Home
Search results “Style theory in leadership”
5 Different Types of Leadership Styles | Brian Tracy
 
07:58
The job of the leader is to get things done by leading others to success. today I want to talk to you about how you can use 5 different leadership styles to inspire your team to deliver their peak performance. http://bit.ly/2q6ZLWG Click the link above to discover your areas of strengths as a leader so that you can leverage them to increase the success of your team. 50% OFF my brand new leadership course, "Think Like a Leader:" http://bit.ly/leader-styles-discount “Leadership is the ability to get extraordinary achievement from ordinary people.” @BrianTracy (Click to tweet: http://ctt.ec/16dbd) ___________________ Learn more: Subscribe to my channel for free offers, tips and more! YouTube: http://ow.ly/ScHSb Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BrianTracyPage Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/BrianTracy Google+: +BrianTracyOfficialPage Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/BrianTracy Instagram: @TheBrianTracy Blog: http://bit.ly/1rc4hlg leadership style, leadership quotes, leadership qualities, leadership training, how to be a good leader, leadership skills,
Views: 137361 Brian Tracy
Ten Leadership Theories in Five Minutes
 
05:05
"There's nothing so practical as a good theory." Here are ten of them, summarized by Professor Michael Zigarelli, for those who want to lead more effectively.
Views: 575901 Christianity 9 to 5
Leadership Styles: Blake Mouton Managerial Grid
 
05:12
The Blake Mouton Managerial Grid is outlined in this short revision video.
Views: 40057 tutor2u
Leadership Theories vs  Management Styles
 
07:59
BUS 285 - Rappahannock Community College
Views: 9732 Regina Leigh
OPD4835 - Situational Leadership
 
04:15
A breakdown of the Situational Leadership Model.
Views: 101451 Matt McKinney
Leadership Styles: Which Type of Leader Are You?
 
02:50
Leadership Styles: Discover the transactional and transformational leadership styles. Video explores the differences in the two leadership styles. Which one are you? Find out at: http://traininaday.com/leadership-courses/leadership-skills/
Views: 246998 Train in a Day
Leadership Styles Autocratic Democratic Laissez-Faire
 
04:08
Leadership styles like autocratic, democratic, and laissez-faire styles in the workplace have different strengths and weaknesses. Which leadership style or type of manager are you? This video looks at each style and touches on how each one has some usefulness depending upon the situation. FREE 7 Instant Tips for Confident & Composed Public Speaking http://bit.ly/2M1NfVE-SpeakingTips The video mainly compares and contrasts autocratic style vs. democratic style of leadership and touches briefly on the laissez-fair style. Autocratic Leadership = Boss-centered leadership with a high power distance between the leader and the employees. Democratic Leadership = Team-centered leadership. The leader seeks input on decisions and delegates. Laissez-faire Leadership = Hands-off leadership. In the French it means "Let do." In other words, let the people do as they choose.
Lewin's Leadership Styles Framework
 
01:30
Chances are, you've worked for a wide variety of leaders during your career. Some might have been excellent, while others may not have been effective at all. You might even have experienced a boss who was great in some situations and bad in others, because he or she used the same leadership style each time. It's important to understand your own natural leadership style, so that you can adapt your approach to fit your situation. It's also helpful to know which leadership behaviours to avoid. https://www.brightonsbm.com/news/lewins-leadership-styles-framework/
MBA 101 Leadership, Fiedlers Contingency Theory
 
08:09
This is by far the most interesting concept I have come across. Reason being it took me a very long time to decipher the information because every article I read talks about how good or bad the model is but does not give explanation how to use it. I tried various books, videos, research article, youtube and found that everyone is reiterating the same information. I then reached out to my online facilitator at AIB Dr Aaron Wijeratne who broke it down with using any academic nuances. He also provided examples which reinforced the learning. Finally, I had my “eureka” moment. Let’s dive in on how this model works. If you remember the last couple of videos we discussed about Situational Leadership and Path theory which dealt with how to be an effective leader based on changing situation. In this video we will explore the Fiedlers Contingency Model and how it can highlight the most effective leadership style to use in different situations. ============================= SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/Can-Indian channel.. ============================= TO FIND OUT MORE about me please visit www.I-CanIn.com Follow me on Facebook @yesIcanandIwill Follow me on Twitter @CanindianM Follow me on Instagram @CanindianM
Views: 21143 Can-Indian Channel
MBA 101 Leadership, Situational Leadership Contingency Model
 
