a) Describe one attribute or capacity of servant leadership and explain how and where you might apply this principle at work or in a community setting you are familiar with. What impact would this leadership style have on the setting? b) Evaluate the following perspective: Although servant leadership is often associated with
Complete a one-page journal of how the information within the readings in this module relate to your own leadership. Have you been involved in Groupthink? Do you consider yourself narcissistic? What can you do to overcome some of your shortfalls in your leadership? See the attached word document for relevant information.
1.) What is the relationship between the emerging leadership theories? What do they have in common? In what ways are they different? Which leads to more effective leadership? 2.) How might you compare servant leadership to other scholarly leadership theories and models of leadership? 3.) What are the goals of transformatio
In terms of talking about teams, what is your reaction to the statement "Two Heads Are Better Than One?" It can be argued that leaders may have other competing priorities and distracted from the team. With this statement in mind, should the team have and follow one leader or multiple leaders? What is the benefit of having one
It is often said that people are not loyal to organizations, they are loyal to their direct supervisor. Many times when a good leader leaves an organization to move on to another organization, he/she takes at least one or two good employees along, because those employees have grown loyal to that boss - not necessarily to the org
1. Trace the history of women in international leadership positions during the last three decades and discussed the environments the women were successful in (feminine countries versus masculine countries). 2. Analyze and justify the situation regarding women leaders 10 years down the line and gave reasons for your choice.
Complete a one-page journal of how the information within the readings in this module relate to your own leadership. How do you see yourself within your organization as it relates to motivating others and changing behavior of others? Are you an effective follower?
Describe soft-skills and hard-skills. Give an example of each. Why do people need soft skills in an era of high technology?
What is the importance of understanding the elements or factors that make a good leader? How do the approaches that you have covered seek to explain what comprises effective leadership? Give some examples.
The secret to being a successful manager is to use good communication skills that create a positive image. What are three leadership styles? Give examples of each. Select a leadership style you feel comfortable with as an employee and explain why.
Leadership Case (Case adapted from Leadership: Research Finding, Practice, and Skills (4th Edition), DuBrin, A.J. Houghton Mifflin, pp. 130-132.) Westport Industries, a major manufacturer, is trying to close a major contract with Sync Industries to purchase one of its subsidiaries that doesn't seem to fit well with Syncs's ot
Consider the different leadership styles outlined below. What are some of the representative behaviors associated with each style of leadership? What are some of the benefits and drawbacks to each particular style? 1.) Task vs Person Leadership 2.) Transactional vs Transformational Leadership 3.) Active vs Passive Leadersh
The case scenario was: You have just become the supervisor of a new department. What can you do to make the department and its employees more organized? Discuss appointment tools, organization skills, and management strategies. This solution is over 350 words and thoroughly addresses what a supervisor, new to an employee gro
Research three of the different leadership development approaches (team building, outdoor leadership development and succession planning) to find out more about your selected programs. Write a comparison of these approaches including their strengths, appropriate uses and obvious limitations.
1. What explanation would you offer to show how the style approach works? In what situations do you think leaders need to be more task oriented, and when do they need to be more relationship oriented? Support with examples. 2. Identify and discuss the three-skills approach and provide one workplace example where they ca
To be the leader company , there are many factors combine to become sucess Teamwork is the one factor that help the company to be competitive advantage than other. The leader should tell the the subordinate about the statement , vision or goal of company. How to get or accomplish them. Try to make environment in workplace is freedom to speak and open-mind. It make everyone fill free to speak and express the idea. Teamwork is the important factor that persuade everyone to get the final goal. According to environment change the leader should understand and can be adjust or flexible to them. To make understanding among the team should do it. Training program is the important as well. To update something new for changing thing that happened How does a leader engage others in preparation of a change? Some of the things to keep a business competitive and moving their organization forward is as follows: Keeping the vision first and foremost in the minds of everyone that is part of the organization. Use the top down stratgey which encompasses everyone but management has to understand first and helps others to understand any changes within the company. Communication Be open to change and adjustment for the betterment of the organization. A leader must also do their homework by being associated with social networks which can give a feel of changes or concerns that other organizations may have encounterd or resolutions. Engage everyone in future collection of information, planning, evaluation and development. Always keep in mind that an organization isn't run by one individual but by a team of inidividuals to accomplish the end result.
