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Chapter Seven Other Leadership Perspectives: Upper Echelon and Leadership of Nonprofits.

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1 Chapter Seven Other Leadership Perspectives: Upper Echelon and Leadership of Nonprofits

2  Who the leader is  Scope of responsibility  Focus  Effectiveness criteria Factors that Differentiate Micro and Macro Leadership

3 The Domain of Strategic Leaders Leadership Structure Culture Technology Strategy Environment Strategic Leaders

4 Dual Role of Strategic Leaders Leader Strategy Formulation Strategy Formulation Strategy Implementation Strategy Implementation PERFORMANCE Moderating Factors

5 Moderators of Executive Discretion External Factors  Uncertainty  Type of industry  Market growth  Legal constraints Internal Factors  Stability  Size and structure  Culture  Stage of organizational development  TMT and BOD

6 Strategic Leadership Types NEED FOR CONTROL High control Low control High challenge- seeking Low challenge- seeking CHALLENGE- SEEKING HIGH-CONTROL INNOVATOR (HCI) Challenge-seeker who maintains tight control over organization STATUS QUO GUARDIAN (SQG) Challenge-averse who maintains tight control over organization PARTICIPATIVE INNOVATOR (PI) Challenge-seeker who delegates control of organization PROCESS MANAGER (PM) Challenge-averse who delegates control of organization

7 How Executives Affect their Organizations Leader Direct Decisions Allocation of resources Reward system Selection of other leaders Promotions Role modeling Environment Strategy Culture Structure Technology Leadership

8 Direct Decisions Vision Mission Strategy Structure Organizational culture - ? Selection of other leaders

9 Allocation of Resources and Reward System  Decisions regarding funding and budgets; Allocation of resources to support goals  Formal rewards such as salary and bonuses  Informal rewards such as recognition  Promotion of other leaders and managers

10 Setting the Norm and Role Modeling  Setting decision criteria and rules by which others make decisions  Active or subtle role modeling of behaviors and styles

11 Factors that Affect Executives’ Salaries  Firm size  Industry competition  CEO power and discretion  Internationalization  High stress and instability

12 Characteristics of Nonprofits  Operate without profit  Funds reinvested inside the organization  Public service mission  Voluntary board of directors  Funded through contributions

13 Leadership Challenges in Nonprofits  Leaders must rely on participatory leadership to build consensus  Strong ethical requirements  Motivating and retaining employees  Finding and training future leaders


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