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What is the main focus of the path-goal theory?

What is the main focus of the path-goal theory?

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School: University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign
Department: Agricultural and Environmental Plant Sciences
Course: Intro to Leadership Studies
Professor: Lisa burgoon
Term: Spring 2017
Tags: aged260 and UIUC
Cost: 50
Name: AGED260 Final exam review
Description: These notes cover what's going to be on the final exam.
Uploaded: 04/30/2017
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• Using the major components of the theory—how does the path-goal theory work?




What are the major components of path-goal theory?




What is the main focus of the path-goal theory?



AGED 260 Exam 3 Review Sheet All videos shown in lecture are important to our course learning and have potential to be integrated into  exam questions. Northouse Chapter 6 (chapter 7 in 6th edition (Path-Goal Theory) • Define the Path-goal theory. What is the main focus of the path-goDon't forget about the age old question of sco 1000
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al theory? What are the major  components of path-goal theory? • Identify and describe the four leader behaviors. • Identify and describe the subordinate characteristics. • Identify and describe the task characteristics. • Using the major components of the theory—how does the path-goal theory work? (think about  Table 7.1) What behaviors are used in relation to the subordinate and task characteristics? • What assessment corresponds to the Path-goal theory? What did the scores on the assessment  mean? • What are the main strengths and criticisms of Path-Goal theory? • What “Candle Problems” did Dan Pink talk about in the video we saw in class? How do these  candle problems relate to the main focus and components of path-goal theory? • How is path-goal similar to or different from other theories/approaches in the Northouse text? Northouse Chapter 8 (chapter 9 in 6th Edition) (Transformational Leadership) • Define transformational leadership. What are the basic idea(s) behind the Transformational  Leadership theory?  • What are the three categories of leadership described by Burns, 1978? • What is charisma? How is charisma integrated into transformational leadership?  • What are the four factors that determine/comprise Bass’s Model of Transformational Leadership? o How are they defined? • What are the two factors included in Bass’s Transactional Leadership model? o How are they defined? • What factor is termed the non-leadership factor in Bass’s model? • How effective are Bass’s factors in having transformational effects on followers?1 • What are the main strengths and criticisms of Transformational Leadership? • How is Transformational leadership similar to or different from other theories/approaches in the  Northouse text? Northouse Chapter 10 (Servant Leadership) • Define/describe Servant Leadership. What is the main focus of servant leadership and what are  the main key points of servant leadership theories/concepts? • What is the paradox of servant leadership described in the text and class notes? • Servant leadership has been viewed as a trait or behavior. In this course and the text, which view  of servant leadership is expressed? Please explain. • Identify and explain all parts of the three main components (Antecedent conditions, 7 servant  leader behaviors and outcomes) of the Model of Servant Leadership by Liden. • What assessment corresponds to Servant Leadership? What did the scores on the assessment  mean? • What are the main strengths and criticisms of Servant Leadership? • How is servant leadership similar to or different from other theories/approaches in the Northouse  text? Social Change Model of Leadership Development • What are the goals of the social change model of leadership development (SCM)? • List and describe each of the three levels and the 7 key values (the “Cs”) that correspond to each  level in this model • What is the “hub” of the model? What is the importance of this “hub” to the model as a whole? • Which leadership theories from the Northouse text share key components with the Social Change  Model? Northouse Chapter 16 (chapter 15 in 6th edition) (Culture and Leadership) • What are the six primary dimensions of diversity? What are some of the secondary dimensions of  diversity? Use the Social Identity-Diversity Wheel in lecture notes to identify these dimensions. • Define the following terms: o Culture o Multicultural o Diversity o Ethnocentrism2 o Prejudice • List and describe the power distance, gender egalitarianism and humane orientation classifications of cultural dimensions identified by the GLOBE research project.  • Describe the six global leadership behaviors identified by the GLOBE research project. • What are some of the universally desirable leadership attributes identified by House and the  GLOBE studies that we have addressed throughout this course? • What are some of the universally undesirable leadership attributes found in the GLOBE studies? Northouse Chapter 13 (chapter 16 in 6th edition) (Leadership Ethics) • Name and describe the two domains of ethical theories.  • Describe ethical egoism, utilitarianism and altruism. • Describe the ends-based, rule-based and care-based principles of ethical decision-making.  • What are the four main questions to ask when making important ethical decisions? • Briefly describe the Five Principles of Ethical Leadership. • Describe how ethics is central to leadership. • Describe the Toxic Triangle and the effect of toxic leaders on the workplace. • How does ethics and ethical leadership integrate with our course theories, concepts and definition  of leadership? Course Summary Think about all of the theories we have discussed in this course. What do these theories share, what makes  them different from one another? How do the theories connect or relate to Northouse’s definition of  leadership?3

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