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Organizational behavior 7e by luthans chapter 14

Leadership Roles Are
Changing In The New
Environment
What skills do leaders/managers need to be
successful and effective?


What do managers/leaders do?
Traditional/Classic Activities:
 Planning
 Organizing
 Leading
 Controlling

More Recent Additions:
 Communication
 Networking


What Do Leaders/Managers Do?
Results of a Study of Effective and Successful Leaders



Relative Distribution of Managers’ Activities


What Do Successful
Managers/Leaders Do?
 Of the four major activities, only
networking had a statistically
significant relationship with
success.
 Human resource management
activities made the least relative
contribution.


What Do Effective
Managers/Leaders Do?

The opposite!


What should organizations do
about this paradox?
Pay attention to reward
system/compensation structure


Authentic Leadership – Bill
George
March 23 - Senior Writer Diane Brady talks to
former Medtronic CEO Bill George about his
insightful book on how to become an authentic
leader and the factors that send even
accomplished leaders astray. In True North, a
follow-up to Authentic Leadership, George
looks at the various factors that go into
achieving authenticity on the job and staying
focused on what matters

http://feedroom.businessweek.com/?fr_story=63bef5
b71b8cd4ebe416cc3d7c523134d61162e4&rf=sitemap


Leadership Skills What skills do leaders need?
Whetten and Cameron Model – Personal and Interpersonal


Leadership Skills What skills do leaders need?
Whetten and Cameron Model – Personal and Interpersonal


What Skills Do Leaders Need To
Be Effective and Successful?
Cultural flexibility
Communication skills
HRD skills
Creativity
Self-management learning


The 10 Leadership Behaviors that represent the
most effective style of today’s leaders/managers
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Vision
Passion
Confidence, determination, persistence
Image building
Role modeling
External representation
Expectations of and confidence in
followers
8. Selective motive arousal
9. Frame alignment
10. Inspirational communication


The Role of Humor and Fun
 Humor and fun may play a role in
leader effectiveness.


Leadership and Emotions – Dan
Hill

http://feedroom.businessweek.co
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Leadership Development
Lessons on Leadership - Jack Stahl:
Former Coca-Cola president and Revlon
CEO Jack Stahl talks with senior writer
Diane Brady about what he has learned
in senior leadership positions, and how
others can apply that to their careers.

http://feedroom.businessweek.co
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Authentic Leadership
Development (ALD)
The process that draws upon a
leader’s life course, psychological
capital, moral perspective, and a
“highly developed” supporting
organizational climate to produce
greater self-awareness and selfregulated positive behaviors, which
in turn fosters continuous, positive
self-development resulting in
veritable, sustained performance.


Coaching
 The goal of effective coaching is
to change behavior.
 The Seven Principles of Effective
Executive
Coaching/Organizational
Consulting:
http://pinkmagazine.com/resources/
career/7_principles_coaching.html


The five key leadership roles that
will be essential in the next decade
1.A strategic vision to motivate and inspire
2.Empowering employees
3.Accumulating and sharing internal knowledge
4.Gathering and integrating external information
5.Challenging the status quo and enabling
creativity


Red Cross President Is Ousted
Over Relationship With Employee
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB119619004451105488.html?mod=djem_jiewr_be
SUMMARY: The American Red Cross ousted its president, Mark Everson, after
learning that he had engaged in a "personal relationship" with a subordinate
employee. The board "concluded that the situation reflected poor judgment on
Mr. Everson's part and diminished his ability to lead the organization in the future."
QUESTIONS:
1.) Why do you think the Red Cross has had rapid turnover in its top positions
based on, in this case, inappropriate relationship and with the past two
presidents, conflict and friction with the board if governors?
2.) Most non-profit organization do not develop formal ethics programs similar
to corporate ethics programs. Why do you think non-profits feel that they do
not need to manage organizational ethics?
3.) In this case, is there anything the Red Cross could have done to prevent Mr
Everson from creating a situation that damages the reputation of the Red Cross?



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