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Copyright © CRKInteractive All rights reserved. 1 Developing Your Agents Your Facilitator: Chapter 3
Copyright © CRKInteractive All rights reserved. 2 The key to developing people is to catch them doing something right. - Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson The One Minute Manager
Copyright © CRKInteractive All rights reserved. 3 Self-Reliant Level Independent Level Intermediate Level Dependent Level Four Development Levels
Copyright © CRKInteractive All rights reserved. 4 Delegating Removing Interference Supporting Coaching Directing Leadership / Management Style
Copyright © CRKInteractive All rights reserved. 5 (LOW) DIRECTIVE BEHAVIOR (HIGH) SUPPORTIVEBEHAVIORSUPPORTIVEBEHAVIOR (HIGH ) INDEPENDENT INTERMEDIATE DEPENDENTSELF-RELIANT High Competence Moderate Competence Variable Commitment Support, Remove Direct, Remove Interference & Interference, Coach Support & Coach High Competence Low Competence, High Commitment Delegate, Empower, Direct, Coach, Remove Interference Remove Interference, and Coach. and Support. Fully Developed Starting Development The Development Grid
By: Tanner Gibson. Born on May 6, 1939 in Orange, New Jersey Degrees: BA in government and philosophy MA in sociology and counseling PhD in education.
1. Situational Leadership Supportive Behaviour (Low) Directive Behaviour (High) High Supportive & Low Directive Behaviour S3 SUPPORTING High Directive.
Asia-KM Technologies1 WELCOME participants of NAC 2004.
Situational Leadership Overview Directive and Supportive Behavior Leadership Variables Situational Leadership II Model.
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Situational Leadership Dr. Edward A. Merritt California State University (Cal Poly Pomona) For more information:
Supervisor as Leader rev Define leadership. 2.Explain what is meant by dynamic and effective leadership. 3.Identify and describe a set of four.
Situational Leadership 6 th March 2013 Middlesbrough Leadership and Improvement Programme.
1 Collaboration Toolbox Two Concepts Situational Leadership.
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Leadership Part 2 Situational Leadership. Copyright MSQAA Federation Chapter. Agenda Don’t Work Harder Work Smarter Different Strokes For Different.
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Dr Catherine Hannaway Durham University 14 th July 2011 SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP.
Chapter 8 The Role of Technology in Growth. Copyright © 2005 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. 8-2.
Chapter 16 Resources and the Environment at the Global Level.
Chapter 6 Human Capital. Copyright © 2005 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. 6-2.
Chapter 2 Application Layer. Copyright © 2005 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. 2-2.
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1 Social Intelligence “The ability to determine the requirement for leadership in a particular situation and select an appropriate response” Behavioural.
11 Leadership Styles Theory X assumes employees dislike work and attempt to avoid it Theory Y assumes employees view work as being natural and employees.
Situational Leadership Contingency Leadership Theory.
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Leadership Management Education Service What can hinder a 4-H program from reaching its full potential? Kim Reaman, 4-H Volunteer Development Specialist.
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Management Styles. Autocratic: – Directing – Guiding Democratic: – Supporting – Delegating Different strokes for different folks.
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Situational Leadership Empowering People to Be Their Best!
Chapter 1 Computer Networks and the Internet. Copyright © 2005 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. 1-2.
Situational Leadership ALL-STAFF RETREAT What is a Bright Spot? A Bright Spot is a positive deviation; a successful effort worth emulating. “These.
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To LEADERSHIP AND THE. Take a minute out of your day to look into the faces of the people you manage. Realize that they are your most important resources.
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WELCOMEWELCOME. what is leadership? “The ability to influence a group toward the achievement of goals” (Stephen P Robbins) “A social influence process.
1 Chapter 3 Contingency Approaches. 2 Chapter Objectives Understand how leadership is often contingent on people and situations. Apply Fiedlers contingency.
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