Ppt on effective leadership

LEADERSHIP TRAITS & SKILLS APAMSA Leadership Development Module.

 knowledgeable  conceptually skilled  creative  diplomatic  tactful  fluent in speaking  organized  persuasive  sociable Leader Traits Leader Skills Source: R.M. Stodill, Handbook of Leadership: A Survey of the Literature (New York: Free Press, 1974) Leadership Development  Leadership Traits & Skills Review the effective leadership traits & skills discussed separately in this module Identify the 2 trait(s) and 2 skill(s) viewed as your strengths Identify the 2/


Basic Leadership Qualities

selecting one missionary from each region to attend. Remember - Dont assume you understand. Confirm the message. Basic Leadership Qualities Effective Listening Clarification Jean - "Believe me, I dont want to get out of being on our Parliamentary Procedure team/ based on assumptions leads to communication that is not productive and, therefore, to difficulty in relationships………. Basic Leadership Qualities Effective Listening How to know if you have listened well “You are not listening to me!” “What do /


Situational & Contingency Perspectives. Stages of Leadership Theory & Research Post-charismatic & Post-transformational emerged late 1990s, distributed.

theory has been tested by many researchers and found to be a valid and reliable approach to explaining how to achieve effective leadership. Broadened understanding. Contingency theory has broadened the scope of leadership understanding from a focus on a single, best type of leadership (e.g., trait approach) to emphasizing the importance of a leader’s style and the demands of different situations. Predictive/


1 Effective Leadership Session 3.5 Pete Bylsma Sue Shannon March 2008 WERA Conference.

Session 3.5 Pete Bylsma Sue Shannon March 2008 WERA Conference 2 Effective Leadership Session Overview Characteristics of Effective Leaders What Research Says About Effective Leadership in Schools Effective Leadership in Districts 3 Effective Leadership Characteristics of Effective Leaders  Effective leaders are found in both private and public sector organizations.  Effective leadership is multi-faceted.  Most writers view effective leaders as people who do certain things and have certain qualities. 4/


Chapter 12 Leadership and Management

a attitudes, values, and beliefs Example: move toward Quality Management and transform an organizations values Individual employees may undergo similar changes Some observers suggest that leadership may have a brainwashing-like effect on people Ethical Issues in Leadership and Management (Cont.) Qualities of ethical and unethical leaders Ethical leader Confronts moral dilemmas Rewards ethical behavior Builds an ethical organizational culture Transformational leaders Can/


PERSONAL VALUES AND LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS Prof. Léo F. C. Bruno 2005 Núcleo de Liderança.

professor Léo F. C. Bruno To check if a relation existed between the personal values balance and leadership effectiveness, the linear correlation coefficient has been computed taking into consideration the pair of values, involving the before mentioned /with caution. In future studies of the same nature a 360 degree appraisal, as far as leadership style, style flexibility and leadership effectiveness are concerned, would be highly recommended. Additional researches of the same nature involving larger sample /


Aligning Instruction/Intervention with the WI SLD Rule Changes: Best Practices for CC Teachers MMSD 5.20.2013 Ed O’Connor, Ph.D Midwest Instructional Leadership.

and ineffective Student learning will not improve Teachers will be frustrated Parents will be frustrated Politicians will write a law to require better outcomes Copyright 2013 Midwest Instructional Leadership Council 104 MTSS: Basic Premises Effective Instruction is a non-negotiable Student outcomes reflect the quality and match of instruction/intervention to student need Focus of all actions is on “controllable variables” Cannot/


LEADERSHIP Leadership: the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it. – Dwight D. Eisenhower SUBSECTIONS Types.

DESC script to express her feelings when Carmen dismissed her concerns about Mrs. Smith. LEADERSHIP SAY: Within this module, we identified some barriers to effective leadership. Some tools and strategies were introduced to overcome these barriers. The outcomes of effective leadership are a shared mental model, adaptability, team orientation, and mutual trust. Effective leadership in teams results in: Increased mutual trust. Better developed common understanding among team/


SUPERINTENDENT AND BOARD OF EDUCATION MEMBER PERCEPTIONS REGARDING PREFERRED LEADERSHIP BEHAVIORS FOR SUPERINTENDENTS IN WEST VIRGINIA Keith A. Butcher.

