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Define word for word, James MacGregor Burns’ definition of 1) transactional leadership and 2) transformational leadership.
• Transactional leadership
o One person takes the initiative in making contact with others for the purpose of an exchange of valued things
• Transforming Leadership
o One or more persons engage with others in such a way that leaders and followers raise one another to higher levels of motivation and morality
From the article Primal Leadership, by Goleman, Boyatzis and McKee name and describe the Five Part Process designed to induce personal change (on pages 48-51).
• Who do I want to be?
• Who am I now?
• How do I get from here to there?
• How do I make change stick?
• Who can help me?
From Zaleznik’s article “Managers and Leaders, are they Different” name and describe at least three differences between managers and leaders.
• Conceptions of work
• Relations with others
• Senses of self
o Once born and twice born
What does Zaleznik mean by a “twice born leader” and why would being born “twice” in this way be important to leadership?
• Once-born
Peaceful flowing life
• Twice-born
Sense of self derives from a profound separateness
Describe the difference between terminal and instrumental values as outlined in the Osland, et al book.
• Terminal values
o Desirable end states of existence or the goals that a person would like to achieve during his or her lifetime
o (personal/social)
• Instrumental
o Preferable modes of behavior or the means to achieving one’s terminal values
o (moral/competence)
From the Osland et al Book, Name and define the 6 levels in Kohlberg’s framework of moral development stages.
• Obedience and Punishment Orientation
o Avoiding physical punishment
• Instrumental Purpose and Exchange
o Following rules only when it is in one’s immediate interest
• Interpersonal Accord
o Stereotypical “good” behavior
• Social Accord and System Maintenance
o Fulfilling duties and obligations of social systems
• Social Contract, Individual Rights
o Being aware that people around you hold a variety of values
• Universal Ethical Principles
o Following self-chosen ethical principle
Core Ideology
• Consistent identity that transcends everything
Core Values
• Essential and enduring tenets of an organization
Core Values
Oraganization's reason for being
Envisioned Future (two components)
BHAG, vivid description
vivid description
vivid description of big hairy audacious goal
From the Heillrigel and Slocum article on the Electronic Reserve, name AND define the three components of transactional leadership and the four components of transformational leadership.
• Transactional Leadership
o Contingent Rewards
o Active management by exception
 Leader monitors followers’ performance
o Passive management by exception
 Leader intervenes when problems become serious
• Transformational Leadership
o Inspirational Motivation
 Pattern of behaviors and communication that guide followers by providing them with a sense of meaning and challenge in their work
o Intellectual Stimulation
 Encouragement given to followers to be innovative and creative
o Idealized Influence
 Behaviors of transformational leaders that followers strive to emulate or mirror
o Individual Consideration
 Special attention paid by a transformational leader to each follower’s needs for achievement and growth
Name AND describe the elements in Briscoe’s 4 Component Model of Leadership
• Values Driven
o Clear understanding of personal values and values based leadership motivation
• Visibilizing
o Raising others’ awareness of important values issues/causes
• Action
o Taking action to actually achieve the leadership goals implied by values and visibilizing
• Institutionalization
o Setting in place ongoing leadership capacity with followers, group. Organization to be able to continuously lead and fulfill the agreed upon values and actions
Based upon Briscoe’s Power point of the new career define the difference between single-loop and double loop career learning as it applies to career learning.
• Single Loop
o Reactive- react after success or failure
• Double Loop
o Reflective- constantly reflect on your own personal values
Based upon Briscoe’s “Managing the ‘new’ Career” PowerPoint Name at least three ways in which traditional career assumptions vary from Emerging Career Realities.
• Organizationally driven ____Self Driven
• Work-self_____whole-self
• Know how_____learn-how
Describe Bennis and Thomas’ concept of Adaptive Capacity and why it is important for leadership.
• Ability to process new experiences, to find their meaning and to integrate them into one’ life
Describe the crucible from Bennis and Thomas’ book Geeks and Geezers and say why it is important for leadership development.
• A place, time, or situation characterized by the confluence of powerful intellectual, social, economic or political forces; a severe test of patience or belief
Two components of a protean career
Self directed career management
Values driven