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Chapter 11Leadership and Trust : 

FOM 11.1 Chapter 11Leadership and Trust

Learning Outcomes : 

FOM 11.2 Learning Outcomes Define leader and explain the difference between mangers and leaders Summarize the conclusions of trait theories of leadership Describe the Fiedler contingency model Summarize the path-goal model of leadership (continued)

Learning Outcomes(continued) : 

FOM 11.3 Learning Outcomes(continued) Explain situational leadership Discuss the qualities that characterize charismatic leaders Describe the skills that visionary leaders exhibit Explain the four specific roles of effective team leaders Identify the five dimensions of trust

Slide 4: 

FOM 11.4

Slide 5: 

FOM 11.5 Trait Theories of Leadership

Identifiable Leadership Behaviours : 

FOM 11.6 Identifiable Leadership Behaviours Behaviors go beyond looking at traits: Autocratic Centralize Authority, Limit participation Democratic Full participation, discussion, etc Laissez-faire Gives team members full freedom

Charismatic Leadership : 

FOM 11.7 Charismatic Leadership Self-confidence Vision Ability to articulate a vision Strong convictions Extraordinary behaviour Appearance as change agent Environmental sensitivity

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FOM 11.8 Extend the Vision Explain the Vision Express the Vision Visionary Leadership

Entrepreneurs and Visionary Leadership : 

FOM 11.9 Entrepreneurs and Visionary Leadership Leader of a jazz ensemble Draws out the best of everyone Driving force through the early stages of the venture

Leadership Issues : 

FOM 11.10 Leadership Issues National culture Emotional intelligence Self-awareness Self-management Self-motivation Empathy Social skills Substitutes for leadership

Trust: The Essence of Leadership : 

FOM 11.11 Trust: The Essence of Leadership Integrity Competence Consistency Loyalty Openness

Trust as the Foundation ofLeadership : 

FOM 11.12 Trust as the Foundation ofLeadership Willing to be vulnerable Ability to gain knowledge and creative thinking In times of change and instability, people turn to personal relationships

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