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What does authentic leadership focus on?
whether leadership is real
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what are the 4 components of authentic leadership?
self awareness, internalized moral perspective, balanced processing and relational transparency.
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what does internalized moral perspective refer to?
using morals to guide them rather than external pressures
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what does balanced processing refer to?
being objective and considering others
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what does relational transparency refer to?
sharing your true self with others
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what are the 3 factors influencing authentic leadership?
psychological capacities, moral reasoning and critical life events
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What does Robert Terry's practical approach focus on answering?
what's really going on + what we're going to do about it.
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How do you use Robert Terry's authentic action wheel?
you locate where on the wheel the problem is, then you find the response to the problem.
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In Robert Terry's authentic action wheel what 6 areas could the problem be in?
mission, power, structure, resources, existence and meaning.
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If the problem is in the mission, what is the response in?
goals, objectives and desires
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If the problem is in the power, what is the response in?
energy, motivation and control
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If the problem is in the structure, what is the response in?
systems, policies and procedures
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If the problem is in the resources, what is the response in?
people, information or capital
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If the problem is in the existence, what is the response in?
history and identity
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If the problem is in the meaning, what is the response in?
values, ethics and principles
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According to Bill George's practical approach what does an authentic leader who understands their purpose indicate?
passion
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According to Bill George's practical approach what does an authentic leader who has strong moral values indicate?
behaviour
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According to Bill George's practical approach what does an authentic leader who has trusting relationships indicate?
connectedness
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According to Bill George's practical approach what does an authentic leader whodemonstrates self discipline indicate?
consistency
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According to Bill George's practical approach what does an authentic leader whoacts from their heart indicate?
compassion
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what are 3 strengths of authentic leadership?
fills the need for trustworthy leadership, clearly shows what needs to be done to become an authentic leader, the theory suggests authentic leadership is available to everyone.
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what are 3 weaknesses of authentic leadership?
the practical approach isn't substantiated by research, the moral component isn't fully explained, it's not clear how the outcomes are positive for organizations.
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What is a team?
it's a group composed of interdependent members with common goals who coordinate themselves to achieve these goals
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What are the 8 characteristics associated with team excellence?
clear goals, a results driven structure, competent team members, unified commitment, a collaborative climate with trusting relationships, high standards, external support and effective team leadership/
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what are the leadership decisions of the team leadership model?
does the problem need to be monitored or does action need to be taken? do you need to focus on task or relational needs? Are internal or external actions appropriate?
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What can internal actions be?
task or relational
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what are 2 examples of task actions?
goal focusing, training
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what are 2 examples of relational actions?
coaching, satisfying needs
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what are 2 examples of external actions?
networking and negotiating support
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what are 3 strengths of team leadership?
focuses on real life organization groups, shows how to maintain + create effective teams, takes changing roles into account
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what are 2 weaknesses of team leadership?
only lists some skills used in decision making ,takes time to employ as it's complicated.
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What has the glass ceiling theory been replaced with?
the leadership labyrinth
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Why has the glass ceiling theory been replaced?
because the leadership labyrinth gives the impression of a journey full of challenges which can be navigated by women
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Are women just as effective as men as leaders?
Yes. But women are disadvantaged in a masculinized leadership role
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What do women have slightly less of?
work experience and employment continuity due to child bearing as well as domestic duties
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Why are gender biases detrimental to female leaders?
it puts pressure on the few female leaders, the qualities in leadership clash with female qualities.
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what are 3 strengths of women and leadership?
shows gender barriers, a universal leadership style will prevent gender appropriate leading, understanding the labyrinth helps us combat it.
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what are 2 weaknesses of women and leadership
research is in western societies, other issues of diversity also need emphasis.
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what is culture?
the learned beliefs, values, rules, norms, symbols and traditions that are common to a group of people.
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what is the middle easts perfect leader?
self protective, relatively humane oriented, relatively autonomous
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what is confucian asias perfect leader?
team and human oriented, has a strong interest in protecting their position as a leader
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what is southern asias perfect leader?
self protective, relatively charismatic and humane oriented
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what is latin americas perfect leader?
charismatic, team oriented and have a strong interest in protecting their position as a leader
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what is nordic europes perfect leader?
charismatic and participative.
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what is eastern europes perfect leader?
independent and protects their position as a leader
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what is sub saharan africs perfect leader?
humane oriented ,charismatic and team oriented
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what is latin europes perfect leader?
charismatic, team oriented, participative, protects their position as a leader
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what is germanic europes perfect leader?
autonomous, relatively charismatic and participative
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what is anglos perfect leader?
charismatic, participative and humane oriented
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what are 3 strengths of culture?
globes findings are valuable, illustrates how much leadership is affected by culture, huge sample in the globe study.
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what are 2 weaknesses of culture?
no single theory was formed and the questions represented the 6 leadership behaviours vaguely.
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What two things do ethical theories focus on?
either on a leaders conduct or character
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ethical theories on conduct can be split into?
those looking at consequences of actions / the duty governing the leaders actions
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Summarise Ethical Egoism...
it focuses on the conduct of leaders and the consequences their actions bring. People need to act in a way that makes the best results for themselves
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Summarise Utilitarianism...
It focuses on the conduct of leaders and the consequences that their actions bring. It suggests that people should act in a way that creates the best results for as many people as possible.
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Summarise Altruism...
This theory focuses on leaders conduct and the duty which governs the leaderrs actions. It suggests that actiosn are moral if their purpose is to promote the best interests of others.
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summarise virtue based theory...
people need to learn certain virtues in order to become a good and worthy human being
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what are the 5 princiles of ethical leadership?
respect others, serve others, show justice, manifest honesty, build community.
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what are 2 strengths of leadership ethics?
high demand for it, research suggests that ethics should be considered in ledership
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what are 2 weaknesses of eladership ethics?
ethics are in the early stages of development, most theories are based on personal opinion.
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