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1 Leadership Styles Importance of Relationships among Team Members Importance of Tasks

2 Leadership Styles Importance of Relationships among Team Members ParticipatorPersuader Importance of Tasks PermitterPrescriber

3 “He's a genuine spineless, mealymouthed fly-fisher.” -A subordinate describing Col. Henry Blake Leadership Styles Importance of Relationships among Team Members ParticipatorPersuader Importance of Tasks PermitterPrescriber

4 “Am I going MAD, or did the word "think" escape your lips? You were not hired for your brains, you hippopotamic land mass.” -Vezzini in “The Princess Bride” “He's a genuine spineless, mealymouthed fly-fisher.” -A subordinate describing Col. Henry Blake Leadership Styles Importance of Relationships among Team Members ParticipatorPersuader Importance of Tasks PermitterPrescriber

5 “Am I going MAD, or did the word "think" escape your lips? You were not hired for your brains, you hippopotamic land mass.” -Vezzini in “The Princess Bride” “He's a genuine spineless, mealymouthed fly-fisher.” -A subordinate describing Col. Henry Blake Rudy HuxtableRudy Huxtable: [crying] I want to see a doctor. Dr. Heathcliff 'Cliff' Huxtable: I am a doctor. Rudy Huxtable: [still crying] No you're not! You're Daddy! Dr. Heathcliff 'Cliff' Huxtable Rudy Huxtable Leadership Styles Importance of Relationships among Team Members ParticipatorPersuader Importance of Tasks PermitterPrescriber

6 “Am I going MAD, or did the word "think" escape your lips? You were not hired for your brains, you hippopotamic land mass.” -Vezzini in “The Princess Bride” “My job is to get players to do things they don’t want to do to become the players they want to be.” -Tom Landry, Dallas Cowboys coach “He's a genuine spineless, mealymouthed fly-fisher.” -A subordinate describing Col. Henry Blake Rudy HuxtableRudy Huxtable: [crying] I want to see a doctor. Dr. Heathcliff 'Cliff' Huxtable: I am a doctor. Rudy Huxtable: [still crying] No you're not! You're Daddy! Dr. Heathcliff 'Cliff' Huxtable Rudy Huxtable Leadership Styles Importance of Relationships among Team Members ParticipatorPersuader Importance of Tasks PermitterPrescriber

7 Leadership Styles Importance of Relationships among Team Members ParticipatorPersuader Importance of Tasks PermitterPrescriber

8 Leadership Styles StyleCharacteristicsEmphasisWhen to use? Prescriber (High task, low relationship)  Leaders make the decisions  Subordinates expected to bring problems to leader, not solve problems themselves  Mostly one way communication (two way only when leader needs information)  Limited personal interaction Leader calls the shots by prescribing what should be done Persuader (High task, high relationship)  Considers others’ input in decisions  Two way communication  Frequent interaction  Supervisor provides support and encouragement  Focus on understanding concerns of others. Leader calls the shots after getting input Participator (Low task, high relationship)  Leader sets general expectations but does not make every decision  Allows others to structure own jobs  Subordinates solve problems but can ask for help when needed  Frequent interaction Leader coach professional staff through participating with them Permitter (Low task, low relationship)  Leader provides general definition of the job structure  May or may not interact a lot with subordinates  Allows others to solve their own problems Leader develops plan that allows subordinates to do jobs with little direction

9 Pause to Reflect 1.Which leadership style comes most naturally to you? 2.Which style would be most effective for your position at HOC? Why? (Consider staff competency, the amount of work that needs to be done, how staff communicates, etc.) 3.If your answers to 1 and 2 are different, how can you adjust the way you work? 4.What problems might arise if you do not make this adjustment? Other things to consider 1.What leadership styles do you see in the people you supervise? 2.Do their styles fit well with their job duties? 3.If an employee’s style is not a good fit with their job duties, how can you discuss the situation with them?

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11 Communication Styles SocializerRelator People DirectorThinker Information SocialWithdrawn

12 Communication Styles SocializerRelator People DirectorThinker Information SocialWithdrawn Mr. Snuffleupagus

13 Communication Styles Mr. Spock SocializerRelator People DirectorThinker Information SocialWithdrawn Mr. Snuffleupagus

14 Communication Styles Larry the Cable GuyMr. Spock SocializerRelator People DirectorThinker Information SocialWithdrawn Mr. Snuffleupagus

15 Communication Styles Larry the Cable GuyMr. Spock SocializerRelator People DirectorThinker Information SocialWithdrawn Ferris Bueller Mr. Snuffleupagus

16 Communication Styles People Information SocialWithdrawn

17 Directors Like to get things doneAdventurous Like challengesGoal oriented Work independentlySelf-confident InnovatorsTake charge attitude LeadersProblem solvers Bold Like communication in bullet points; don’t overload them with extra information. Thinkers Has to get things rightLike details FactualConsistent OrganizedAccurate ControlledPerfectionism AnalyticalDiscerning SensitiveLooks for patterns Least trustingAsk “What worked before?” Thinkers like to have all the pertinent details so they have the necessary information to make a well informed decision. However, they only want relevant details because unnecessary information only clouds the issue. Socializers Risk takersEnergetic OptimisticLike variety InspirationalCreative PromoterNeed appreciation “Trust me, it will all work out.” Socializers are more concerned with the interaction that a project allows than with completing the project.

18 Relator ConservativeLoyal ReliablePatient NurturingLike getting along with others, group harmony ListenerWill give in to avoid confrontation Relators will use blanket statements instead of confronting individuals to avoid offending or hurting people’s feelings (“We all need to try to be on time for meeting.”) StrengthsWeaknessesGood fitsBad fits Director Thinker Socializer Relator

19 Pause to Reflect 1.Which communication style comes most naturally to you? 2.Which style would be most effective for your position at HOC? Why? If your answers to 1 and 2 are different, how can you adjust the way you work? 3.What problems might arise if you do not make this adjustment? Other things to consider 1.What communication styles do you see in the people you supervise? 2.Do their styles fit well with their job duties? 3.If an employee’s style is not a good fit with their job duties, how can you discuss the situation with them?

20 How Leaders Communicate How would expect this person to communicate with you? How should you communicate with them to help them out? Director Prescriber Socializer Persuader Thinker Permitter Socializer Participator Relator Persuader

21 Personality Types in Conflict High Attack Wise Pragmatic Withdraw Conciliatory LowRespect for the other personHigh An individual will have one style that they generally feel most comfortable with. However, in certain situations they will feel more comfortable adopting a different style. For example, a Winnie the Pooh personality may turn into a shark if you say something about their child. Any person can learn to effectively be any one of these animals, but they will still prefer one style over the others. Comfort with conflictComfort with conflict


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