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Situational Leadership : 

Situational Leadership "Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.” JFK

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Overview Directive and Supportive Behavior Leadership Variables Situational Leadership II Model

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Directive & Supportive Behavior

Directive/Task Behavior : 

Involves: Clearly Telling People What to Do How to Do It Where to Do It When to Do It And Then Closely Supervising Their Performance Directive/Task Behavior

Supportive/Relationship Behavior : 

Supportive/Relationship Behavior Involves: Listening to People Providing Support and Encouraging Their Efforts Facilitating Their Involvement in Problem Solving and Decision Making

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Leadership Variables

Leadership Variables : 

Follower Boss Associates/Peers Organization Job Demands Time Leadership Variables

Interim Summary : 

Interim Summary Directive/Supportive Behavior Leadership Variables

Situational Leadership Model : 

Situational Leadership Model

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Subordinate’s Development Level : 

9 Subordinate’s Development Level Competence: Task, Knowledge and Skills Commitment: Motivation and Confidence

Levels of Development : 

15 Levels of Development D1 - “Enthusiastic Beginner” D2 - “Disillusioned Learner” D3 - “Reluctant Contributor” D4 - “Peak Performer”

Levels of DevelopmentD1Low Competence, High Commitment : 

Levels of DevelopmentD1Low Competence, High Commitment “Enthusiastic Beginner”

Levels of DevelopmentD2Some Competence, Low Commitment : 

Levels of DevelopmentD2Some Competence, Low Commitment “Disillusioned Learner”

Levels of DevelopmentD3Moderate to High Competence, Variable Commitment : 

Levels of DevelopmentD3Moderate to High Competence, Variable Commitment “Reluctant Contributor”

Levels of DevelopmentD4High Competence, High Commitment : 

Levels of DevelopmentD4High Competence, High Commitment “Peak Performer”

Levels of Development : 

15 Levels of Development D1 - Low Competence, High Commitment “Enthusiastic Beginner” D2 - Some Competence, Low Commitment “Disillusioned Learner” D3 - Moderate to High Competence, Variable Commitment “Reluctant Contributor” D4 - High Competence, High Commitment “Peak Performer”

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Development Level is Task Specific!

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Directing : 

19 Directing High Directive, Low Supportive Leader Defines Roles of Followers Problem Solving and Decision Making Initiated by the Leader One-way Communication

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20 DEVELOPMENT LEVEL OF FOLLOWER(S)

Coaching : 

21 Coaching High Directive, High Supportive Leader Now Attempts to Hear Followers Suggestions, Ideas, and Opinions Two-way Communication Control Over Decision Making Remains With the Leader

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Supporting : 

23 Supporting High Supportive, Low Directive Focus of Control Shifts to Follower Leader Actively Listens Follower Has Ability and Knowledge to Do the Task

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Delegating : 

25 Delegating Low Supportive, Low Directive Leader Discusses Problems With Followers Seeks Joint Agreement on Problem Definitions Decision Making Is Handled by the Subordinate They “Run Their Own Show”

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What Happens If We Have a Mismatch of Leadership Style With Development Level?

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Tell Them What You Want Them to Do Show Them What You Want Them to Do Let Them Try - There Is Some Risk Observe Performance - Focus on the Positive Manage the Consequences Increasing Follower Development Level

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Tell Them What You Want to Do Show Them What You Want to Do Let Them Try – There is Some Risk Observe Performance – Focus on the Positive Manage the Consequences Five Step to Training Winners

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The Leader’s Goal Build Your Follower’s Development Level So You Can Start Using Less Time-consuming Styles (S3 and S4) and Still Get High Quality Results.

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Situational Leadership is not something you do “TO” people but something you do “WITH” people.

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Directive and Supportive Behavior Leadership Variables Situational Leadership II Model SUMMARY "Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work." -- Thomas Edison

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34 "Washington [D.C.] is a city of Southern efficiency and Northern charm." JFK