D. Pauley, Ed.D. Rationale Since the establishment of public education in the United States, both the importance of education and the size of school districts have grown (Kowalski, 2013). Effective leadership, provided by superintendents, assures the economic, political, and democratic success of our country (Callan & Levinson, 2011). Because public education systems have grown to be complex organizations/


The Leadership Gap Amongst Community Colleges Chair Academy International Conferences for Leaders in Post-Secondary Education March 8, 2007 Deborah DeGan-Dixon,

Confidence Courage Courage Fairness Fairness Respect for the opinions of others Respect for the opinions of others Sensitivity of information Sensitivity of information (Ebbers et al., 2000). The Leadership Gap Amongst Community Colleges Effective Community College Leaders should: Team building and motivating people towards a shared vision Team building and motivating people towards a shared vision Strategic thinking that envisions change, makes/


Leadership III: Coaching LEADERSHIP III STRATEGIES FOR SUPERVISORY SUCCESS.

The Leader As Coach n Vision n Self-Confidence and Humility n Confidence in Others n Flexibility Leadership III: Coaching ACTIVITY 1 (Large group exercise) Name some effective coaches you have known. List the characteristics that made them effective. Leadership III: Coaching COACHING = ? “Coaching is face-to-face leadership that pulls together people with diverse backgrounds, talents, experiences, and interests, encourages them to step up/


1 IRS 360° Assessment Study: Developing Great Leaders Jim Trinka Director, Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness IRS Strategic Human Resources.

Great leaders generate higher net income Business Results Great leaders have more satisfied customers Great leaders have more satisfied customers Customer Satisfaction Leadership Effectiveness – 360  Assessed (Insurance Co.) Leadership Effectiveness – 360  Assessed (High Tech Co.) Leadership Effectiveness – 360  Assessed (Mortgage Bank) 5 Leadership Effectiveness Impacts Employee Engagement Data from The Extraordinary Leader, by Jack Zenger and Joe Folkman Great leaders make a great difference Good/


Questions from our readings or from last week’s class

: Decision Making Group 4: Problem Solving Group 5: Trust Building/Development Group 6: Strategic Thinking DEFINITION AND SIGNIFICANCE OF LEADERSHIP Learning Objectives Define leadership and leadership effectiveness. Identify the cultural values that have the potential to affect leadership. Discuss the major obstacles to effective leadership. Compare and contrast leadership and management and understand their similarities and differences. List the roles and functions of management and be aware of/


2 Designing Organizations.

maintain balance, and encourage creativity. Complexity Theory Random events interfere with expectations. No linear cause and effect to explain outcomes. The system interacts and adapts to change. Managers must encourage the flow of information/ a positive environment Healthy Work Environment Skilled communication True collaboration Effective decision making Appropriate staffing Meaningful recognition Authentic leadership Organizational Culture Encompasses basic assumptions and values held by members of/


3 Delivering Nursing Care.

different systems. Learning Outcomes Describe evolving types of delivery systems that have emerged. Explain characteristics of effective delivery systems. Nursing Care Delivery Systems Provide structure for delivering care Delivery of care includes: Assessing care/ nursing care Total accountability Continuity of communication Disadvantages RNs perform tasks that could be done more cost-effectively by less skilled persons Primary Nursing RN designs, implements, and is responsible for nursing care for /


Leading and Developing High Performing Teams

or three very important and powerful norms in place at the beginning. Larry D. Coble, School Leadership Services Democratic to Autocratic is where effective leadership occurs. Authority Continuum Laissez-Faire Democratic Autocratic — Empowerment — Anarchy Totalitarian Democratic to Autocratic is where effective leadership occurs. Larry D. Coble, School Leadership Services Adapted from Leadership Enhancing the Lessons of Experience. R. Hughes, R. Ginnett, G. Curphy. Irwon Book Team, Chicago/


