Steward Leadership

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Steward Leadership by Mind Map: Steward Leadership

1. How do steward leader behaviors influence followers to behave as stewards?

2. How do steward leadership behaviors impact followers?

3. Leadership behaviors: Determinants of steward leadership

3.1. Relational support created by leadership behaviors

3.1.1. Conceives interpersonal trust

3.2. Contextual support created by leadership behaviors

3.2.1. Conceives institutional trust: sense of community with a common fate

3.3. Motivational support created by leadership behaviors

3.3.1. Fosters intrinsic motivations that drive stewardship outcomes:

3.3.2. Self-efficacy

3.3.3. self-determination

3.3.4. feelings of purpose

4. How do employee perceptions of steward leadership impact the organizational culture?

5. In what ways do the spirituality views impact organizational culture and in what ways, if any do they influence or support stewardship?

6. Trust

6.1. Interpersonal: when the leader demonstrates care and concern for the follower

6.2. Institutional: social contract implies that the leader will pursue the interests of many followers payuing attention to the broader needs of the followers within the context of the organization.

7. Pathway to steward leadership

7.1. Delivering Results

7.2. Raising Awareness

7.3. Vulnerability and Maturity

7.4. Valuing Diversity

7.5. Mentoring

7.6. Personal Mastery

7.7. Personal Vision

7.8. Shared Vision

7.9. Risk-taking and Experimentation

8. Organizational Culture

8.1. Workplace Spirituality

8.1.1. Authentic leadership

8.1.2. Self-leadership

8.1.3. Religious view

8.1.4. Existentialist view

8.1.5. Intrinsic–orgin view

9. Leadership Types

9.1. Trait-based leadership

9.2. Servant leadership

9.3. Transformational leadership

9.4. Situational leadership

10. Non-profit organizations

10.1. Owners, Agents and Principals

10.2. Mission over money: steward's role is to provide clear and consistent role expectations in service of the organizational mission. (This builds follower commitment to the organization. Also reinforces followers feeling of community and organizational purpose.)

10.3. Shrinking resources

10.3.1. If resources such as specialty talent is shrinking in the marketplace along with the backlog of resources at the ports, how do stewards balance the resources to achieve the mission?

11. Agency Theory

11.1. Psychological factors that differentiate agency theory from stewardship theory

11.2. Situational factors that differentiate agency theory from stewardship theory

12. How do self and authentic leadership–spirituality leadership traits–align with personal mastery, a stewardship dimension?

13. In what ways do each of the listed leadership types foster intergenerational reciprocity in comparison to the steward leadership type?

14. Intergenerational reciprocity: applying a retrospective obligation by ensuring the wellbeing of future generations while "paying back" those from the past for the same behaviors.

15. How do steward leadership behaviors impact followers?

16. Stewardship: According to Hernandez (2008) is defined as the "Attitudes and behaviors that place the long–term best interest of a group ahead of personal goals that serve an individual's self–interests".

17. In what ways do the steward leadership dimensions cultivate a steward mindset?

18. To what extent are all nine dimensions needed to cultivate steward leadership?

19. How do structures within non-profits help steward leaders generate trust?

20. What happens within the organization when the needs of the followers are not met by the steward leader and trust is jeopardized?

21. What influence does psychological safety play on followers taking risk and demonstrating moral courage?

22. How do organizational values interplay with followers' personal or moral principles?

23. In what ways can steward leader behaviors prevent moral social loafing?

24. Moral social loafing occurs when the network of stewards aligns both personally and organizationally resulting in the personal relief of the individual level of responsibilities.

25. How do stewards prevent systematic organizational structures, systems, processes or approaches from creating and promoting agents? A consideration is bonus structures and incentives that are individually awarded based on individual contributions and organizational outcomes.

26. How do followers' beliefs about trust impact the perceptions of stewardship within the organization?

27. In what ways does leader identity manifest within the organization and influence organizational culture?

28. Discovery theme: Leader behaviors play a significant role in influencing followers, organizational culture and supporting the development of stewardship. The concept shows up across the various nodes identified in the map.

29. Discovery theme: Trust is critical to the development of stewardship within the organization and within both the follower and leader. Trust is a catalyst for motivation and development.

30. Discovery Theme: The followers perception of the leader has an organizational and leader impact influencing the culture and leaders ability to cultivate stewardship within the organization.

31. Discovery Theme: lack of resources may challenge the steward leader and create issues with demonstration and commitment of mission work.