Leadership (Part 1)
Explain what leadership is, when leaders are effective and ineffective, and the sources of
power that enable managers to be effective leaders.
Identify the traits that show the strongest relationship to leadership
Leadership (Part 9)
People do not want responsibility.
People are resistant to change.
People are gullible and not very smart.
The average person does not inherently dislike work.
People will exercise self-direction and self control in the perfor
Leadership (Part 8)
Emphasizes productivity through the acquisition of personal skills
Most often communicates orally
Maintains an open door policy
Ignores the positions, ideas and feelings of others
Engages in r
Leadership (Part 7)
Personally directs the completion of tasks
Provides infrequent positive feedback
Rewards obedience and punishes mistakes
Exhibits poor listening skills
Uses conflict for personal gain
A style of leadership in which the lead
Leadership (Part 6)
Manager supports and encourages subordinates, giving them opportunities to
to grow and
excel on the job
Use their re
Leadership (Part 5)
Which leadership model is the most effective?
A. Trait model
B. Behavior model
C. Fiedlers model
D. Path-goal theory
The Leader Substitutes Model
Acts in the place of a leader and makes lea
Leadership (Part 4)
Relationship-oriented style: leaders concerned with developing good relations
with their subordinates and to be liked by them.
Task-oriented style: leaders whose primary concern is to ensure that subordinates
perform at a high level
Leadership (Part 3)
Research shows that certain personal characteristics do appear to be connected to
Many traits are the result of skills and knowledge and effective leaders do not
necessarily possess all of these traits.
Leadership (Part 2)
Japanese managers are group-oriented, while U.S managers focuses more on
Time horizons also are affected by cultures.
Sources of Managerial Power
Power: The Key to Leadership
The authority that a man
Leadership (Part 10)
Situational Approaches to Leadership Study
Fiedlers Contingency Model of Leadership
Hersey and Blanchards Situational Leadership Theory
Leader-Member Exchange Theory
Fiedlers Contingency Model
Least Preferred Co-Wor