IUB SPH-R 311 - Leadership theories (6 pages)

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Lecture number:
3
Pages:
6
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Indiana University, Bloomington
Course:
Sph-R 311 - Management in RPT
Edition:
2

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SPH R 311 Edition 1nd Lecture 3 Outline of Last Lecture I Introducing Management A Working Today B Organizations in the New Workplace C Managers in the New Workplace D The Management Process E Learning How to Manage II Management Learning Past to Present A Classical Management Approaches B Behavioral Management Approaches C Modern Management Foundations III 10 Things Only Bad Managers Say Outline of Current Lecture I Leadership Theories A Trait Theories B Attribution Theories C Behavioral Theories D Contingency E Situational F Participative G Transactional H Relationship or transformational II Leadership Styles A Autocratic B Democratic C Laissez faire III Service Sectors A Public B Non profit C Commercial Current Lecture I Leadership Theories A Trait theories Leadership is a function of an individual s characteristics or traits Great Man theory of leadership explained leadership by focusing on the greatness of the leader male perceived as virtuous magnanimous famous born with the characteristics Different trait theories depending on the culture Trait profile of a leader is possible but there is limited scientific support B Attribution theory Explains leadership through the belief that leadership is attributes to one who looks and acts like a leader To how people tend to attribute good leadership to a leader of a group that has done something well regardless of the leaders actual impact Attributions are judgments or evaluations of another person May be based on fact perceptions feelings stereotypes C Behavioral theory Encompasses those ideas that explain leadership on the basis of behaviors exhibited by the leader An effective leader will manifest certain leadership behaviors at a particular time Act as a leader to be perceived as one Four primary leader tasks making decisions influencing people building relationships and giving seeking information D Contingency Theory Explained leadership in terms of an individual s style of leadership and the response of the group



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