influencing individual and group activities toward goal achievement.
the average person has an inherent dislike of work and wishes to avoid responsibility.
work is a s natural as play or rest.
the state of a person's drive or need for achievement.
categorizes leadership styles according to concern for people and concern for production results.
the leader has a high concern fro production results and uses a directive approach.
country club management
high concern for people.
places equal emphasis on people and production.
management with little concern for people or production.
high concern for both people and production.
life-cycle theory of leadership
leadership behaviors should be based on the readiness level of employees.
clarifying a job, telling people what to do and how and when to do it, providing follow-up, and taking corrective action.
providing people with support and asking fro their opinions.
situational leadership model
shows the relationship between the readiness of followers and the leadership style.
structuring and telling style
used with individuals or groups relatively less ready for a given task.
coaching and selling style
used with individuals or groups that have potential but haven't realized it fully.
participating and supporting style
best used with ready individuals or groups.
used with exceptionally ready and capable individuals and groups.
continuum of leadership behavior
the full range of leadership behaviors in terms of the relationship between a supervisor's use of authority and employees' freedom.
an approach that helps groups to evolve effectively and to achieve highly supportive, open, creative, committed, high-performing membership.
managers who have a great need for control or influence and who want to run things.
converts followers into leaders and may convert leaders into moral agents.
leaders identify desired performance standard and recognize what types of rewards employees want from their work.
organizational members take a hard look at the past to identify what to hold on to, whole deciding what needs to go. employee participation in the change process is the key.
defines success as giving and measures achievement by devotion to serving and leading. winning becomes the creation of community through collaboration and team building.
the capacity to recognize and accurately perceive one's own and others' emotions, to understand the significance of these emotions, and to influence one's actions based on this analysis; an assortment of skills and characteristics that influence a person's ability to succeed as a leader.