Managerial & Leadership Styles

By:Prof Sundeep Bedi Valuevarsity

Who Are You? ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Get work done Follow rules Focus on profits Good organizer Maintain status quo Have good control of subordinates Efficient working Detailed steps and timetables Focus on present Avoid risks Know How & When to do things Encourage compliance with standards Find new ways Make new rules Long term vision More interested in the future Show direction Challenge old methods Trust people & subordinates Seek change Effective working Know what & why things are done ‡ Open to new ideas ‡ Accept challenges ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ .

Managers & Leaders ‡ Managers instruct while leaders inspire. ‡ Managers rely on authority while leaders rely on influence. ‡ Managers design rules while leaders develop people. .

Leadership Theories ‡ Trait Theories-Personal qualities ‡ Behavioral Theories-Behaviors matter ‡ Contingency Theories-Situations determine style .

Leadership Styles ‡ Coercive: emphasis on immediate compliance from employees ‡ Authoritative: emphasis on following rules and obeying orders ‡ Benevolent:emphasis on generosity ‡ Affiliative: emphasis on creating harmony ‡ Democratic: emphasis on group consensus and generating new ideas ‡ Pacesetting: emphasis on accomplishing tasks to high standards ‡ Coaching: emphasis on professional growth of employees .

high relationship-unable & willing ‡ Participating-low task.high relationship-able & unwilling ‡ Delegating-low task low relationship-able & willing .Situational Leadership Model± Hershey & Blanchard ‡ Telling-high task low relationship-unable & unwilling ‡ Selling-high task.

Deterrence.social skills ‡ Mentoring-a support system employees.Issues in Leadership ‡ Trust-People are not likely to look up or follow someone they perceive as dishonest or who is likely to take advantage of them.self awareness.knowledge. self-motivation. ‡ Self Leadership-Help others to lead themselves ‡ Ethical Leadership ‡ Online Leadership .self management.Identification ‡ Inspiration-Charisma. ‡ EI.Empathy.Transformation.

Power & Politics ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Formal Power Coercive Power Reward Power Legitimate Power Information Power Personal Power ±Expert power. Referent Power. Charismatic Power .

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