Midterm sample Chapters 1 -6
1) Defining leadership as a process means
A) It is an inborn trait or characteristic.
B) It is a transactional event.
C) It is focused on influence.
D) It may only take place in groups.
E) It requires shared goals.
2) Mary has
Importance of Leadership
- Ways of conceptualizing leadership
- Definition and components
- Trait vs. process
- Assigned vs. emergent
- Leadership and power
- Leadership and coercion
- Leadership and man
Great Person Theories
Historical Shifts in Trait Perspective
What Traits Differentiate Leaders From Nonleaders?
How Does the Trait Approach Work?
Great Person Theories
Great Man Theories (early 1900s)
Focused on identifying innate qualities and
Contingency Theory Approach Perspective
Research Findings of Leader Style Effectiveness
How Does the Contingency Theory Approach Work?
Contingency Theory Approach Description
Contingency theory is a leader-
Style Approach Perspective
Ohio State Studies
University of Michigan Studies
Blake & Moutons Leadership Grid
How Does the Style Approach Work?
Style Approach Description
Emphasizes the behavior of the leader
Focuses exclusively on what leaders d
Transformational Leadership (TL) Perspective
A Model of Transformational Leadership
Transformational Leadership Factors
Full Range of Leadership Model
The Additive Effects of TL
Other Transformational Leadership Persp
Leader-Member Exchange Theory
LMX Theory Description
LMX Theory Perspective
Phases in Leadership Making
How Does the LMX Approach Work?
Leader-member exchange (LMX) theory:
conceptualizes leadership as a pr
Psychodynamic Approach Perspective
Eric Berne & Transactional Analysis
Sigmund Freud & Personality Types
Carl Jung & Personality Types
Sixteen Types and Leadership
Dealing With Followers
How Does the Psychodynamic Approach
Team Leadership Perspective
Team Leadership Model
How does the Team Leadership Model Work?
Historical Perspective of Team Leadership 1920s-
Path-Goal Theory Perspective
Conditions of Leadership Motivation
Leader Behaviors & Subordinate Characteristics
How Does the PGT Approach Work?
Path-Goal Theory (House, 1971) Description
Path-Goal Theory (House, 1971)
Servant Leadership Description
Servant Leadership Defined
Historical Basis of Servant Leadership
10 Characteristics of Servant Leadership
Building a Theory about Servant Leadership
Building a Model of Servant Lead
Skills Approach Perspective
Three-Skill Approach (Katz, 1955)
Skills-Based Model (Mumford et al., 2000)
How Does the Skills Approach Work?
Skills Approach Description
Emphasis on skills and abilities t