Presentation on theme: "Leadership P3 Describe attributes needed by a team leader."— Presentation transcript:
1 LeadershipP3 Describe attributes needed bya team leader
2 Learning ObjectivesExplore and examine the different type of leaders in business.To recognise the skills and attributes needed by a team leader to manage teams in business
3 Starter ActivityTwo pictures of various leaders (Politicians, Football Managers, myself) given to students on each table to decide was this a good or bad leader?(10 Mins)
4 Group ActivityStudents to participate in a group activity where they do a spider diagrams and brain storming on what skills and attributes are needed by a leader. (10 Mins)
5 Short video on leadership styles (5 Mins) Type of LeadershipRandom Student to read out learningObjectives after activity.Short video on leadership styles (5 Mins)
6 Leadership Definition Leadership is "organising a group of people to achieve a common goal."
7 LeadershipLeadership skills are important. Leaders get things done and they make change happen.The leader gives direction to others.Management involves making sure that various tasks are carried out well and that resources are used efficiently.Leadership goes further by doing things in new and different ways, and persuading others to follow your direction.
9 Types of Leadership Style Autocratic:Leader makes decisions without reference to anyone elseHigh degree of dependency on the leaderCan create de-motivation and alienation of staffMay be valuable in some types of business where decisions need to be made quickly and decisively
10 Types of Leadership Style Democratic:Encourages decision making from different perspectives – leadership may be emphasised throughout the organisationConsultative: process of consultation before decisions are takenPersuasive: Leader takes decision and seeks to persuade others that the decision is correct
11 Types of Leadership Style Democratic:May help motivation and involvementWorkers feel ownership of the firm and its ideasImproves the sharing of ideas and experiences within the businessCan delay decision making
12 Types of Leadership Style Laissez-Faire:‘Let it be’ – the leadership responsibilities are shared by allCan be very useful in businesses where creative ideas are importantCan be highly motivational, as people have control over their working lifeCan make coordination and decision making time-consuming and lacking in overall directionRelies on good team workRelies on good interpersonal relations
13 Types of Leadership Style Paternalistic:Leader acts as a ‘father figure’Paternalistic leader makes decision but may consultBelieves in the need to support staff
15 Group ActivityClass to be divided into several groups group and a different styles of leadership will be given to each student to do as a group presentation.(15 mins to prepare and 5 minutes each to present.
16 Pair ActivityLearners to research on 1 leader of their choice in pairs. (i.e. Football manager, politician or anybody else.(20 Mins)
17 Plenary What is the difference between a leader and a manager? Can you identify examples of good leaders?Why are they good leaders?