- Created by: finleyyy
- Created on: 31-01-20 16:13
- Set objectives
- Analyse data or information
- Lead staff
- Make decisions
- Review decisions
- Review decisions and outcomes to consider the need for adjustment
Managers vs Leaders
- Managers direct vs leaders help
- Managers are risk averse- avoid them vs leaders look for opportunities and will break conventions to take advantage of a percieved opportunity
- Management skills can be seen as a subset of leadership skills
- Leaders have visions vs managers implement a leader's vision
- Autocratic/authoritarian- tells other people what they want. Tells them what to do. A dictator. Not interested in listening. Have a view and opinion on what should happen and try to enforce that. Some- persuasive (tell and sell), some- this is the only way (tell). Have all the power and control.
- Laissez-faire- ‘leave alone’. Trusts their employees to know how to do the job and be motivated, don’t need to be managed.
- Democratic- opposite of autocratic. Allows the majority view to decide what will happen- a vote. Ask for opinions. About having a cohesive group. Sometimes seen as weak as they’re not opinionated.
- Maternal- motherly. Interested in emotions/feelings. Nurturing. Take an interest in people as people. How they feel, support them.
- Paternal- fatherly. Observes, consult/listen, makes a decision on the best interest of the workers.
- Consultative- between autocratic and democratic. Listens and asks for opinions and ideas, but…