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Chapter 8 Leading Change. Learning Objectives. Define effective leadership. Explore the difficulty of enacting effective leadership. Delineate the tasks associated with leading change. Analyze the requirements for developing future leaders in an organization. . Building a Vocabulary.

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Chapter 8

Leading Change

Rupak Rauniar, Organizationl Change


Learning objectives
Learning Objectives

  • Define effective leadership.

  • Explore the difficulty of enacting effective leadership.

  • Delineate the tasks associated with leading change.

  • Analyze the requirements for developing future leaders in an organization.

Rupak Rauniar, Organizationl Change


Building a vocabulary
Building a Vocabulary

  • Formal leader: an individual who is granted authority, usually based on hierarchical position, in an organization.

  • Leadership: actions that mobilize adaptive behavior within an organization.

“Formal leaders have important roles to play as decision-makers, resource-allocators, and occasionally even company symbols.”

“Think of leadership as an intervention into the organization designed to impact the behaviors of others.”

“Effective leadership can be exercised at all levels of an organization.”

“Effective change leadership mobilizes adaptive behavior on the part of organizational members.”

Rupak Rauniar, Organizationl Change


Core tasks of change leadership
Core Tasks of Change Leadership

Rupak Rauniar, Organizationl Change


Building a vocabulary1
Building a Vocabulary

  • Organizational purpose: a clearly articulated and well-defined ambition for the organization.

“A widespread and common understanding of organizational purpose allows employees to exercise greater autonomy in moving the change effort in its desired direction.”

Rupak Rauniar, Organizationl Change


Shared purpose supports change
Shared Purpose Supports Change

Rupak Rauniar, Organizationl Change


Building a vocabulary2
Building a Vocabulary

  • Stretch goals: clearly articulated and challenging performance expectations.

“Effective change efforts are built on a drive to achieve outstanding performance.”

Rupak Rauniar, Organizationl Change


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Building a Vocabulary

  • Upward communication: the flow of information from lower to higher hierarchical levels in an organization.

“Effective leadership involves listening, engaging, and learning as well as communicating.”

“Particularly in situations of strategic renewal and change, formal leaders need to learn about how their effects are proceeding by mutual engagement with employees at all organizational levels.”

“Take specific steps to ensure that communications is moving both upward and downtown.”

Rupak Rauniar, Organizationl Change


Building a vocabulary4
Building a Vocabulary

  • Emotional bond: a relationship between individuals and their organizations based on a deeply felt commitment to the organization’s purpose and goals.

“If employees are committed to their organization emotionally as well as instrumentally, they are more likely to engage in required behavioral changes.”

Rupak Rauniar, Organizationl Change



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