Culture and Leadership

own culture is better or more natural than other cultures Is a universal tendency and each of us is ethnocentric to some degree Ethnocentrism can be a major obstacle to effective leadership Prevents people from understanding or respecting other cultures Related Concepts Prejudice – a largely fixed attitude, belief, or emotion held by an individual about another individual or group based on faulty/


Management and Leadership: What do you think?

a good leader. 2. Give an example(s) of a “good” leader? 3. How are management and leadership related? The Organization Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness Individual Effectiveness Group Effectiveness Organizational Effectiveness Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness Individual Effectiveness Pi=f (A i, Mi) Group Effectiveness PG = Sum Pi +  Organizational Effectiveness Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness Process Losses: Differences in values and norms; Structure; Unclear Roles; Norms/


Developing Meaningful Learning Experiences: Research & Assessment in Leadership Education © A. Vorreyer & D. Covey Research & Assessment in Leadership.

Development  Comprehends the dynamics of a group  Learning Domain: Intellectual Growth  Achievement Indicator: Uses critical thinking in problem solving  Effective Communication  Able to influence others through speaking/writing  Leadership Development  Comprehends the dynamics of a group Assessment & Evaluation  Different Types of Assessment  Principles of Good SLO Assessment  Summative and Formative  Direct and Indirect  Qualitative or Quantitative  Barriers and Resources  /


MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA+ Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability Day 3, Leadership BA 521 Winter, 2012 Sully Taylor Leadership – Purpose,

most helpful in achieving your purpose? MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA+ Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability Our Definition of Leadership Effective leaders believe they are shaping the future and act in ways that model/? –commit to maintaining important relationships? –recognize political implications and adjust behavior to remain effective? MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA+ Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability 1)Diplomacy individuals with TOO LITTLETOO MUCH of this competency may be/


Leadership.

theory has been tested by many researchers and found to be a valid and reliable approach to explaining how to achieve effective leadership. Broadened understanding. Contingency theory has broadened the scope of leadership understanding from a focus on a single, best type of leadership (e.g., trait approach) to emphasizing the importance of a leader’s style and the demands of different situations. Predictive/


Leadership What is it? General Definition Hard to define

theory has been tested by many researchers and found to be a valid and reliable approach to explaining how to achieve effective leadership. Broadened understanding. Contingency theory has broadened the scope of leadership understanding from a focus on a single, best type of leadership (e.g., trait approach) to emphasizing the importance of a leader’s style and the demands of different situations. Predictive/


Political Leadership Alistair Cole. Political leadership A key distinguishing feature within the academic literature has been between those advocating.

returns as their presidencies have progressed; this suggests a natural threshold (variable for each incumbent, but not surpassing 10 years) beyond which the effectiveness of presidential political leadership is seriously impaired and wherein the cycle of leadership resumes its course. Leadership also involves followership. Each of the six Presidents had dedicated bands of followers, mobilized partisans and courtesans ready to do the will of/


Chapter 17 LEADERSHIP © Prentice Hall, 2002 17-1.

. d. Men rely on the formal authority of their position for their influence base. e. Men use transactional leadership, handing out rewards for good work and punishment for bad. © Prentice Hall, 2002 17-46 Contemporary Issues In Leadership (cont.) Leadership Styles in Different Countries effectiveness of leadership style influenced by national culture. leaders constrained by the cultural conditions their followers have come to expect. most/


Chapter Copyright© 2007 Thomson Learning All rights reserved 15 Leadership and Management Behavior in Multinational Companies.

and subordinates relationships - Clearly defined subordinates’ tasks - Power of the leader Copyright© 2007 South-Western/Thomson Learning All rights reserved Fiedler’s Theory of Leadership Effective leadership occurs when the leadership styles match the situation Theory suggests that task-centered leadership works best when situation is favorable or not favorable for leader - If favorable, subordinates are positive about their work—need to be told what/


