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1

Name the major leadership traits: (5)

• Intelligence
• Self-confidence
• Determination
• Integrity
• Sociability

2

What is the emerging ideas of leadership traits?

• Grit – passion and perseverance, growth mindset

3

Name the Key leadership styles: (8)

1. Directive
2. Consultative
3. Delegative
4. Consensual
5. Transactional
6. Adaptive
7. Transformational
8. Servant

4

Leaders makes decisions -

Which key leadership style?
What advantages / disadvantages?

Style:
- Directive

Advantages:
- New team, new or unfamiliar problems

Disadvantages:
- Need experienced leader

5

Decisions made by leader, based on everyone’s ideas -

Which key leadership style?
What advantages / disadvantages?

Style:
- Consultative

Advantages:
- Developing teams, contribute

Disadvantages:
- Time consuming

6

Team members make decisions -

Which key leadership style?
What advantages / disadvantages?

Style:
- Delegative

Advantages:
- Valuable if experienced team, greater expertise than
leader

Disadvantages:
- Overload on leader or loss of authority

7

Decision based on everyone’s ideas -

Which key leadership style?
What advantages / disadvantages?

Style:
- Consensual

Advantages:
- Multiple perspectives

Disadvantages:
- Can discredit leader’s abilities

8

Leaders set goals, expectations (reward, punish) -

Which key leadership style?
What advantages / disadvantages?

Style:
- Transactional

Advantages:
- Motivating

Disadvantages:
- Does not account for complex motivations of
individuals

9

Enable group to overcome challenges of change -

Which key leadership style?
What advantages / disadvantages?

Style:
- Adaptive

Advantages:
- In situations of constant change; support others to
thrive

Disadvantages:
- Pressure on leader in difficult times

10

Team members look beyond self-interest exceed expectations -

Which key leadership style?
What advantages / disadvantages?

Style:
- Transformational

Advantages:
- Leaders inspire and motivate

Disadvantages:
- Leaders need to be charismatic, persuasive;
importance on the vision

11

Serve highest needs of others to help achieve their goals -

Which key leadership style?
What advantages / disadvantages?

Style:
- Servant

Advantages:
- Strong relationships, trust; innovation

Disadvantages:
- Leader’s ability to develop great skills (empathy,
stewardship)

12

Name the Emotional Leadership Styles: (6)

1. Authoritative
2. Coaching
3. Affiliative
4. Democratic
5. Pacesetting
6. Coercive

13

Mobilizes people toward a vision -

Which Emotional Leadership Styles?

Authoritative

14

Develops people -

Which Emotional Leadership Styles?

Coaching

15

Creates harmony and builds emotional bonds -

Which Emotional Leadership Styles?

Affiliative

16

Forges consensus through participation -

Which Emotional Leadership Styles?

Democratic

17

Sets high standards for performance -

Which Emotional Leadership Styles?

Pacesetting

18

Demands immediate compliance -

Which Emotional Leadership Styles?

Coercive

19

Definition of Followership?

A process whereby an individual or groups
accept the influence of others to accomplish
a common goal.

20

Name the 3 typlolgies (Followership Patterns)

1. Kelly
2. Chaleff
3. Kellerman

21

There are 5 types of follower under Kelly Typology. Match each of them with characteristics focus on follower motivation.

1. Passive __, 2. conformist __, 3. Pragmatics __, 4. Alienated __, 5. Exemplary __

A. May switch categories. Questions leader’s decisions, but critically and not often.Score middle in independent thinking and engagement.

B. Exercises independent, critical thinking, separate from the leader or the group. Scores high in active engagement and independent thinking. Ideal follower in positive situations. Depending on the leader (can be negative).

C. Work very hard. Content to take orders, do not question the leader. Scores high in active engagement, low in independent thinking.

D. Lacks commitment , requires constant supervision.
Scores low in independent thinking and level of engagement

E. Thinks freely and critically, but does not do anything about it. Questions decisions and actions of the leader, often

1. Passive - D
2. Conformist - C
3. Pragmatics - A
4. Alienated - E
5. Exemplary - B

22

There are 4 types of follower under Chaleff Typology. Match each of them with characteristics focus on the mission of the organization.

1. Resource __, 2. Individualist __, 3. Implementer __, 4. Partner __

A. Not supportive of the leader. Willing to challenge the leader.

B. Give a lot of support when the leader is right.
Challenge the leader when wrong. Best type of follower to have - Working alongside of the leader.
Depending on the leader (can be negative).

C. Most people fit in this category. Do their job. Not extremely supportive, not especially challenging.

D. Always support the leader. Very good when the leader is doing the right thing. Dangerous when the leader is doing the wrong thing.

1. Resource - C
2. Individualist - A
3. Implementer - D
4. Partner - B

23

There are 5 levels of engagement under Kellerman Typology. Match each of them from low to high level.

5 levels from low to high:

1. Isolate __, 2. Bystander __. 3. Paticipant __, 4. Activist __, 5. Diehard __

A. May observe, not active
B. 100% committed
C. Getting involved
D. Do not engage often
E. Interact. Comment

1. Isolate - D
2. Bystander - A
3. Paticipant - E
4. Activist - C
5. Diehard - B

24

Followership Theory - Leadership as a Co-Created Process - ***see slide

OK

25

What are the 4 qualities of effective followers?

1. Self-manage
2. Commitment
3. Competence
4. Courage

26

Match each of the 4 qualities with the best descriptions

1. Self-manage, 2. Commitment, 3. Competence, 4. Courage

A. Keep morale and energy high. Engagement
B. Thinks critically. In control of one's actions
C. Loyal, honest, candid with their superiors. Challenge when leaders are doing the wrong thing
D. Expertise. skills, knowledge and capacity to learn

1. Self-manage - B
2. Commitment - A
3. Competence - D
4. Courage - C

27

What is critical thinking?

• Critical thinking is the ability to assess your
assumptions, beliefs, and actions.

• “The whole point of critical thinking is to take informed
action.”

28

Critical Thinking examples: (3)

• Reflecting on assumptions and beliefs
• Critiquing self-thought and action
- Challenge assumptions – why do I think that?
- Considering other view points
• Connecting experience to broader social conditions

29

Informed Actions examples: (3)

• Taking informed action (based on evidence)
• Monitoring self and group process
- Clarifying or changing ideas
- Altering behaviour (e.g. adaptive)
• Justifying actions
- Explaining and communicating decisions

30

Name the 4 Critical Thinking Process:

1. Consider the context
- Connecting the issues / ideas / problems to broader
social conditions

2. Exploring alternatives
- Looking at the situation in another way
- Seeing from several different perspectives

3. Recognizing / analyzing assumptions
- Finding ways to illuminate your own assumptions
- Checking if assumptions are accurate and valid

4. Reflecting/deciding what to do
- identify and communicate rationale/justification for
decisions