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Intro to Leadership

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Department
Management Sciences
Course Code
MSCI 411
Professor
Shannon Hartling

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Intro to Leadership – May 6, 2013 Define: Leadership  Taking the initiative and getting people to see the same visions and goals as you  Management of people and fostering relationships with people underneath you  Guiding and re-directing  Delegation of tasks  Managing power dynamics  Time management, lead by example.  Leadership is getting things done with people o Inherently social and communicative o Lead in organizations, communities, families, friends o Not necessarily being in charge and not always top- down Considering our own Communication practices  First understand who we are and how we communicate before getting things done by other people – our sources of power Key Concepts  Relationship between self and others o All communication (except intrapersonal communication) involves two or more participants. o All of us are members of many different groups – families, cultures, communities, organizations, disciplines, that shape our communication.  Responsibility o Empowering and motivating others o Ethical communicators – essential honesty, “saying the right thing”, ownership and responsibility (follow through on promis
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