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Leadership by Mind Map: Leadership

1. Ability to influence people to achieve goals

1.1. Different styles of leadership

1.2. Attitudes and behaviors shae the condition of how employees can work among other things

2. Level 5 leadership, an effective approach in today's environment

2.1. Humility: Being unpretentious and modest rather than arrogant and prideful

2.2. Servant leader: Leader who serves others by working to fulfill need and goals

2.3. Authentic leadership: Refers to leadership by individuals who know and understand themeselves

2.4. Interactive leadership: is a style characterized by values such as inclusion, collaboration, relationship building and caring

3. Women leaders typically score significantly higher than men on abilites such as

3.1. Motivationg others

3.1.1. Building relationships

3.1.2. Developing others skills based on humility and authenticity

4. Leadership and management

4.1. Two different sets of qualities and skills

4.1.1. Provide different benefits for the organization

5. 2 basic leadership behaviours identified for leadership to task and attention to people

5.1. Consideration: Term used by researchers to describe the extent to which a leader is sensitive to subordinates

5.2. Initiating Structure: Term that describes the extent to which a leader is task oriented and directs subordinates

5.3. Leadership Grid: two dimensioned leadership model

5.3.1. Measures the leader's concer

6. Contingency approach

6.1. Model o fleadership that describes the relationship between:

6.1.1. Leadership styles

6.1.2. Specific situations

6.2. Is the situational model which links the leaders style with the level of followers

7. Charismatic Leader

7.1. Leader who has the ability to inspire and motivate

7.2. Charismatic and transformational leaders provide dollowers and inspiring vision

8. Transformational leader

8.1. Distinguished by a specilal ability to bring about innovation and change by creating and inspiring vision

9. Transactional leader

9.1. Clarifies subordinates roles and task requirements

10. Power

10.1. Ability to influence the behaviour of others

11. Reward power

11.1. Results from the authority

12. Expert power

12.1. Power that results from leaders special knowledge or skill in the tasks performed by subordinates

13. Referent power

13.1. Characteristics that command subordinates

14. Traits & Strenghts

14.1. Traits

14.1.1. Distinguishing personal characteristics such as intelligence, self-confidence, energy, and indeendence

14.2. Strenghts

14.2.1. Natural talents and abilities that have been supported and reinforced with learned knowledge and skills