3 Chapter 1 Learning Outcomes 5 key elements of leadership10 managerial rolesLevels of leadership analysis interrelationshipBehavioral leadership theoriesTrait & behavioral leadership theories and contingency theories1-3
4 Why Leadership is Important For crisis situationsFor organizational performanceFor employee job satisfactionFor successful management1-4
5 Leadership is the influencing process of leaders and followers to achieve organizational objectives through change1-5
6 InfluenceIs the process of a leader communicating ideas, gaining acceptance of them, and motivating followers to support and implement the ideas through changeIs the essence of leadership1-6
7 Effective LeadersShare leadership responsibilities through co-leadershipTeach leadership skills to subordinatesInfluence followers to support organizational interests1-7
8 Effective Leaders Set objectives Influence change for continual improvementCan work with people1-8
9 Key Elements of Leadership InfluenceLeaders-FollowersLeadershipOrganizationalObjectivesChangePeople1-9
10 Managerial Roles Interpersonal Informational Decisional 1. Figurehead Use this space for overall reminders or special tips linked to the slide or occassion. Simply select this text and replace it with your own reminders.1. Figurehead2. Leader3. LiaisonInformational4. Monitor5. Disseminator6. SpokespersonSummaryHeading. Text.Decisional7. Entrepreneur8. Disturbance-handler9. Resource-allocator10. Negotiator1-10
11 3 Levels of Leadership Analysis GroupOrganizationalIndividual1-11
12 Individual LevelFocuses on the individual leader and the relationship with individual followersCalled the “dyadic process”Reciprocal Influence1-12
13 Group LevelFocuses on the individual leader and the collective group of followersCalled the “group process”How leader contributes to group effectiveness1-13
14 Organizational LevelFocuses on how the top management influences organizational performanceCalled the “organizational process”1-14
15 The 4 Leadership Theory Classifications Include: This slide relates to XX-XX.TraitBehavioralIntegrativeContingencySummary OverviewXXXXMajor TitleHeading.1-15
16 Leadership Trait Theories Attempt to explain distinctive characteristics accounting for leadership effectiveness to identify a set of traits that all successful leaders possess1-16
17 Behavioral Leadership Theories Attempt to explain distinctive styles used by effective leaders, or to define the nature of their work1-17
18 Contingency Leadership Theories Attempt to explain the appropriateleadership stylebased on the leader,followers,and situation1-18
19 Integrative Leadership Theories Attempt to combine the trait, behavioral, and contingency theories to explain successful, influencingleader-follower relationships1-19
20 Paradigm Has Shifted From Management to Leadership! 1-20
21 Leaders vs. Managers Managers Leaders Administer Maintain Control Short-term viewAsk “how & when”ImitateAccept status quoDo things rightLeadersInnovateDevelopInspireLong-term viewAsk “what & why”OriginateChallenge status quoDo the right things1-21
22 Discussion Question #1What is the difference between peer-leadership and coleadership?
23 Discussion Question #2Do you agree that, in general, mean or tough bosses are not successful leaders?
24 Discussion Question #3Are leaders born or made?
25 Discussion Question #4Why does the leadership role pervade all management behavior?
26 Discussion Question #5How is the monitor role related to the disseminator and spokesperson roles?
27 Discussion Question #6What is the key difference between the entrepreneur and disturbance-handler role?
28 Discussion Question #7Do you agree with the interrelationship, and triangle analogy, of the levels of leadership analysis?
29 Discussion Question #8How can the shift in paradigm from management to leadership possibly help-and hurt- the management profession?
30 Discussion Question #9Can a person develop critical-thinking skills of applying the leadership theory and develop leadership skills without understanding the leadership theory?