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Gym Leadership

Leadership styles final exam part 1

Forming The process of group members familiarizing themselves with one another-team amembers assess each others strengths and weakness; good deal of uncertainty
Storming -also called infighting-characterized by intragroup conflict and open rebellion -members accept the group but continue to resist the constraints that the group imposes individually-when complete a hierarchy will have formed of team leadership
norming when groups are able to resolve the interpersonal conflict -close relationships develop and groups starts to be cohesive -members are more organized-group identity and camearaderies -group goals and acceptable standards of behaviours
performing significant task progress is being accomplished -groups seems to come together well to perform individual duties for the team's benefit -peroforming is the team leader's ultimate goal
adjourning when a temporary committee, team or task force completes the task at hand -group prepares to disband, -may be happy or sense of loss
leadership definition •Working towards a common goal. •Leadership creates unity. •All energies are focused in one direction
what do leaders help groups do? •Leaders help groups set goals, envision the possibilities and make commitments. •Have a positive influence on the lives and behaviours of others. •Not necessarily people who do great things but rather people who inspire others to do great things
define balanced leadership concern for both getting the job done and for making a great experience for the people inthe group. Both task-oriented and relationship oriented
task oriented leaders – emphasis on achieving performance goals
relationship oriented leader emphasis on interpersonal relationships -John Wooden
Examples of task oriented leader -Vince Lombardi “Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.” • Extreme example of a task oriented leader who asked everything of this players.
Examples of relationship oriented leader -John Wooden Influenced personal development of his players. • A person who taught on a constant basis on his “Pyramid of Success”. • Although his practices were very demanding, there was always a sense of people having fun.
Autocratic leader definition --most effective when members are "novices" and respect eh lead er-s superiorityemergencies -police services, military •Directs the group by command or request. •Make all the decisions.
Democratic leaders defined friendship, student government = Greek for “Rule of the People” •Group members contribute to the overall goals.
Laissez-Faire leaders defined -leader away a lot; minimal supervision •Effective when the group has become competent and is functioning well
When is an autocratic leadership style most effective? Most effective when: - member are ‘novices’ and respect the leader’s superiority. - the group is unable to work through a group decision making process. - this is a crisis (e.g., medical or military situations). -eg. Vladimir Putin/ Hitler
Key attributes of a democratic leader group goal setting = team management; open negotiation - sharing of the team’s success and failures •Value placed on achieving consensus. •Leader retains right to make final decision if disagreement persists. •Examples include Canada and USA.
serious and potential obstacle to effective leadership -poor communication -no goal setting
Personality traits of a good leader • Drive and ambition • The desire to lead and influence others • Honesty and integrity • Self-confidence • Intelligence • In-depth technical knowledge related to their area of expertise
How are task oriented leadership dimension described as? is directive and production oriented.
How are relationship leadership dimension described as? has been termed supportive and people-oriented
What do leaders help groups do? -leaders help groups set goals, envision the possibilities and make commitments -they have a positive influence on the lives and behaviours of others.
personalized conflict -when people are in opposition to one another
depersonalized conflict -when a conflict stems from a difficult situation or problem
What is adjudication? -a neutral third-party listens to all sides of a dispute and then makes a judgement e.g. when young siblings go to a parent to report a conflict
What arfe the 5 steps to decision making model? "IDEAL" 1. identify the problem 2. discuss alternatives 3. evaluate and determine the bet course of action 4. Act 5. Learn and reflect on your decision
What are some time management strategies? 1. plan and prioritize 2. to do lists 3. plan some down time 4. minimize distractions 5. delegate responsibility to others 6. don't procrastinate
5 stage model of group development -forming -storming -norming -performing and adjourning
4 personalities that should be present for team building? -integrity -competence -consistency -loyalty
Why does group think lead to poor decision making? when individual group members are so concerned about reaching agree e nt with other members that the desire consensus overrides the best possible viewpoint for solving the problem
Created by: lreesor
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