Leadership Theories. Andrea Reger. Trait Approach Skills Approach Style Approach Situational Approach Contingency Theory Path-Goal Theory. Leader Member Exchange Transformational Transactional Team Leadership. Theories. Style Approach. Emphasizes the behavior of the leader
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Leader Member Exchange
Leader Behavior Description Questionnaire (LBDQ) - composed of 150 questions
Found that there are two general types of leader behavior
Initiating structure - task behaviors
Consideration- relationship behaviors
Research identified two types of leadership behaviors
Employee orientation- behavior of leaders who approach subordinates with strong human relations emphasis (similar to consideration)
Production orientation- leadership behaviors that stress the technical and production aspects of a job (similar to production orientation)
Blake and Mouton’s Managerial Grid
Four Leadership Styles
High supportiveHigh Directive and
And low directive High Supportive
Low Supportive andHigh Directive and
Low Directive Behavior low supportive
Four Development Levels
Low competence variable competence
and some commitment and high commitment
High commitment and High commitment and
high competence some competence
What is the task I need to ask the subordinates complete?
How complex is the task?
Are the subordinates sufficiently skilled to complete the task?
Because of budget restrictions imposed on your department it is necessary to consolidate. You are thinking of asking a highly capable and experience member of your department to take charge of the consolidation. This person has worked in all areas of your department and has the trust and respect of most of the staff. She is willing to help with the consolidation.
Northouse, P.G. (2007) Leadership Theory and Practice. Sage Publications, Inc. Thousand Oaks, CA.