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Arts and Humanities
BUS 360 Exam #2
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centers on how leaders motivate followers to accomplish designated goals
The goal is to enhance employee performance and satisfaction by focusing on employee motivation
What are the four basic ideas of path-goal leadership?
defines goals, clarifies past, removes obstacles, and provides support
what type of leadership is this: a leader who gives followers task instruction including: what is expected of them, how task is to be done, timeline for task completion, clear standards of performance, and clear rules & regulations?
What type of leadership is this: leader who is friendly and approachable: attending to well-being & human needs of followers; using supportive behavior to make work environment pleasant; treating followers as equals & giving them respect for their status?
what type of leadership is this: leader who invites followers to share in the decision making: consults w followers, seeks their ideas and opinions, and integrates their input into group/organizational decisions?
what type of leadership is this: leader who challenges followers to perform work at the highest level possible; establishes a high standard of excellence for subordinates; seeks continuous improvement; and demonstrates a high degree of confidence in followers' ability to establish & achieve challenging goals?
What are some follower characteristics for path-goal leadership?
strong need for affiliation and a preference for structure
what is the internal iocus of control?
leadership that allows followers to feel in charge of their work and makes them an integral part of the decision-making process
what is the external iocus of control?
leadership that parallels followers' feelings that outside forces control their circumstances
how does path-goal theory work?
leader's job to help followers reach their goals by directing, guiding, and coaching them along the way
conceptualizes leadership as a process that is centered on the interactions between a leader and followers
leader-member exchange (LMX) theory
more information, influence, confidence & concern from leader; more dependable, highly involved, & communicative
less compatible with leader; usually just come to work, do the job, & go home
what are the three phases of leadership that develop over time?
stranger, acquaintance, and mature partnership phase
scripted, one way, low quality, interested in self
phase 1: stranger
tested, mixed, medium quality, interested in self and others
phase 2: acquaintance
negotiated, reciprocal, high quality, and interested in the group
phase 3: partnership
focuses on the exchanges that occur between leaders and their followers
process of engaging with others to create a connection that increases motivation and morality in both the leader and the follower
focused on the leader's own interests rather than the interests of his or her followers
what type of leader was adolf hitler?
a special personality characteristic that gives a person superhuman or exceptional powers and is reserved for a few, is of divine origin, and results in the person being treated as a leader
transforms follower's self-concepts; tries to link identity of followers to collective identity of the organization
what are the factors of transformational leadership?
idealized influence, charisma, inspirational motivation, intellectual stimulation, individualized consideration
what are the factors of transactional leadership?
contingent reward, constructive transactions, management by exception, active and passive corrective transactions
what are the factors of laissez-faire leadership?
the absence of leadership, a hands-off, let-things-ride approach, refers to a leader who: abdicates responsibility, delays decisions, gives no feedback, and makes little effort to help followers satisfy their needs
focuses on whether leadership is genuine
what are three authentic leadership characteristics?
exhibit genuine leadership, lead from conviction, original
what are four authentic leadership components?
self-awareness, internalized moral perspective, balanced processing, relational transparency
is a paradox: both service and influence
what are the 10 characteristics of servant leadership?
listening, empathy, healing, awareness, persuasion, conceptualization, foresight, stewardship, commitment to the growth of people, and building community
the practice of mobilizing people to tackle tough challenges and thrive
what four different viewpoints does adaptive leadership incorporate?
systems perspective, biological perspective, service orientation, and psychotherapy perspective
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