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Most organizational-development studies identify 6 types of leaders. The Manipulator The Bureaucrat The Whiz-Bang Manager The Transforming Leader The Charismatic Leader The Servant Leader .

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most organizational development studies identify 6 types of leaders
Most organizational-development studies identify 6 types of leaders.
  • The Manipulator
  • The Bureaucrat
  • The Whiz-Bang Manager
  • The Transforming Leader
  • The Charismatic Leader
  • The Servant Leader

To hear these leaders in their own written “voices,” seehttp://www.engr.utexas.edu/ethics/leader/lesson1/perspectives.cfm

See also Ethics and Leadership: Putting Theory into Practice, William D. Hitt

the manipulator the end justifies the means
The Manipulator:The end justifies the means
  • Gain as much power as possible
    • Information
    • Resources
    • Support
  • Manipulate others
  • Avoid being manipulated yourself
  • Maximize your authority
  • Seek passive subordinates
  • Radiate self-confidence
  • Never commit completely and irrevocably
the bureaucrat rules are rules
The Bureaucrat:Rules are rules
  • Structure your organization around a hierarchy of offices
  • Give each employee a clear job description
  • Govern with fixed, exhaustive rules
  • Communicate and enforce the rules
  • Give promotions and raises based on seniority, achievement, or both
  • Hire employees on the basis of qualifications only
the whiz bang manager management is a profession
The Whiz-Bang manager:Management is a profession
  • Use human, physical, and financial resources efficiently
  • Manage like an orchestra leader
  • Plan, organize, recruit and develop staff, communicate, motivate, measure
  • Measure success in results
  • Set goals and make a plan for achieving
  • Make management your profession
  • Study management practices and principles
the transformer leadership based on relationship between leader and follower
The Transformer:Leadership based on relationship between leader and follower
  • Take pleasure in growth of others
  • View others in terms of potential
  • Identify and appeal to values and motives of followers
  • Elevate values and motives of followers
  • Motivate through empowerment
  • Coach rather than discipline
  • Help others become leaders.
two more
The charismatic leader

Leads by sheer power of personality, enthusiasm, persuasiveness, magic?

More style than content

The servant leader

Reversal of roles of leader and follower.

Leadership based on altruism

Two more . . .
evaluating different styles of leadership more questions
Evaluating different styles of leadership: More questions
  • Which type of leader would you like to work for? Why?
  • If you were a CEO, which type of leader would you like to have working for you? Why?
  • Which leadership styles require the most interpersonal skills, like listening, caring, etc.? What does that tell you about their ethical content?
  • Are different styles right for different situations?
  • What is your definition of ethical leadership now?