Leadership in Organizations

among the people on whose competence and commitment performance depends. Involves influencing others to achieve objectives important to them and the organization. Contributes to organizational effectiveness through the use of desirable personal attributes to achieve good results. Effective Leadership = Attributes x Results Copyright © 2005 South-Western. All rights reserved. Leaders versus Managers Source: Genevieve Capowski, “Anatomy of a Leader: Where Are the Leaders/


Lecture 1 – The Functions of Leadership and Early Leadership Theory

the status structure. Primogeniture. Territoriality, cronyism, and petty competition. The Cultural Evolution of Effective Leadership The desirability of leadership characteristics will be influenced by social context. Every culture (whether religious, national, or /and support. Nature of the group’s task. Authority relationships. A Preview of the Integrative Model Effective leadership consists of three functions: Image management. Relationship development. Resource utilization. Success is determined by the/


Leadership Chapter Ten

large and exist throughout all organizational levels, as well as at the very top. A vision is necessary for effective leadership. A person or team can develop a vision for any job, work unit, or organization. Many people, / goals. The Best Way to Lead Depends on the Situation Situational approach Leadership perspective proposing that universally important traits and behaviors do not exist, and that effective leadership behavior varies from situation to situation. These approaches include: The Vroom model/


Revisioning Leadership Preparation in Higher Education Michelle D. Young University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) Michelle D. Young University.

Regarding the Preparation Field and How to Improve It. 1.Critiques of Leadership Preparation 2.What We Know About Successful Educational Leadership and Effective Leadership Preparation 3.Understanding Degrees, Degree Production, and Institutional Capacity/Purpose 4.Revisioning Leadership Preparation 1.Critiques of Leadership Preparation 2.What We Know About Successful Educational Leadership and Effective Leadership Preparation 3.Understanding Degrees, Degree Production, and Institutional Capacity/Purpose 4/


MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA+ Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability Day 2, Leadership BA 508 Fall, 2010 Sully Taylor.

) Diplomacy (assessment questions) To what extent do you... –involve others to gain necessary support? –commit to maintaining important relationships? –recognize political implications and adjust behavior to remain effective? MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MBA+ Leadership, Innovation, and Sustainability 1)Diplomacy individuals with TOO LITTLETOO MUCH of this competency may be perceived as: -Naïve-Conspiratorial -Politically inept-Manipulative -Tactless-Self-promoting MASTER OF/


Chapter 10 – Team Leadership

for team accomplishments Rewarded by tying those rewards to team members performance, not individual achievement Team Effectiveness Principled Leadership Influences team effectiveness through four sets of processes (Zaccaro et al., 2001) Cognitive - Facilitates team’s understanding of/assists leader in making sense of the complexity of groups and provides suggested actions to improve group effectiveness Team Leadership How does the model work? Focus How does the model work? 1st - Leader engages leader/


Michael A. Hitt C. Chet Miller Adrienne Colella

: Fiedler’s Contingency Model of Leadership Effectiveness Path-Goal Leadership Theory Leadership Style Contingency Factors Outcomes Martin Evans Robert House Path-goal leadership theory – a theory of leadership based on expectancy concepts from the study of motivation, which suggests that leader effectiveness depends on the degree to which a leader enhances the performance expectancies and valences of his or her employees. Leader Effectiveness Leadership can effect employees’ expectancies and valences/


Leadership 4/19/2017.

an empirically based theory to describe, understand, and predict the impact of cultural variables on leadership, organizational processes, and the effectiveness of the leader and the processes. Over the past decade, 170 country-based co-investigators gathered/ released by them suggest 21 specific leader attributes and behaviors that are universally viewed as contributing to leadership effectiveness. There is also the impact of cultural dimensions. Cultural differences strongly influence the ways in which /


