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Vet Assist. Vocab

Vocab Review in Vet

Leadership The ability to move or influence others toward achieving individual or group goals.
Democratic While learning parliamentary procedure, you learn to be a democratic leader.
Gleaned The FFA can supplement and perhaps make more useful some of the teachings that have been gleaned somewhere else and assistant members for adult life.
Trait Leadership The trait leadership approach assumes some people are "natural" leaders who posses certain traits not possessed by others.
Skills Remember, leaders are not born. Therefore, traits alone do not determine leadership.
Power Leadership Power is important not only for influencing subordinates but also for influencing peers, supervisors, and people outside the organization.
Influence Leadership Is the ability to bring out about changes in the attitudes and actions of others.
Behavior Leadership Assumes there are distinctive styles that effective leaders use consistently.
Authoritarian One of the basic styles.
Situational Leadership As contingency leadership.
Traditional Leadership AS cultural and symbolic.
Popularity (Perceived) Leadership As cognitive leadership.
Combination Leadership Unites the previous leadership models. Also unites the various leadership styles.
Structural Frame Relates to relationships and formal roles in the organization.
Human Resource Frame Relates to the needs of members without the strong emphasis on production and policy found in the structural frame.
Political Frame Not to be confused with political leaders in democracy, focuses on the struggle for scarce resources in an organization.
Sanguine Personality types tend to be democratic leaders. (Influencing)
Choleric Personality types tend to be authoritarian leaders. (Dominating)
Laissez-faire Passive communicators tend to be this type of leader with a phlegmatic personality.
Laissez-faire Leadership Style basically believes the group can make its own decisions without the leader or, at least with very little input.
Continuum Another way to describe leadership styles is continuum. Rather than placing specific titles or names on styles.
Melancholy Is often referred to as dark temperament.
Phlegmatic Personality types get their names from what Hippocrates thought was the body fluid that produced a calm, cool, slow, easy going, and well-balanced temperament.
Created by: hhansen2