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University of Toronto Mississauga
Dave Swanston

Chapter 10 Notes – Leadership - Leadership; process of motivating, influencing, and directing others in organization to work productively in pursuit of organization goals - Effective leadership; ability of a leader to get high performance from subordinates o Power-influenced perspective  Also rely on power that flows from expertise, network of allies o Trait perspective  Most traits are present, some are acquired through knowledge  Strategic Thinking; cognitive ability to analyze complex situation, abstract from it, and draw conclusions about best strategy to follow  Achievement Motivation; unconscious concern for achieving excellence in accomplishments through one’s individual efforts  Power Motivation; unconscious drive to acquire status and power to have an impact on others  Charisma; ability of people to charm or influence others o Behavior perspective  People-oriented behavior; leadership style that includes showing mutual trust and respect for subordinates, demonstrating genuine concern for their needs, and having desire to look out for their welfare  Task-oriented behavior; leaders who assign employees tasks, clarify work duties and procedures, and push them to reach performance capacity o Contingency perspective (Fiedler’s Theory)  Leader-member relations; how well followers respect, trust, and like their leaders
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