AND UNDERSTAND LEADERSHIP PROCESS.
o Defining a Leader
Think of a leader that you worked for or observed
What does this person do and what qualities does this person
have that make you admire him or her as a leader?
o Leadership Styles
Contingent on a response
Which increases the future probability of the response
The future increase in the response is a critical feature in defining
Reinforcement is Not a Circula
Transactional & Transformational Leadership
o Central Questions:
How do leaders create and sustain change?
What style of leadership is needed to motivate people to undertake
o Transactional Leadership
Based on the concept of exchange between l
Psychosocial Theories: Individual Traits & Criminal Behavior
o Chapter Summary
Chapter Seven is an evaluation of the psychosocial theories.
The Chapter begins with an analysis of IQ tests, and how intelligence is
related to criminality. This is followe
Situational (Contingencies) Models
o Theories of leadership taking into consideration important situational factors and
related leadership styles.
Path Goal Model
Hersey and Blanchard Leadership Model
Leaders Members Exchange Model
Theories of Leadership
o Trait Theories
Early trait theories identified:
Physical characteristics (height, appearance)
Personality characteristics (extrovert)
Skills and abilities (intell
Leader-Member Exchange Theory
LMX Theory Approach Perspective
Phases in Leadership Making
How Does the LMX Approach Work?
LMX Theory Approach Description
Focuses on interactions between leaders and followers
Theories of Leadership (focus of research)
o Imagining Leadership
What does leadership look like?
what is leadership?
what are some of the needed capabilities in being a leader today?
o Leadership Functions
what we do when we lead?