07:36
In this video we are going to look at the one of the Contingency Theories of Leadership which is situational Leadership Model. There will be another video highlighting the Path-Goal Theory Model and the Fiedlers Contingency Model, please feel free to watch them, its segregated in a folder MBA 101: Leadership in this youtube channel. Situational Leadership simply states that there is no one best leadership style for all sitautions. The leadership style that is best for a particular situation depends on the employees skill set and attitude. The situational leadership has evolved over time and we are going to look at the model created by Paul Hersey and Kenneth Blanchard. Thank you for watching this video, this was made for the MBA 101 course: Leadership, please feel free to check out other sections of this course. ============================= video hosting sites: - youtube.com - vimeo (video) - wistia - dailymotion ============================= SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/Can-Indian channel.. ============================= TO FIND OUT MORE about me please visit www.I-CanIn.com Follow me on Facebook @yesIcanandIwill Follow me on Twitter @CanindianM Follow me on Instagram @CanindianM
Views: 21922 Can-Indian Channel
Likert's 4 style Leadership
 
04:25
Likert's 4 style Leadership
Views: 2712 Education is Power
Leadership with its theories in hindi
 
09:11
Thank you friends to see my video Plz like subscribe and share my video and connect with me through Facebook page Fb Page :- https://www.facebook.com/Only-for-commerce-student-366734273750227/ You can also connect me with my email Email address is:- [email protected] Instagram:- chanchalb1996 Prefer notes:- http://za.gl/4NRD6 mike :- https://amzn.to/2FMlERh camera stand :- https://amzn.to/2FQlx7q professional mike:- https://amzn.to/2rnUA6p camera stand:- https://amzn.to/2jyAD8U
Views: 29298 study with chanchal
Leadership Theories and Styles
 
06:55
A brief introduction to the seven theories of leadership that we cover in The Mind Lab by Unitec's 'Leadership in Digital and Collaborative Learning course. The video also covers some common leadership styles.
Views: 1150 The Mind Lab
Situational Theory of Leadership
 
04:42
The situational theory of leadership developed by Hersey and Blanchard is an interesting extension of the Leadership Grid. The situational theory focuses on the characteristics of followers as the most important element of the situation and consequently of determining effective leader behavior. The point of Hersey and Blanchard’s theory is that subordinates vary in readiness level. People low in task readiness, because of little ability or training, or insecurity, need a different leadership style than those who are high in readiness and have good ability, skills, confidence, and willingness to work. According to the situational theory, a leader can adopt one of four leadership styles, based on a combination of relationship (concern for people) and task (concern for production) behavior. The appropriate style depends on the readiness level of followers. The four styles are telling, selling, participating, and delegating. The essence of Hersey and Blanchard’s situational theory is for the leader to diagnose a follower’s readiness and select a style that is appropriate for the readiness level, such as the follower’s degree of education and skills, experience, self-confidence, and work attitudes. In today’s multigenerational workplace, with people of widely different ages and readiness levels working side by side, many leaders find that they have to use multiple styles. Hersey and Blanchard’s contingency model focuses only on the characteristics of followers, not those of the larger situation. The leader should evaluate subordinates and adopt whichever style is needed.
Views: 1830 Gregg Learning
Contingency Theory of Leadership
 
06:12
Fiedler's Theory
Views: 67930 TalentActualization
#18,leadership and it's styles(Class 12 business)
 
12:05
Class 12 business studies ... Elements of directing... Leadership... And it's types..... Mind your own business video 18
Views: 172395 Mind your own business
Behavioral Approach to Leadership: Northouse 7th ed., Ch. 4
 
13:29
This is an introduction to the Behavioral Approach (or Styles Approach) to leadership. It is based on Northouses's Leadership: Theory and Practice, 7th ed, Chapter 4. The PowerPoint can be downloaded at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/David_Dunaetz/publications
Views: 13449 David Dunaetz
Theories of Leadership
 
59:33
This Lecture talks about Theories of Leadership
Views: 5595 Cec Ugc
What is Servant Leadership?
 
