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Org Leadership Chapter 3 notes

by: Kaylee Baker

Org Leadership Chapter 3 notes Org 200

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Intro and basics to theories
Intro to Organizational Leadrship
Dr. Mann
Class Notes
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kaylee Baker on Wednesday August 31, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Org 200 at Arizona State University taught by Dr. Mann in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see Intro to Organizational Leadrship in Buisness at Arizona State University.


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Date Created: 08/31/16
8/30/16 ch.3 Leadership Behavior (pg. 48­60)  Summary   Early research focussed broadly on task­ oriented behaviors and relationships. Studies  were conducted to compare two types of behaviors with criteria of leadership. Studies were then conducted to compare both behavior and the criteria of leadership effectiveness such as how  happy coworkers are. Effective leaders have concern for task objectives and interpersonal  relationships and use appropriate behavior for situation.   ● Participative Leadership ­ several types of decision procedures used. ● Change oriented leadership­ used to influence innovation,collective learning and  successful changes. ● Transformational Leadership­ mix of relations and change behaviors ● Boundary­spanning behaviors­ interactions with peers,superiors, and outsiders  by use of networking,environmental scanning, and representing  Taxonomies= classification  Karasmatic=outgoing/personality Broad Behavioral Categories      3 categories of behavior (need to know)                                 Other Broad Behaviors Categories  1. Task Behavior                                      1. Participative leader­  empowering/democratic 2. Relations Behavior                               2. Transformational leadership­ visionary 3. Change­ oriented behavior  Methods  ● Survey (most effective) ● Experiment­ field  ● Description methods­ ○ Diaries ○ Reports  ○ interview Understanding Different ways to classify Behavior  Broad categories                                        Specific Categories  ● Task                                                 ­ planning activities  ● Relations                                          ­supportive leadership  ● Transformational Leadership           ­developing subordinate skills Change­  ● Understanding environment  ● Adapt to environment  ● Implementing change  Task, relation, change  all affect one another  


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