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RIT OB Quiz 5

Leadership influencing, motivating, and enabling others to contribute toward the effectiveness and success of the organizations of which they are members
Shared Leadership the view that leadership is broadly distributed rather than assigned to one person, such that people within the team and organization lead each other
Path-Goal Leadership Theory a contingency theory of leadership based on the expectancy theory of motivation that relates several leadership styles to specific employee and situational contingencies
Leadership Substitutes a theory identifying contingencies that either limit the leader's ability to influence subordinates or make that particular leadership style unnecessary
Transformational Leadership a leadership perspective that explains how leaders change teams or organizations by creating, communicating and modeling a vision for the organization or work unit, and inspiring employees to strive for that vision
Transactional Leadership leadership that helps organizations achieve their current objectives more efficiently, such as linking job performance to valued rewards and ensuring that employees have the resources needed to get the job done
Implicit Leadership Theory a theory stating that people evaluate a leader's effectiveness in terms of how well that person fits preconceived beliefs about the features and behaviors of effective leaders, and that they tend to inflate influence of leaders on org events
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