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Leadership:

Leadership By: Tori Slayton, Lizzy May & Phillip Moore

Introduction:

Introduction

Authentic Leadership:

Authentic Leadership Refers to individuals who: Know and understand themselves Consistent in values and beliefs Encourage others These leaders: Are real Stay true to their values and beliefs Are true to themselves

Authentic Leadership:

Authentic Leadership Values: No layoff policy No pay cuts Southwest Airlines has stayed true to these values and beliefs the entire 45 year history of the company! This has lead to: Employees who are happy, motivated and loyal Strong culture Exceptional customer service Financial success for the company Ability to provide lower airfare Gary Kelly – CEO of Southwest Airlines

Interactive Leadership:

Interactive Leadership Interactive Leaders: Favor a collaborative process Work well with others Concerned about relationships, not power and authority Good social and emotional skills Tend to be females Characteristics of Interactive Leaders: Empathy Humility Inclusiveness Patience Vulnerability Generosity Flexibility

Interactive Leadership:

Interactive Leadership Values: Engage employees Show genuine care for employees and customers Enjoys time spent with employees and customers Leadership approach is about collaboration Great communication skills Cindy Szadokierski – former VP of Operations for United Airlines at O’Hare International Airport

Servant Leadership:

Servant Leadership Servant leaders put their people first and foremost, evident through ten critical characteristics: Listening intently and fully to others Empathy : striving to understand others Healing: the ability to recognize how the leader might help others Awareness: general and self-awareness Persuasion: seek to convince rather than coerce, commitment vs. compliance Conceptualization: ability to bring ideas to fruition Foresight: ability to predict likely outcomes, thinking ahead Stewardship: recognizing role in the community Commitment to the growth of the people: personally as well as professionally Building community: regardless of company size, commitment to “family feel”

Advantages to Servant Leadership:

Advantages to Servant Leadership Diversity Loyalty Involvement Productivity

Disadvantages to Servant Leadership:

Disadvantages to Servant Leadership False Premise Lack of Authority Limited Vision

Servant Leader:

Servant Leader Mother Teresa Through her faith, Mother Teresa dedicated her life to serving other people Like other servant leaders, she had her critics from time to time, but there was no one who could question her motives behind her desire to help others She never sought personal recognition, though she insisted on significant changes and was not afraid to express opinions that others would hesitate to say Many call her to become a saint, with a life that many people consider as a miracle

Charismatic Leadership:

Charismatic Leadership Refers to as “A fire that ignites follows’ energy and commitment, producing results above and beyond the call of duty” (491). A charismatic leader has the ability to inspire their employees to go above and beyond in all of their duties despite obstacles and personal sacrifice.

Charismatic Leader:

Charismatic Leader Steve Jobs His energizing personality and his refusal to “sell out” made all of his employees want to be around him and want to be more like him. They wanted to share the same dream that he had.

Transformational Leaders:

Transformational Leaders Similar to charismatic leaders, but they are distinguished by their special ability to bring out innovation and change by recognizing their followers needs and concerns. Transformational leaders make a significant change in both followers and the organization.

Transformational Leader:

Transformational Leader Martin Luther King Jr. He made a difference in his followers He made a difference in his cause He made a difference everywhere he went because he was a transformational leader

Followership:

Followership Along with these great leader types comes followership. Even the greatest leaders cannot get anything accomplished without effective followers. Everyone in the organization is a leader or a follower.

Good Leader vs Good Follower:

Good Leader vs Good Follower There are some differences between a good leader and good follower, but overall they possess the same qualities The main difference is the leader needs to be forward thinking, whereas the follower needs to be dependable The leader needs to be inspiring, the follower needs to be cooperative The leader needs to be intelligent, the follower needs to be loyal

Works Cited:

Works Cited Ferch, S. R. & Spears, L. C. (2011). The spirit of servant leadership. New York, NY: Paulist Press Kuhnert, D. (2016). Servant Leadership . Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse.

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