Introduction: The Nature of Leadership

Focus on the present Maintain status quo Implement policies and procedures Remain aloof and maintain objectivity Use position power Leadership vs.. Management Leadership & management are distinct, yet complementary systems of action Effective leadership produces useful change Effective management controls complexity Effective leadership + good management = healthy organizations 3 Management Process Reduces uncertainty Provides stability Components Planning & budgeting Organizing and staffing Controlling/


A Semi-historical Romp Through Prevailing Perspectives on Leadership

(e.g., Situational Theory). Criticisms (Style theories) Hasn’t adequately shown how leaders’ styles are associated with performance outcomes. There is no universal leadership style. Implies that the most effective leadership behavior is the Team Management style (9,9), when in fact there is little evidence overall in support. Behavioral: A Question of Skill (1955, reemergence 1990’s) Actually more about /


Building Human Resource Management Skills National Food Service Management Institute 1 Effective Leadership and Management Styles Objectives At the completion.

solutions. Decides who does what work. Gives specific directions. Announces decisions. Closely supervises and evaluates employees work. Building Human Resource Management Skills National Food Service Management Institute 14 Effective Leadership and Management Styles Leadership Styles The Coaching Leader Sets the goals. Identifies the problems. Develops a plan to solve problems and consults with employees. Makes the final decision about procedures or solutions after/


©2000, Michael A. Mische MOR 559 – Strategic Renewal University of Southern California Strategic Leadership The Core Competency for High Performance LECTURE.

in”.  They are explorers and pioneers.  They are extraordinarily flexible.  They are confident and committed.  They have extraordinary character. Strategic Renewal Strategic Leadership MOR 559 – Strategic Renewal University of Southern California ©2000, Michael A. Mische Developing the Skills for Effective Leadership… Unique Natural Abilities Careful Cultivation Formal Development Opportunity to Lead Dedication to Life-long Learning & Commitment to Being a Better Leader Strategic/


Strategic Management Chapter Thirteen: Strategic Leadership

and Influences Strategic Vision / Intent Strategic Mission Successful Strategic Actions Formulation of Strategies Implementation of Strategies Strategic Competitiveness / Above Average Returns Yields Leaders & the Mgmt. Process Strategic Leadership and the Strategic Management Process Effective Strategic Leadership Shapes the formation of Strategic Vision / Intent Strategic Mission Determining Strategic Direction Strategic direction means the development of a long-term vision of a firm’s strategic/


Participant Introductions

Team Leader Insert local protocol for choosing a team leader CERT Tools for Leadership Success 21 Leaders and Team Members Characteristics of effective team leader Skills for effective leadership Responsibilities of effective team leader The Leadership Competence Model Characteristics of effective team member Responsibilities of effective team member CERT Tools for Leadership Success 22 CERT Tools for Leadership Success Team Composition Team is unit of two or more individuals coordinating/


Team Leadership Chapter 12.

map to identify group needs and offers suggestions on appropriate corrective actions Model assists leader in making sense of the complexity of groups and provides suggested actions to improve group effectiveness Northouse - Leadership Theory and Practice, Sixth Edition © 2012 SAGE Publications, Inc. Provides answers to what constitutes excellent teams Strengths Provides answers to what constitutes excellent teams Provides a cognitive guide that/


700: Foundations of Leadership. The Pennsylvania Child Welfare Resource Center Agenda Day One Welcome and Introductions The Characteristics of Effective.

: Using the Assessment Tools and Templates Summary and Evaluations 3 700: Foundations of Leadership The Pennsylvania Child Welfare Resource Center Learning Objectives Participants will be able to: Identify the characteristics of effective leadership; Apply a strengths based approach to a leadership role; Apply the Organizational Effectiveness Framework; Identify Social Work Values and Practice Skills in leading organizations; and Apply the steps of DAPIM™. 4 700/


Leadership in Organizations

among the people on whose competence and commitment performance depends. Involves influencing others to achieve objectives important to them and the organization. Contributes to organizational effectiveness through the use of desirable personal attributes to achieve good results. Effective Leadership = Attributes x Results A. J. DuBrin, Fundamentals of Organizational Behavior, Second Edition. Copyright © 2002 by South-Western. Leaders versus Managers Visionary Passionate Creative Flexible/


