LEADERSHIP

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What theory suggests leaders are born?
Great Man Theory
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What is Trait Theory?
People are born with traits some of which are suited to leadership.
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Who identified 4 primary traits used by leaders in order to succeed or fail?
McCall and Lombardo (1983)
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What 4 traits were identified by McCall and Lombardo?
1. Emotional stability 2. Admitting errors. 3. Good interperdonal skills. 4. Intellectual breadth
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Outline Role Theory
People define roles for themseleves and others based on social learning theory, expectations are formed around those roles and people act around adopted roles.
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A leaders concern for their people and the work being done is known as...
The Managerial Grid.
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Outline Participatice Leadership
INvolvement in decision making improves understanding of the issue. Joint goals = more collaborative, less competitive.
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How many leadership styles did Lewin establish?
3
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Autocratic Leaders...
Take on all decisions without consulting others.
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Democratic Leaders...
Involves people in the decison making.
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Laissez-faire Leaders...
Minimalise leaders involvement in decision making.
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What are the 4 leadership styles established by Likert?
1. Exploitive authoritative. 2. Benevolent authoritative. 3.Consultative. 4.Participative.
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What is situational Leadership?
Best actions of leader depend on the situation.
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Who established the Normative Model?
Vroom and Yetton
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What is the Normative Model?
Decision acceptance increases commitment and effectiveness of action.
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What is contingency theory?
The leaders ability to lead is contingent with various situational factors.
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What does LPC stand for?
Least Prefferred Co-Worker
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What 3 key factors drive effective styles accorsing to LPC?
1. Relationships. 2.Power. 3. Task Structure.
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What is transactional Leadership?
People are motivated by punishment and reward.
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What is LMX theory?
Leader-member exchange theory.
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Explain LMX Theory...
LMX theory describes how leaders in groups maintain position through multiple implied exchange agreements with members.
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What are the 3 stages of LMX?
1. Role taking. 2. Role making. 3. Routinisation
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What is Transformational leadership?
People follow who inspires them.
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