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1 Leadership, Motivation, and Problem Solving in Organizations Chapter 6, Odgers & Keeling

2 Main Topics Effective Leadership Staff Motivation Power, Office Politics, and Motivation Decision Making and Problem Solving

3 Effective Leadership The Nature of Leadership Leadership Habits, Attitudes, and Styles Women as Leaders

4 The Nature of Leadership “Doing Things Right” or “Doing The Right Thing” Leadership Qualities

5 Leadership Habits, Attitudes, and Styles Habits Attitudes Styles

6 Leadership Habits Proactive Begin with the End in Mind First Things First Think Win-Win Listen First, Then Express Yourself Synergize Sharpen the Saw

7 Leadership Attitudes Theory X Theory Y Theory Z

8 Leadership Styles Autocratic Participative Task-Oriented People-Oriented

9 Women as Leaders Stereotypes Feminine Approach

10 Staff Motivation Motivating Factors and Recognition Motivation and Maslow’s Need Theory Motivating Generation X Workers Motivating Older Workers Motivational Problems and Behaviors Job Satisfaction

11 Motivating Factors and Recognition External Motivating Factors Internal Motivating Factors Staff Recognition

12 Motivation and Maslow’s Need Theory Physiological or Biological Needs Safety and Security Needs Social or Belonging Needs Esteem or Ego Needs Self-actualization or Self-fulfillment Needs

13 Motivating Generation X Workers Parallel Processing Ability Random Access Thinking Connected Technology as Friend Not Foe

14 Motivating Older Workers Cost of Living Older Workers – beneficial to everyone – Good Work Ethics –Dependable –Flexible Scheduling –Seasoned –Experienced

15 Motivational Problems and Behavior Personality Disorder Defensive Behavior –Rationalization –Projection –Aggression –Scapegoat –Withdrawal Abnormal Behavior

16 Job Satisfaction Job Enrichment Horizontal Moves and Broadbanding

17 Power, Office Politics, and Motivation Power and Motivation Office Politics and Motivation

18 Power and Motivation Position Power Personal Power

19 Office Politics and Motivation Avoiding Taking Sides in Power Struggle Keep Social Contacts Constructive

20 Decision Making and Problem Solving Decision-Making Responsibility Problem-Solving Steps

21 Decision Making Responsibility The Decision-Making Process –Need –Two Alternatives –Choice Factors to Consider –7 Factors –4 Questions –Group Decision Making –8-Step Systematic Approach

22 Problem-Solving Steps Define Idea or Problem Collect, Interpret, and Analyze Information Develop Alternate Solutions Analyze Implications of Alternatives Select Preferred Alternative Implement Decision Follow Up, Evaluate, and Modify If Needed

23 QUESTIONS?


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