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Arts and Humanities
Leadership: EXAM ONE
Exam One: Chapters 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
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Can be defined as the attainment of organizational goals in an effective and efficient manner through planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling organizational resources.
Is an influence relationship among leaders and followers who intend real changes and outcomes that reflect their shared purposes.
Era 1 Great Person Leadership
a. Great Man Theories
b. Trait Theories
Great Man Theories
Leaders, are born with certain heroic leadership traits and natural abilities of power and influence. Based on the strength of inherited traits, qualities, and abilities.
Studies of these larger than life leaders spurred research into the various traits that defined a leader. Beginning in the 1920's, researchers looked to see if leaders had particular traits or characteristics, such as intelligence or energy, that distinguished them from non-leaders and contributed to success.
Era 2 Rational Management
a. Behavioral Theories - on the job behaviors
b. Contingency Theories - tailor behavior to situation
One line of research focused on what leaders actually do on the job, such as various management activities, roles, and responsibilities. Researchers looked at how a leader behaved toward followers and how this correlated with leadership effectiveness or ineffectiveness.
Leaders can analyze their situation and tailor their behavior to improve leadership effectiveness.
Era 3 Team or Lateral Leadership
Influence Theories: Horizontal Organization/Cross Functional Teams.
1. (Charismatic leadership)- refers to leadership influence based not on position or formal authority but, rather, on the qualities and charismatic personality of the leader.
2/3. (Leadership vision/Organizational Culture)- Leaders influence people to change by providing an inspiring vision of the future and shaping the culture and values needed to attain it.
Era 4 Learning Leadership
a. Relational Theories
b. Level 5 Leadership
Leadership is viewed as relational process that meaningfully engages all participant s and enables each person to contribute to achieving the vision. Two significant theories are transnational leadership
and servant leadership
Level 5 Leadership
A combination of strong professional will (determination) and humility that builds enduring greatness.
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