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Purdue OLS 28400 - Chapter 5: Participative Leadership and Empowerment

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OLS 284 1st Edition Lecture 7Outline of Last Lecture I. Understand the normative model of leader decision makingII. Understand leader attitudes toward participation and delegationIII. Understand the leader’s perception of the followerIV. Understand why follower perceptions of empowerment are importantOutline of Current Lecture V. Continue Chapter 5 (previous outline)VI. VideoCurrent Lecture- Defining elements of Empowermento Meaning – building a personal feeling to decisiono Self-determinationo Self-efficacyo Impact- Perceived Empowermento Nature of psychological empowerment Meaning – work for a non profit Self-determination – you want it to be the best Self-efficacy – you believe it and be the best Impact – you see the resultso Empowerment programs Leader selection and assessment Democratic decision procedures Shared leadership responsibilities Self governing group- Leader attitudes toward participation and delegationo Capacity – can they tolerate the participationo Information sharing – how much can be sharedo Participation – are they good at participationo Control – what level of control are they willing to release?These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute.- Encouraging Participationo Encourage people to express their concernso Describe a proposal as tentativeo Record ideas and suggestionso Look for ways to build on ideas and suggestionso Be tactful in expressing concerns about suggestions- What is delegation?o Advantages? Time saving Labor savingo Disadvantages?- When are you given directions?o How do you like your directions given? List form Based on monuments or landmarkso What do bosses do wrong? Not fully explain Not give time for questions Be vague- Practical tips for participative leadershipo Don’t assume people will participateo Understand the relationship between employee maturity and participationo Sometimes employees will practice reverse delegationo Assign responsibility for results (not effort)o Don’t make someone guess what you expecto Assign responsibilities equitablyo Avoid assigning tasks irrelevant to the position-


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