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LEADERSHIP LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT ARE INTERRELATED CONCEPTS BUT THEY ARE NOT SYNONYMOUS.

Lead – means to show, mark the way or guide the course – show the way to others by going ahead of them – command others: to control, direct, or command others.

CHARISMATIC THEORY the charismatic leader inspires others by obtaining emotional commitment from followers and by arousing strong feelings of loyalty and enthusiasm Charisma is elusive and others may not sense it

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TRAIT THEORY LEADERSHIP requires ability to: 1. Guide (others or team) 2. Achieve (personal or common goals) 3. Motivate (subordinates or organization) 4. Influence (person or group) 5. Think (unit or globally) 6. Active (pro-active rather than indecisiveness) 7. Nurture (growth and staff development) Remember: GAMITAN this theory maintains that traits are inherited but later suggested that traits could be obtained through learning and experience Research were able to identify some traits that are common to good leaders (intelligence, personality, and abilities)

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LEADERSHIP TRAITS 1. Leaders need to be more intelligent than the group they lead 2. Leaders must possess initiative 3. Creativity is an asset. 4. Emotional maturity with integrity. 5. Communication skills are important (verbal and written) 6. Persuasion often is used by leaders to gain the consent of the followers 7. Leaders need to be perceptive 8. Leaders participate in social activities

LEADERSHIP – ability to lead: ability to guide, direct, or influence people Leadership – the interpersonal process that involves motivating and guiding others to achieve goals. LEADERSHIP – as affecting people so that they will strive willingly toward group goals. the process of persuasion and example by which an individual induces a group to take action that is in record with the leader’s purposes or the shared purposes of all. Leading – is the process of ensuring that personnel do what they are supposed to do in order to accomplish the goals of the organization!

SITUATIONAL THEORY the traits required of a leader differ according to varying situations. a person may be a leader in one situation and a follower in another because the type of leadership depends on the situation

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SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES THEORIES OF LEADERSHIP GREAT MAN THEORY (aristolian philosophy) this theory argues that a few people are born with necessary characteristics to be great. uses instrumental and supportive leadership. it suggests that leadership cannot be developed. 1. clarifying expectations of staff associates 2. scheduling work 3. making assignments 4. determining procedures 5. setting standards

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RN Maeshiel P. Lima. Tupas. Fred Fiedler identified 3 aspects of a situation that structure the leader’s role: 1.CONTINGENCY THEORY Leadership style will be effective or ineffective depending on the situation. task structure 3. knowing the organization 4. process-focused networking it promotes employee development attends to needs and motives of followers Inspires through optimism influences changes in optimism provides intellectual stimulation encourages follower creativity Idealized influence Inspirational motivation Intellectual stimulation Individualized consideration 5 TYPES OF KNOWLEDGE NEEDED BY A LEADER 1. Application of Leadership Theory a) Call Center (BPO) b) Nursing Education c) Nursing Services Notes prepared by GROUP 6 TRANSACTIONAL LEADERSHIP / MANAGEMENT THEORY it is a contract for mutual benefits that has contingent rewards short-lived. Ciocon. RN Ben Ryan J. RN Dwight T. RN Mary Hope A. Sauce. Saril. RN Vincent F. RN Reyval P. leader-member relations 2. position power BEHAVIORAL THEORY Highlights the importance of understanding human behavior Human behavior are complex and leaders must have a good academic preparation in behavioral sciences PATH GOAL THEORY the leader facilitates task accomplishment by minimizing obstructions to the goals and by rewarding followers for completing their tasks. RN Romeo D. RN Irvin Kho. knowing the business 5. RN Ernest John E. Torrefranca. knowing the world INTERACTIONAL / PARTICIPATIVE THEORY Interaction between person and situation Stimulus – elicits response behavior Page 2 of 2 . knowing the job 3. Siulim. Monotilla. episodic and task-based Joey P. Ciocon. Knowing oneself 2. RN TRANSFORMATIONAL / RELATIONSHIP LEADERSHIP is a cooperative.