02:50
We made this short video to help leaders and colleagues at Barclaycard to learn more about Servant Leadership. Our people loved it so we decided to share it with everyone. Let us know what you think, leave a comment, share your story about leadership in your organisation or team. Enjoy! About Servant Leadership: Servant Leadership is a participative form of leadership that shares some of the characteristics of transformational leadership. It blends a concern for transformation at an organisational level with individualised consideration. It emphasises the need to replace self-interest with service to others as the basis for using power. Servant Leadership is opposed to the command-and-control type of autocratic leadership. There is now a clear consensus among modern management theorists that autocratic leadership needs to be replaced by leadership that empowers workers. In today’s environment, command-and-control leadership no longer works, because leaders must earn people’s respect and trust. For us at Barclaycard, Servant Leadership: - Is about influence rather than power and control - Is about inspiration rather than position and title - Is about focusing on others’ strengths rather than weaknesses - Is about listening rather than giving orders - Is about humility rather than pride, ‘ the big picture rather than self interest - Is about long-range benefits rather than short-term profits - Is about creating new futures rather than maintaining the status quo
Views: 84627 Agile at Barclaycard
Leadership & Management Styles Episode 2
 
08:19
The Behavioural Approach to Leadership : McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y Managers Blake Mouton Managerial Grid
Views: 695 Auree deCarbon
Episode 162: The Path-Goal Theory of Leadership
 
10:22
Go Premium for only $9.99 a year and access exclusive ad-free videos from Alanis Business Academy. Click here for a 14 day free trial: http://bit.ly/1Iervwb View additional videos from Alanis Business Academy and interact with us on our social media pages: YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/1kkvZoO Website: http://bit.ly/1ccT2QA Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1cpuBhW Twitter: http://bit.ly/1bY2WFA Google+: http://bit.ly/1kX7s6P Listen to Alanis Business Academy on the go by downloading our new podcast: iTunes: http://bit.ly/1dwKyWi Stitcher: http://bit.ly/PvPjoa Tunein: http://bit.ly/1gLsDH4 What affect do subordinates and the environment have on leader behavior? Find out the answer to that question and more as we explore the Path-Goal Theory of Leadership.
Path-Goal Theory of Leadership
 
04:28
According to the path-goal theory, the leader’s responsibility is to increase subordinates’ motivation to attain personal and organizational goals. This model is called a contingency theory because it consists of three sets of contingencies—leader style, followers and situation, and the rewards to meet followers’ needs. The leader increases follower motivation by either; clarifying the follower’s path to the rewards that are available, or increasing the rewards that the follower values and desires. Path clarification means that the leader works with subordinates to help them identify and learn the behaviors that will lead to successful task accomplishment and organizational rewards. Increasing rewards means that the leader talks with subordinates to learn which rewards are important to them - that is, whether they desire intrinsic rewards from the work itself or extrinsic rewards such as raises or promotions. Path–goal theorizing can be complex, but much of the research on it has been encouraging. Using the model to specify precise relationships and make exact predictions about employee outcomes may be difficult, but the four types of leader behavior and the ideas for fitting them to situational contingencies provide a useful way for leaders to think about motivating subordinates.
Views: 4550 Gregg Learning
Traits Theory of Leadership CHAPTER 9
 
04:31
-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/youtube/ -- Create animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
Views: 13326 pkod wahid
Situational Leadership Types: Examples from Film
 
