Unit 70 - Section 2 - Leadership styles and models

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Managers - Definition
direct staff in completing tasks; lead through formal authority; focus on control, structure and systems; accepts boundaries; communicate information; react to change; exercise power over people
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Leaders - Definition
lead people by example; inspire people to convert challenges into opportunities; enables problem solving; provides vision; innovate through developing people; persuade people to make changes; inspires trust; develop power with people
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Leadership styles x 4 and their impacts
Autocratic - Paternalistic - Democratic - Laissez-faire
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Contextual factors of different leadership styles pt.1
type of setting (formal, informal); experience and technical expertise of staff; local and organisational culture (formality of working relationships, staff empowerment); type of organisation (size, structure); pressures (time, cost,
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Contextual factors of different leadership styles pt.2
resource avail+level of risk)staff motivation and initiative; nature of the business and industry (products, services, creativity, innovation, technologically driven, professionalism); impact of trade unions & staff associations;availability ofexpert
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Maslow Hierarchy of Needs Theory
PS Love Se Sa
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Herzberg Two Factor Theory
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Mayo’s Human Relations Theory
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Frederick Taylor’s Scientific Management theory:
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Application of Motivation Theories in the workplace pt.1
Democratic leadership; provision of social activities; competitive remuneration packages (pay, fringe benefits, contract); emphasis on learning and personal development; use of groups and teamwork;
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Application of Motivation Theories in the workplace pt.2
Personalised incentives schemes; open communications; effective performance management; job enlargement; job rotation; job enrichment; delegation; recognition and reward systems
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lead people by example; inspire people to convert challenges into opportunities; enables problem solving; provides vision; innovate through developing people; persuade people to make changes; inspires trust; develop power with people

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Leadership styles x 4 and their impacts

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Contextual factors of different leadership styles pt.1

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