To be the leader company , there are many factors combine to become sucess Teamwork is the one factor that help the company to be competitive advantage than other. The leader should tell the the subordinate about the statement , vision or goal of company. How to get or accomplish them. Try to make environment in workplace is fr
Getting to know a job candidate is essential for the organization to gauge how well a "fit" the person is to the company's culture. When a prospect will be in a managerial role, it is vital to know how the person will engage and monitor the performance of others. The solution provides six interview questions and why each relates
o What is the impact of leadership? Discuss your beliefs on leadership. What experiences have shaped your beliefs? How did your experiences form your opinion on leadership?
o What is the impact of leadership? Discuss your beliefs on leadership. What experiences have shaped your beliefs? How did your experiences form your opinion on leadership? o Distinguish between the differences of a good manager and a great leader. o Assume you have just been offered two jobs and you are faced with the d
Leadership VS Management and Leaders as motivators. You may include graphs, data, photographs, and other information as needed. Discuss: Leaders as motivators and Leadership VS Management
1. Do you agree that consultants' roles and leaders' roles can be described adequately in this matrix? 2. Don't organizations seek to hire "experts" to help solve problems? On the other hand, don't consultants often sell themselves as "experts?" What's the danger in that approach? 3. How can organizations and consultan
Whether it is a project or process, what do you think is the role of the leadership that can help sustain the change? What image could be the predominant one to help sustain the change?
What do you see as the role of the business leaders to sustain change? Usually, you will find naysayers...how do you handle this kind of people so you can sustain change?
1. Identified at least three candidates as viable contenders for the position and provided a rationale for selecting them. 2. Analyzed and determined specific development opportunities to enhance each candidate's ability to perform the responsibilities of your position. 3. Analyzed and explained how each development oppo
Some PEOPLE SAY THAT there is a difference. Northouse also says there is a difference. Management and leadership are often confused and this course will help you understand how they come together within organizations. The Northouse article provides a comparative look at the differences between the functions of leadership and m
Discuss one of strengths and limitation related to demonstrating counseling techniques and skills. Then, explain one way a student counselor could reinforce his/her strength and address the limitation. Be specific. Offer an explanation of how a student counselor could continue to hone the counseling techniques and skills th
Being a leader; the use of power starts with the leader. People have varying comfort levels using power. Determine which mode of power most leaders are comfortable with comfortable with. Power Modes Coercive Power Reasonable time used to successfully to complete: Reasonable time used to complete unsuccessfully:
Discuss as part of the Authentic Leader Interview Assignment, which is based on this workshop's required reading in Harvard Business Review: Discovering Your Authentic Leadership. Interview three (3) leaders, with at least one of those leaders being from an organization or institution other than the student's own workplace. The questions for the leader interview have been adopted from the HBR article and include the following: a. Which people and experiences in your early life had the greatest impact on you? b. What tools do you use to become self-aware? c. How would you describe your authentic self? d. What are your most deeply held values? How do your values inform your actions, possibly providing an example? e. What motivates you extrinsically and intrinsically? How do you balance extrinsic and intrinsic motivation in your life? f. What kind of support team do you have? g. What does being authentic mean in your life? Have you ever paid a price for your authenticity as a leader? h. What steps have you taken to develop your authentic leadership? (George et al., 2007, p. 134) Summarize the authentic leader interview findings, the resulting leadership principles, identified, and insight regarding discovery of personal authentic leadership.
Discuss as part of the Authentic Leader Interview Assignment, which is based on this workshop's required reading in Harvard Business Review: Discovering Your Authentic Leadership. Interview three (3) leaders, with at least one of those leaders being from an organization or institution other than the student's own workplace. T
Conflict management system: Analyze an organizational conflict in the news and explain if leaders are using fight or flight responses.
Choose an organizational conflict in the news. Analyze the situation and explain if the leaders are using fight or flight responses. Support your response. If you were consulting with this firm, how would you apply the characteristics of a conflict management system? Explain how you would utilize the six practical principles in
1. What is the role of Organization Development vis-a-vis organizational leadership? 2. Who best implements change at the leadership level? Is it up to Organizational Development to point out the need for change? Or is it best initiated by the leaders themselves?
Building Your TPOV - Reflect on the critical life experiences that have shaped one into the leaders we are today.
Reflect on the critical life experiences that have shaped one into the leaders we are today. Consider your chosen team, group, or organization to determine your organization's story: Who are we? Based on who we are and where we are as a group, consider where we are going. Determine and describe: Why does your chosen team or o