08:33
This video offers cinematic examples of Situational Leadership. The goal for viewers is to uncover which of the four types of Situational Leadership is evidenced by each clip: Directing, Coaching, Supporting, or Delegating. This video was pieced together by members of the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Doctor of Education program, Cohort IX.
Views: 109122 Cassandra Vara
Contingency Approaches to Leadership
 
03:58
The most effective leadership approach depends on many factors. Understanding the contingency approaches can help a leader adapt his or her approach, although it is important to recognize that leaders also develop their ability to adapt through experience and practice. The failure to find universal leader traits or behaviors that would always determine effective leadership led researchers in a new direction. Although leader behavior was still examined, the central focus of the new research was the situation in which leadership occurred. The basic tenet of this focus was that behavior effective in some circumstances might be ineffective under different conditions. Thus, the effectiveness of leader behavior is contingent upon organizational situations. Aptly called contingency approaches, these theories explain the relationship between leadership styles and effectiveness in specific situations. Contingency means that one thing depends on other things, and for a leader to be effective there must be an appropriate fit between the leader’s behavior and style and the conditions in the situation. A leadership style that works in one situation might not work in another situation. There is no one best way of leadership. Contingency means ‘‘it depends.’ Contingency approaches seek to delineate the characteristics of situations and followers and examine the leadership styles that can be used effectively. Leaders need to understand how leadership is often contingent on people and situations.
Views: 936 Gregg Learning
Nursing Leadership Styles. Which is your style?
 
04:54
Reference: Finkelman, A.W (2006) Leadership and Management in Nursing Findings were published by National Institute of Health and Journal of Nursing Administration.
Views: 15226 RN Krizzy
What is TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP? What does TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP mean?
 
05:07
What is TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP? What does TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP mean? TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP meaning - TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP definition - TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Transformational leadership is a style of leadership where a leader works with subordinates to identify needed change, creating a vision to guide the change through inspiration, and executing the change in tandem with committed members of a group. Transformational leadership serves to enhance the motivation, morale, and job-performance of followers through a variety of mechanisms; these include connecting the follower's sense of identity and self to a project and to the collective identity of the organization; being a role model for followers in order to inspire them and to raise their interest in the project; challenging followers to take greater ownership for their work, and understanding the strengths and weaknesses of followers, allowing the leader to align followers with tasks that enhance their performance. The concept of transformational leadership was initially introduced by James V. Downton, the first to coin the term "Transformational leadership", a concept further developed by leadership expert and presidential biographer James MacGregor Burns. According to Burns, transformational leadership can be seen when "leaders and followers make each other advance to a higher level of morality and motivation." Through the strength of their vision and personality, transformational leaders are able to inspire followers to change expectations, perceptions, and motivations to work towards common goals. Unlike in the transactional approach, it is not based on a "give and take" relationship, but on the leader's personality, traits and ability to make a change through example, articulation of an energizing vision and challenging goals. Transforming leaders are idealized in the sense that they are a moral exemplar of working towards the benefit of the team, organization and/or community. Burns theorized that transforming and transactional leadership were mutually exclusive styles. Later, researcher Bernard M. Bass expanded upon Burns' original ideas to develop what is today referred to as Bass’ Transformational Leadership Theory. According to Bass, transformational leadership can be defined based on the impact that it has on followers. Transformational leaders, Bass suggested, garner trust, respect, and admiration from their followers. Bernard M. Bass (1985), extended the work of Burns (1978) by explaining the psychological mechanisms that underlie transforming and transactional leadership. Bass introduced the term "transformational" in place of "transforming." Bass added to the initial concepts of Burns (1978) to help explain how transformational leadership could be measured, as well as how it impacts follower motivation and performance. The extent to which a leader is transformational, is measured first, in terms of his influence on the followers. The followers of such a leader feel trust, admiration, loyalty and respect for the leader and because of the qualities of the transformational leader are willing to work harder than originally expected. These outcomes occur because the transformational leader offers followers something more than just working for self-gain; they provide followers with an inspiring mission and vision and give them an identity. The leader transforms and motivates followers through his or her idealized influence (earlier referred to as charisma), intellectual stimulation and individual consideration. In addition, this leader encourages followers to come up with new and unique ways to challenge the status quo and to alter the environment to support being successful. Finally, in contrast to Burns, Bass suggested that leadership can simultaneously display both transformational and transactional leadership. According to Bass, transformational leadership encompasses several different aspects, including: Emphasizing intrinsic motivation and positive development of followers; Raising awareness of moral standards; Highlighting important priorities; Fostering higher moral maturity in followers; Creating an ethical climate (share values, high ethical standards); Encouraging followers to look beyond self-interests to the common good; Promoting cooperation and harmony; Using authentic, consistent means; Using persuasive appeals based on reason; Providing individual coaching and mentoring for followers; Appealing to the ideals of followers; and Allowing freedom of choice for followers.
Views: 8173 The Audiopedia
Transactional vs. Transformational Leadership Theory
 
