ADM 2336 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Work Unit, Transformational Leadership, Active Management

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Leadership: the use of power and influence to direct the activities of followers toward goal achievement. Leader member exchange theory: a theory describing how leader member relationships develop over time on a dyadic basis. Role taking: the phase in a leader follower relationship when a leader provides an employee with job expectations and the follower tries to meet those expectations. Role making: the phase in a leader follower relationship when a follower voices his or her own expectations for the relationship, resulting in a free-flowing exchange of opportunities and resources for activities and effort. Leader effectiveness: the degree to which the leader"s actions result in the achievement of the unit"s goals, the continued commitment of the unit"s employees, and the development of mutual trust, respect, and obligation in leader member dyads. Leader emergence: the process of becoming a leader in the first place.

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