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Lecture 2

MGMT 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Transactional Leadership, Charismatic Authority


Department
MGMT
Course Code
MGMT 110
Professor
Betty
Lecture
2

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Managing Leading and Coaching
Leaders are ambitious, knowledgeable, strict but fair
Leadership styles
Laissez-faire
Hands-off
Positive or negative
Freedom
Democratic/participatory
Everyone decides
Involvement
Empowerment
Authoritarian
Do as I say
Rule driven
May create fear
Managing: planning, organising, directing and controlling
Leading: communicating, motivating, encouraging and involving people
Coaching: developing, enhancing competencies and capabilities through constructive
suggestions and encouragement
Skills of leaders of the future
Trust of followers to leader
Authentic character (genuinity)
Clearly defined purpose and values
Empathy (understanding) → human connection
Desire to build capacity → be a teacher
Devotion to interests of others
Justifying actions and decisions→ reflects values
Curiosity
Mindfulness
Leading
Managing
Interpersonal aspects
Ability to change, adapt and sustain
Big picture level – establishes direction
(provides a vision for what the
organisation has become; institutes
strategies, goals, and measures for
getting there)
Aligns people (communicates the
direction and builds a sense of
community; elicits cooperation and
teamwork; keeps key people motivates
to support the initiative)
Motivates and inspires (mobilises
people to carry out the new vision;
energises people to overcome barriers
to change; creates a sense of purpose
and meaning)
Does the right things
Administrative aspects
Order, consistency and probability
Planning and budgeting (establishes
detailed time tables and steps for
getting desired results; allocates
needed resources; carries out
administrative duties)
Organising and staffing (creates a
structure for carrying out the plan,
staffing the plan, delegating
responsibility, and providing policies
and procedures)
Controlling and problem solving
(monitors results; solves problems;
makes corrections for deviations
from the plan)
Does things right
Theories of leadership
Great man/woman traits → “leaders are born, not made
Adaptable to situations
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