03:07
Milla Inkila, Postgraduate Director in Auckland at the Mind Lab by Unitec, provides a brief overview of the Transactional and Transformational Leadership Theories. -- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/youtube/ -- Create animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
Views: 50134 The Mind Lab
Situational Leadership Theory Explained | Dr. Paul Gerhardt
 
15:37
What is Situational Leadership? How Does Situational Leadership Work? How can leaders be more effective? Great questions! Dr. Paul Gerhardt explains situational leadership in a way that takes complex theory and breaks it down for easy daily application. How you see things affects what you do, which affects what you get. When leaders are not getting the results they need from their people. It really is probably the leader's fault. Dr. Paul Gerhardt explains situational leadership to help you become more effective! This video is found at: https://youtu.be/ZihDfGBE0lM
Views: 8987 Dr. Paul Gerhardt
Authentic Leadership Theory Explained | Dr. Paul Gerhardt
 
10:22
Some leaders are liked more than others. Trust is a core factor that most leaders recognize is key to their success. Bill George is the author of Authentic Leadership one of the most contemporary theories of modern day leadership studies. Dr. Paul Gerhardt explains what authentic leadership is and teaches you how it works. This video is found at: https://youtu.be/xViCejAoWcs
Views: 2574 Dr. Paul Gerhardt
Trait Theory of Leadership - J. Tirengel & M. Wilkens, 9/2015
 
06:41
Pecha kucha style presentation of Trait Theory of Leadership based on P. G. Northouse, Leadership: Theory and Practice, 7th ed.
Views: 4714 wilkensusc
8. Leadership|Leadership Styles| Leadership Theories| Successful versus Effective Leaders|MCQs
 
34:36
In this video, I have discussed in detail about Leadership: The Tasks of a Leader; Leadership Styles; Leadership Theories; A successful Leader versus an effective Leader. Leadership topic for RBI Grade B DR Exam. Definition of Leadership Tasks/Role/Functions of A Leader Leadership Styles like: Autocratic Leadership Democratic Leadership Laissez-faire Leadership Transformational Leadership Cross-Cultural Leadership Facilitative Leadership Visionary Leadership Coaching Leadership Charismatic Leadership Leadership Theories: Great Man Theory Trait Theory Behavioural Theories Michigan Studies b. Ohio State University Leadership Studies Situational Leadership Hersey and Blanchard's Situational Leadership b. Vroom and Yetton's Normative Model House's Path-Goal Theory of Leadership Participative Leadership Lewin's leadership styles b. Likert's leadership styles Contingency Theories Fiedler's Least Preferred Co-worker (LPC) Theory b. Cognitive Resource Theory c. Strategic Contingencies Theory Transactional Leadership Leader-Member Exchange Theory 8. Transformational Leadership Bass' Transformational Leadership Theory b. Burns' Transformational Leadership Theory Kouzes and Posner's Leadership Participation Inventory Successful versus effective leaders Manager versus leader
What is TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP?
 
