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Leadership Ch4

MGMT 4305 Lussier Leadership 6e Ch04

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contingency leadership model determines if a person’s leadership style is task- or relationship-oriented, and if the situation (leader–member relationship, task structure, and position power) matches the leader’s style to maximize performance
descriptive leadership models identify contingency variables and leadership styles without specifying which style to use in a given situation
leadership continuum model determines which one of seven styles to select, based on the use of boss-centered versus subordinate-centered leadership, to meet the situation (boss, subordinates, situation/time) in order to maximize performance
leadership model an example for emulation or use in a given situation
normative leadership model a time-driven and developmental-driven decision tree that enables the user to select one of five leadership styles (decide, consult individually, consult group, facilitate, and delegate) appropriate for the situation to maximize decisions
path-goal leadership model selects the leadership style (directive, supportive, participative, or achievement-oriented) appropriate to the situation (subordinate and environment) to maximize both performance and job satisfaction
prescriptive leadership models tell the user exactly which style to use in a given situation
substitutes for leadership include characteristics of the subordinate, task, and organization that replace the need for a leader or neutralize the leader’s behavior
Created by: poolguy84