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11 - Leadership & Trust
Follow these steps for success:
Explain basic concepts
Allow for additional examples from instructor/other students, provide opportunity
for concept synthesis and further exploration of the topic.
Topics to be covered in your presentation:
I. MANAGERS VERSUS LEADERS
II. TRAIT THEORIES OF LEADERSHIP
III. BEHAVIORAL THEORIES OF LEADERSHIP
B. Are There Identifiable Leadership Behaviors?
C. What Was the Importance of the Ohio State Studies?
D. What Were the Leadership Dimensions of the University of Michigan
E. What Is the Managerial Grid?
F. What Did the Behavioral Theories Teach Us about Leadership?
IV. CONTINGENCY THEORIES OF LEADERSHIP
B. What Is the Fiedler Model?
C. How Does Path-Goal Theory Operate?
D. What Is the Leader-Participation Model?
E. How Does Situational Leadership Operate?
V. EMERGING APPROACHES TO LEADERSHIP
A. What Is Charismatic Leadership Theory?
B. What is Visionary Leadership?
C. How Do Transactional Leaders Differ from Transformational Leaders?
VI. CONTEMPORARY LEADERSHIP ISSUES
A. What Is Team Leadership?
B. Does National Cultural Affect Leadership?
C. Is Leadership Always Important?
VII. BUILDING TRUST: THE ESSENCE OF LEADERSHIP
A. What is Trust?
B. Why Is Trust One Foundation of Leadership
C. What Are the Three Types of Trust?
Other important points:
You've been given a number of resources to assist you in your project...
Learning Page, Oral Presentations section for tips.
Your grade is computed from the Oral
Evaluation Guide so please familiarise yourself with it. Your
grade will suffer if you don't use it and pay attention to it.
If you're going to read your entire presentation from the textbook, forget
it. I can read the book myself and so can the class.
If you're not prepared, be ready for an "F".