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LEADERSHIP. Articles: “Effective Leadership in a Changing World” by Glenn Boseman , DBA, CLU, CLF “Are You a Trandformational Leader?” by Howard R. Bromley and Victoria A. Kirschney -Bromley. Definition of Leadership.

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Articles:“Effective Leadership in a Changing World”by Glenn Boseman, DBA, CLU, CLF“Are You a Trandformational Leader?”by Howard R. Bromley and Victoria A. Kirschney-Bromley.

definition of leadership
Definition of Leadership
  • Winston Churchill defined leadership as the ability to influence people to set aside their personal concerns and support a larger agenda.
  • Effective leaders motivate people to perform above and beyond the call of duty in order to enhance group success.
effective leadership
Effective Leadership
  • Two Issues:
    • Defining the real job of a leader
    • Evaluating two types of leaders
      • Transactional
      • Transformational
defining the real job
Defining the real job:
  • Leadership is not defined by a persons traits but by how an individual utilizes the traits.
  • The major defined traits are:
    • Intelligence
    • Dominance
    • Sociability
    • Self-monitoring
    • High energy
    • And Self-confidence
what do leaders do
What do leaders do?
  • Leaders are responsible for achieving performance through the efforts of others.
    • They do this through:
        • Positively energizing others
        • Having the courage to make difficult decision
        • The ability to execute
research project
Research Project:
  • Four characteristic that followers seek in a leader:
    • Honest
    • Forward looking
    • Inspiring
    • Competent
    • (Research done by : Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner)
evaluating leadership styles
Evaluating leadership styles:
  • Two leadership styles are transactional and transformational.
  • Transactional leader builds important influence components between the leader and followers.
    • The leader understands the benefit of good relationships.
      • Leaders reward for performance.
      • They manage by exception (putting out fires and taking necessary corrective action.)
transformational leaders
Transformational Leaders:
  • Advanced by James McGregor Burns in 1978.
  • A transformational leader acts to maximize the needs of the follower.
  • The term stems from the ability to inspire and develop people as resources and move them to a higher state of existence.
transformational traits
Transformational Traits:
  • A transformational leader is one who:
    • Creates and articulates a vision.
    • Provides a role model.
    • Provides individualized support.
    • Communicates high performance expectations.
    • Encourages the acceptance of group goals.
    • Provides intellectual stimulation.
in summary
In Summary:
  • The outcome of a transactional leadership is that the follower will deliver only performance that is expected and rewarded by the leader and no more.
  • The outcome of the transformational leadership is that the follower will perform beyond the stated level of expectation.