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LEGITIMATE POWER
granted through organizational heirarchy
REWARD POWER
power to give or withhold rewards
COERCIVE POWER
capability to force complience by means of threat
REFERENT POWER
personal power based on who you are
EXPERT POWER
based on what you know
LEGITIMATE REQUEST
complience of subordinate because the manager has legitimate power
INSTURMENTAL COMPLIANCE
subordinate complies to get rewards
PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION
using the referent power of superior's desired behavior to shape the behavior of a subordinate
INSPIRATIONAL APPEAL
influencing subordinates behavior through appeal to higher ideals or values
INFORMATION DISTORTION
withholding or distoring info to influence subordinates behavior
TRAITS APPROACH TO LEADERSHIP
wanted to differentiate leaders based on personality traits
THE GREAT MAN APPROACH
five common traits:
intelligence
self confidence
determination
integrity
sociablilty
MICHIGAN STUDIES
two forms of leader behavior: job centered and employee centered
OHIO STATE STUDIES
two forms of leader behavior that were not mutually exclusive: initiating structure and consideration
INITIATING STRUCTURE BEHAVIOR
defines role expectations, formalizes communications, and sets agenda
CONSIDERATION BEHAVIOR
shows concern for subordinates and establishes friendly climate
SITUATIONAL MODELS OF LEADER BEHAVIOR
appropriate leader behavior varies from one situation to another
LEAST PREFERRED COWORKER
describe the person with whom they are least able to work well
USE TASK ORIENTED BEHAVIOR WHEN:
situational favorableness is least favorable and most favorable
PATH GOAL THEORY
the functions of a leader are to make rewards available and clarify the behavior needed to get the rewards
DIRECTED LEADER BEHAVIOR
telling subordinates what's expected, giving guidance, scheduling work
SUPPORTIVE LEADER BEHAVIOR
friendly, concerned, treat subordinates as equals
PARTICIPATIVE LEADER BEHAVIOR
consulting with subordinates, taking suggestions, allowing participations
ACHIEVEMENT ORIENTED LEADER BEHAVIOR
set challenging goals, expect high performance, encourage subordinates
LEADER MEMBER EXCHANGE (LMX) APPROACH
importance of relationships with subordinates- in group and out group
CHARISMATIC LEADERS
tend to draw on referent or expert power
TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP
goes beyond ordinary expectations
INDUCEMENT
offering to give something in return for that person's support
IMPRESSION MANAGEMENT
making an effort to enhance one's image in the eyes of others