Lecture 13 - Leadership
Lecture 13 - Leadership ORSC 1109
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Date Created: 03/07/16
Leslie Ogu ORSC 1109 03/07/2016 Power, Control, Leadership Leadership ● People believed successful leadership was based on: ○ Traits ○ Behavior ○ Situational ○ Transformation ● Traits ○ Cognitive Capacity ■ “smarter people” tend to make better leaders ○ Social Capacity ○ Personality ○ Expertise ● Behavioral ○ Leaders that get their followers to act a certain way ○ Task People & Change ○ Short & Long Term ● Situational ○ Leaders that arise in certain situations ○ Similar to contingency ○ Problem Solving ● Transformational ○ Goal of leaders is to transform their followers ○ Charisma ■ goals of the organization ■ higherorder needs ● appeal to the intellectual interests of and things that are internally motivating to the followers ■ ethics ○ Socialized v. Personalized ■ Socialized changing people for the greater good ■ Personalized changing people for your own good Uncertainty ● Examples include lack of knowledge, lack of resources, etc ● More concrete, taskorientated forces when there is more uncertainty ● Related to transformational and influences whether transformations are needed or not Does Leadership Matter? ● No Environment ● Yes but within certain environmental situations ○ Leaders do have an impact in the organization but they can still end up making a decision that fails miserably Who Decides Who Leads? ● Individuals ● Situation ○ Who emerges as leaders in different types of situations ● History
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