02:25
Download this video: https://changeactivation.com/transform-leader
Views: 205760 Gavin Wedell
Leadership Styles: Tannenbaum & Schmidt Continuum
 
03:36
This short revision video introduces and explains the basics of the Tannenbaum & Schmidt Continuum - a popular model of leadership styles.
Views: 27380 tutor2u
Behavioural leadership theories
 
02:41
Behavioural leadership theories attempt to explain that leaders have distinctive styles, that define the nature of their work. - created at http://www.b2bwhiteboard.com
Views: 40877 B2Bwhiteboard
Transactional vs. Transformational Leadership Definition
 
10:00
Transformational Leadership Vs. Transactional Leadership Definition Different managers employ distinctly different management styles, ranging from relatively hands-off, facilitative styles to autocratic, micromanaging styles. Managers can also employ different motivational strategies and techniques to boost employee performance or accomplish internal change. Transformational and transactional leadership are polar opposites when it comes to the underlying theories of management and motivation. Understanding the difference between transformational and transactional leadership is crucial for anyone pursuing a career in management. Visit http://richtopia.com/effective-leadership/transactional-myth for more info. Transactional Leadership Transactional leadership styles are more concerned with maintaining the normal flow of operations. Transactional leadership can be described as "keeping the ship afloat." Transactional leaders use disciplinary power and an array of incentives to motivate employees to perform at their best. The term "transactional" refers to the fact that this type of leader essentially motivates subordinates by exchanging rewards for performance. A transactional leader generally does not look ahead in strategically guiding an organization to a position of market leadership; instead, these managers are solely concerned with making sure everything flows smoothly today. Transformational Leadership A transformational leader goes beyond managing day-to-day operations and crafts strategies for taking his company, department or work team to the next level of performance and success. Transformational leadership styles focus on team-building, motivation and collaboration with employees at different levels of an organization to accomplish change for the better. Transformational leaders set goals and incentives to push their subordinates to higher performance levels, while providing opportunities for personal and professional growth for each employee. Related Reading: Four Elements of Transformational Leadership Advantages Both leadership styles are needed for guiding an organization to success. Transactional leaders provide distinct advantages through their abilities to address small operational details quickly. Transactional leaders handle all the details that come together to build a strong reputation in the marketplace, while keeping employees productive on the front line. Transformational leadership styles are crucial to the strategic development of a small business. Small businesses with transformational leaders at the helm shoot for ambitious goals, and can they achieve rapid success through the vision and team-building skills of the leader. Applications Different management styles are best suited to different situations. When it comes to front-line supervisors of minimum-wage employees, for example, a transactional leadership style can be more effective. Shift supervisors at a fast food restaurant will be much more effective if they are concerned with ensuring all of the various stations run smoothly, rather than spending their time thinking up better ways to serve hamburgers. On the other hand, CEOs or sales managers can be more effective if they are transformational leaders. Executive managers need the ability to design and communicate grand strategic missions, passing the missions down to transactional leaders for implementation of the details. Visit http://richtopia.com/effective-leadership/transactional-myth for more info.
Views: 28176 RICHTOPIA
Contingency Approaches in Leadership
 
12:05
The most effective leadership approach depends on many factors. Understanding the contingency approaches can help a leader adapt his or her approach, although it is important to recognize that leaders also develop their ability to adapt through experience and practice. Contingency means that one thing depends on other things, and for a leader to be effective there must be an appropriate fit between the leader’s behavior and style and the conditions in the situation. Contingency approaches seek to delineate the characteristics of situations and followers and examine the leadership styles that can be used effectively. Leaders need to understand how leadership is often contingent on people and situations. The situational theory focuses on the characteristics of followers as the most important element of the situation and consequently of determining effective leader behavior. In today’s multigenerational workplace, with people of widely different ages and readiness levels working side by side, many leaders find that they have to use multiple styles. Hersey and Blanchard’s contingency model focuses only on the characteristics of followers, not those of the larger situation. The leader should evaluate subordinates and adopt whichever style is needed. The path-goal model is called a contingency theory because it consists of three sets of contingencies—leader style, followers and situation, and the rewards to meet followers’ needs. Path–goal theorizing can be complex, but much of the research on it has been encouraging. Using the model to specify precise relationships and make exact predictions about employee outcomes may be difficult, but the four types of leader behavior and the ideas for fitting them to situational contingencies provide a useful way for leaders to think about motivating subordinates.
Views: 84 Gregg Learning
MBA 101 Leadership, Path Goal Theory Contingency Models
 
