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Strategic Leadership and Governance. Module One, Lecture Three: Leadership. Professor Kerry E. Howell. What is Leadership?. Leadership and Culture Double Meaning of Leadership Generalist or Specialist Necessity of Groups. Stoghill. Process or Act of Influencing Related to the Group

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strategic leadership and governance

Strategic Leadership and Governance

Module One, Lecture Three: Leadership

Professor Kerry E. Howell

what is leadership
What is Leadership?
  • Leadership and Culture
  • Double Meaning of Leadership
  • Generalist or Specialist
  • Necessity of Groups
  • Process or Act of Influencing
  • Related to the Group
  • Responsible and Accountable
  • Power, Influence, Objectives and Groups
  • Leadership and Followership
leadership and management
Leadership and Management
  • Leadership refers to a process
  • Implies legitimacy
  • Defined in terms of goal attainment
  • How do leaders gain legitimacy?
perspectives on leadership
Perspectives on Leadership
  • Universal Traits
  •  Universal Behaviours
  • Contingent/Situational Traits
  • Contingent/Situational Behaviours
types of leadership theory
Types of Leadership Theory
  • Trait
  • Emergent
  • Transformational
  • Transactional
  • Democratic
  • Autocratic
  • Servant
transformational and transactional leadership
Transformational and Transactional Leadership
  • Transactional involves an exchange between leaders and followers
  • Transformational develops and changes behaviour and deals with values and ethics
  • Leaders and followers inextricably linked.
democratic and autocratic leadership
Democratic and Autocratic Leadership
  • The function of leadership in a democratic context is facilitating those acts that assist the group in achieving desired outcomes and ensure behaviours that sustain the democratic process. Leadership is about the dispersion rather than concentration of responsibility.
  • Autocratic leadership involves the rule of one and decision-making undertaken by the leader without necessary consultation.
  • So might it not be best to say
  • That leaders too, have feet of clay
  • And any claim to lead is hollow
  • Unless the troops consent to follow?
  • If not, I think the special pleaders
  • Should find another word than leaders!
  • (Ramsbottom, B. The Bottom Line: A Book of Business Ballads. London: Century Hutchinson).
references and further reading
References and Further Reading
  • Adair, J. (2002) Effective Strategic leadership. McMillan
  • Ardono, T. (1950) Democratic Leadership and Mass Manipulation in Studies in Leadership (Ed) Gouldner, A. W. pp 418-35. New York: Harper and Bros.
  • Baker, A. (1982) The Problem of Authority in Radical Movement Groups. Journal of Applied Behavioural Science, 18. 323-41.
  • Barnard, C. (1948) Organization and Management. Harvard University Press: Cambridge Mass USA.
  • Bass, B.M. (1990) From Transactional to Transformational Leadership: Learning to Share the Vision. Organisational Dynamics, 18, 19-31.
  • Burns, J. M. (1978) Leadership. Harper Row.
  • Grint, K (1997) Leadership. Oxford University Press.
  • Green leaf (2002)Servant Leadership: a Journey into the Nature of Legitimate Power. Paulist Press.
  • Hesse, H. (1993) The Journey East. Picador.
references and indicative reading
References and Indicative Reading
  • Krech et al (1962) The Individual in Society. Mgraw Hill.
  • Kuhnert, K. W. and Lewis, P. (1987) Transactional and Transformational Leadership: A Constructive/Development Analysis. Academy of Management Review, 12(4) 648-657.
  • Nagel, J. H. (1987) Participation. Englewood Cliffs New York: Prentice Hall.
  • Northhouse, P. G. (2004) Leadership Theory and Practice. Sage.
  • Price, T. L. (2008) Leadership Ethics. Cambridge University Press.
  • Schein, E. H. (1997). Organizational Culture and Leadership. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass
  • Stoghill, R. M. (1950) Leadership, Membership and Organisation. Psychological Bulletin No 47 pp 1-14
  • Stoghill, R. M. (1948) Personal Factors Associated with Leadership. Journal of Psychology. 25, 35-71
  • Western, S. (2008) leadership: A Critical text. Sage.
  • White, R.K., & Lippitt, R. (1960). Autocracy and democracy: An experimental inquiry. New York: Harper.
  • Williams, R. (1981) Culture. Fontana Original

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