Leadership Models and Concepts. Learning Objectives Explain the meaning of “leadership” and differentiate it from management.Explain the meaning of “leadership

for production and concern for people. This approach suggests that effective leadership styles include high levels of both behaviors.This approach suggests that effective leadership styles include high levels of both behaviors. Blake/Mouton Leadership Grid © 2011 Cengage Learning Other Approaches to Leadership In addition to the trait and behavioral approaches to understanding leadership effectiveness, several additional models of leadership have emerged over the years. The LPC Theory of/


B THE STUDY OF LEADERSHIP IN SMALL BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS: IMPACT ON PROFITABILITY AND ORGANIZATIONAL SUCCESS By Glenn A. Valdiserri, D.B.A. And John L.

character of the leader – personal traits, culture, and behavior – and not on any generalized concept of leadership (Wren,1994). Effective leadership is viewed as essential for organizational success (Hernez-Broome and Hughes, 2004). Small business leaders have a /to stay profitable in this turbulent economy. McLean, (2005) indicated that effective leadership is necessary for small construction businesses to achieve profitability and success. Allied Academies 2010 Spring Conference Appendix A: Review/


Leadership By John B..

“leader-match” theory in that it tries to match leaders to appropriate situations. Assumes a leader’s effectiveness depends on how well the leader’s style fits the context. Thus, “effective leadership is contingent on matching a leader’s style to the right setting”. Unlike situational leadership, it assumes the leader’s style is relatively fixed and unchanging. Measured by the Least Preferred Coworker/


The Church: Leading by Example

a humble person Has integrity and leads by example Has a servant spirit Hope Africa - Christian Leadership and Management Biblical Principles of Leadership An Effective Christian Leader: Is a person of justice, fair play. Honours dignity, equality and all people./ who are unable to build solid, lasting relationships will soon discover that they are unable to sustain effective leadership To sustain a leadership based on permission uou need to spend time with them. You need to know their personal backgrounds./


Sustainable Leadership, Coaching and Emotional Intelligence Presentation to Federal Consulting Group Washington, D.C. November 17, 2006 John Lazar, MA,

future requirements and identifying, assessing, and developing talent to place the best qualified people in critical leadership positions.” Source: Groff (2005) Business Case for Effective Leadership At its best, effective leadership (at all levels)… Sets a company standard of excellence other enterprises want to emulate. Cultivates the next generation for effective leadership continuity. Makes organization’s culture a competitive asset. Creates a learning environment where people may/


Professor Stephen Dinham OAM Chair of Teacher Education |

achievement gaps associated with factors such as socio-economic status, family background, geographic isolation, non-English speaking background and Aboriginality. Research findings are increasingly compelling on the relationship between instructional leadership, effective teaching and student outcomes yet much work remains to be done. As teaching becomes more evidence-based, clinical and interventionist in nature, it is imperative that school leaders are equipped/


Organizational Leadership and Ethical Climate in Utah’s Certified Public Accounting Profession (90-minute Presentation Slides) by Jeffrey N. Barnes, CPA,

, – Maximizing self-interests, – Maximizing joint-interests, and – Standing on moral principles. Related to accounting, criticisms exist for each of these moral philosophical frameworks Chapter 2, Review of Literature Ethics and Effective Leadership Underpinning leadership style is the individual’s ethical philosophy, whether that generally be leaning toward egoism, benevolence, or universal principles. Chapter 2, Review of Literature Ethics and/


LEADERSHIP Chapter 11.

: - an interpersonal process between one person and a group - can’t have ‘leaders’ without ‘followers’ - criterion for effective leadership = goal achievement What is Leadership? Leadership: guidance of others in their pursuits, often by organizing, directing, coordinating, supporting, and motivating their efforts. Reciprocal Transactional Transformational Cooperative Adaptive Leadership Myths? Leadership is power (with people rather than over people) Leaders are born (but leaders are also “made”) All/


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