08:49
The Path-Goal model is a theory based on specifying a leader's style or behavior that best fits the employee and work environment in order to achieve a goal (House, Mitchell, 1974). The goal is to increase your employees' motivation, empowerment, and satisfaction so they become productive members of the organization. Path-Goal is based on Vroom's (1964) expectancy theory in which an individual will act in a certain way based on the expectation that the act will be followed by a given outcome and on the attractiveness of that outcome to the individual. The path-goal theory was first introduced by Martin Evans (1970) and then further developed by House (1971). The path-goal theory can best be thought of as a process in which leaders select specific behaviors that are best suited to the employees' needs and the working environment so that they may best guide the employees through their path in the obtainment of their daily work activities (goals) (Northouse, 2013). While Path-Goal Theory is not a detailed process, it generally follows these basic steps as shown in the graphic below: Determine the employee and environmental characteristics Select a leadership style Focus on motivational factors that will help the employee succeed Employees interpret their leader's behavior based on their needs, such as the degree of structure they need, affiliation, perceived level of ability, and desire for control. For example, if a leader provides more structure than what they need, they become less motivated. Thus, a leader needs to understand their employees so they know how to best motivate them. References Evans, M.G. (1970). The effects of supervisory behavior on the path-goal relationship. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance. 5: 277–298. House, R.J. (1971). A Path-Goal Theory of Leader Effectiveness. Administrative Science Quarterly. 16, 321-328. House, R.J., Mitchell, T.R. (1974). Path-goal theory of leadership. Journal of Contemporary Business. 3: l–97. House, R.J. (1996). Path-goal theory of leadership: Lessons, legacy, and a reformulated theory. Leadership Quarterly. 7 (3): 323–352. Northouse, P. (2013). Leadership Theory and Practice. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, Inc. Ridley, M. (2003). Nature Via Nurture. New York: Harper Collins. Stogdill, R.M. (1974). Handbook of Leadership: A Survey of Theory and and Research. New York: Free Press. Vroom, V.H. (1964). Work and motivation. New York: Wiley. ============================= SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/Can-Indian channel.. ============================= TO FIND OUT MORE about me please visit www.I-CanIn.com Follow me on Facebook @yesIcanandIwill Follow me on Twitter @CanindianM Follow me on Instagram @CanindianM
Views: 5332 Can-Indian Channel
Charismatic Leadership - Leadership Skills
 
03:42
Understand the definition and meaning of Charismatic Leadership. In this video we discuss the qualities, advantages and disadvantages of Charismatic Leadership and towards the end compare Charismatic Leadership with Transformational Leadership. This video is part of TechnoFunc series on Leadership Basics
Views: 21917 TechnoFunc
Leadership Theories
 
04:49
1. Style theory 2. Situational theory 3. Trait theory 4. Leader-member exchange theory 5. Transformational theory
Views: 1833 Claire Shao
Types of Leadership Styles | Autocratic, Democratic/ Participative, Laizzes Fair and Bureaucratic.
 
05:40
Autocratic, Democratic, Laizzes Fair and bureaucratic leadership styles.
Views: 27147 Md. Rafiqul Islam
Autocratic Leadership Style- Bill Gates
 
04:18
-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/ . Make your own animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
Views: 23172 Aya Hassan
Path-Goal Theory: Directive Leadership
 
01:22
uniSIM uCore Jan 2015 - Lead & Influence
Views: 736 Adilah Anuar