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LEADERSHIP. Leadership Styles. The Technocrat The Artist The Craftsman. The Technocrat . Has strong sense of bottom line Figures out numbers and strategy more than figuring out people “my way or the highway” Likes to hear themselves talk People follow bc they are scared

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leadership styles
Leadership Styles
  • The Technocrat
  • The Artist
  • The Craftsman
the technocrat
The Technocrat
  • Has strong sense of bottom line
  • Figures out numbers and strategy more than figuring out people
  • “my way or the highway”
  • Likes to hear themselves talk
  • People follow bc they are scared
  • Logic over emotion
  • Intense, detail-orientated, hard headed
  • Refusing to compromise
the artist
The Artist
  • Leads by imagination and intuition
  • Has a big picture mentality
  • Invites others to share ideas and isn’t afraid to show emotion and laughter
  • Unpredictable and daring
  • Goes after new ideas and new perspectives
  • People follow bc they are fascinated with the artist and go along to be a part of the unique possibilities that might result
the craftsman
The Craftsman
  • Leads by common sense and integrity
  • Can be trusted, good listener
  • Caring, logical, values getting the job done
  • Refuses to sacrifice people, their views, and their values
  • Predictable and seems to “have it all together”
  • Ventures into creative thinking, but realistic
  • Skilled at decision making
learning styles
Learning Styles
  • Discussion
  • Logic
  • Design
  • Emotion
  • A good leader knows that before there can be effective motivation, there must be effective communication
learning style 1 discussion
Learning Style #1-Discussion
  • Meaningful discussion
  • Lots of dialogue and feedback
  • Getting everyone’s opinion is important to them
  • Loves to brainstorm, or throw many ideas out onto the table
  • Enjoy discussing each item before making a decision
learning style 2 logic
Learning Style #2- Logic
  • “just the facts” approach works best
  • Stresses analysis, organization, and approach focusing on “good sense.”
  • Some members of this group, not impressed by a lot of talk, are genuinely interested when they hear a direct, logical, to-the-point plan of action.
learning style 3 design
Learning Style #3- Design
  • Need to see and hear how the “big picture” fits together
  • Includes engineers and other builders and designers
  • Encouraged when the leader presents a clear picture of relationships and shows how the different parts are all going to work together as a smooth running unit
learning style 4 emotion
Learning Style #4- Emotion
  • Hands-on approach
  • Do best when their leader is energetic and fired-up
  • Enthusiasm is contagious
  • Need a leader who shows the group that he or she is emotionally involved in a project
so learning styles help leaders
So learning styles help leaders….
  • Communicate with their followers
  • Use the learning styles to choose your way to lead
plank 1 the leader has a sense of vision
Plank 1: The leader has a sense of vision….
  • Having vision is when you have the ability to see more than just the obvious
  • This helps leaders to see the big picture and figure challenges out
  • Enables a leader to spot a need that must be met, create a product or program that has tremendous possibilities
  • Goal: look at situation and step back and consider another perspective
plank 2 a leader is willing to act
Plank #2 A leader is willing to act!
  • Leaders are doers! They take action!
  • They get the job done and do it well
  • Goal: when leadership is needed, take charge!
  • Start off with saying something like… “Here’s what we now need to do.”
  • Let your spoken words show that you are not afraid of a challenge and that you will act on getting the task completed
plank 3 a leader makes good decisions
Plank 3: A leader makes good decisions…
  • Nothing will kill the credibility of a leader than indecisiveness.
  • But you should never just make A decision, you should make the RIGHT decision.
  • Make sure you’re knowledgeable about the issues and the people involved
  • Make decisions in the correct order
  • Be aware of potential risks
  • Goal: when communicating to your group focus on what, why, and how!
plank 4 a leader can handle conflict
Plank 4: A leader can handle conflict…
  • #1 most important plank
  • Working well and making others feel good about themselves and the group
  • The leader has to manage conflict in the group
  • Conflict management: the ability to turn a potentially negative situation into a positive one.
  • Goal: Praise others efforts~happy people create happy situations.
plank 5 a leader works to avoid pitfalls
Plank #5 A leader works to avoid pitfalls…
  • Thinking about potential problems ahead of time will help stop it before it begins
  • Don’t be afraid to fail- take chances!
  • Pay attention to details- it keeps you organized!
  • Don’t forget the human factor
  • Listen to others
plank 6 a leader knows how to motivate
Plank#6: A leader knows how to motivate!
  • Motivation is personal
  • What works for some, might not work for all
  • Be creative and spontaneous
  • They are everywhere
  • Female, male, old, young, rich, poor, and from many different ethnic groups