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What is your Leadership Style

There are three basic leadership styles--directing, discussing and delegating.

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What is your Leadership Style

  1. 1.  Paul B.Thornton
  2. 2. Leadership Style • The approach leaders use to communicate with, direct, engage, empower, and motivate their associates.
  3. 3. Daniel Goleman • Six Leadership Styles
  4. 4. Leadership Grid –Five Leadership Styles
  5. 5. Situational Leadership Theory •Four Leadership Styles
  6. 6. Leadership Styles Directing Discussing Delegating
  7. 7. •The leader tells people what changes are needed
  8. 8. What How When
  9. 9. Give them a road map
  10. 10. Leader One way Communications
  11. 11. • Issues with the Directing Style…
  12. 12. 1. Too direct or not direct enough
  13. 13. 1. Too direct or not direct enough 2. Too many or missing details
  14. 14. • Don’t bury you big idea with too many details
  15. 15. Missing Details To: All members of staff-- There will be one free drink per person at this year’s summer party. Also, please bring you own cup. Regards, Management
  16. 16. 1. Too direct or not direct enough 2. Too many or missing details 3. Communication breakdowns
  17. 17. Small Group Discussion What is the biggest cause of communication breakdowns? • Confusing message • Missing details • Jargon • Distractions • Person isn’t listening
  18. 18. • Your hard-working and generally efficient administrative assistant, Sue, has recently been bringing in resumes and cover letters to type for her unemployed husband. He has been out of work for six weeks. This has caused her regular work to be a bit backlogged. You (her manager) want this to stop. Using the Directing Style explain what you would say?
  19. 19. •Ask Questions
  20. 20. What How When
  21. 21. Communication Patterns T T
  22. 22. • Issues with the Discussing Style…
  23. 23. 1. Too much or too little discussion
  24. 24. 1. Too much or too little discussion 2. An in-group and an out-group is created
  25. 25. 33 In-group X X X X X X X X Out-group
  26. 26. 1. Too much or too little discussion 2. An in-group and an out-group is created 3. Only focus on hard data
  27. 27. Hard Data Soft Data
  28. 28. 1. Too much or too little discussion 2. An in-group and an out-group is created 3. Only focus on hard data 4. Groupthink
  29. 29. Groupthink Do we agree? Yes Yup Agree Yes I Agree Bad idea We’re doomed No
  30. 30. • Your hard-working and generally efficient administrative assistant, Sue, has recently been bringing in resumes and cover letters to type for her unemployed husband. He has been out of work for six weeks. This has caused her regular work to be a bit backlogged. You (her manager) want this to stop. Using the Discussing Style explain what you would say?
  31. 31. Take care of this…
  32. 32. • Delegating …I want you to research the problem and identify several recommendations by this Friday.
  33. 33. • Issues with the Delegating Style…
  34. 34. 1. Too much or too little delegation
  35. 35. Too Much Too Little
  36. 36. 1. Too much or too little delegation 2. Delegate--then jump back in
  37. 37. 1. Too much or too little delegation 2. Delegate--then jump back in 3. The task is unrealistic
  38. 38. Like throwing a non-swimmer in the pool
  39. 39. • Your hard-working and generally efficient administrative assistant, Sue, has recently been bringing in resumes and cover letters to type for her unemployed husband. He has been out of work for six weeks. This has caused her regular work to be a bit backlogged. You (her manager) want this to stop. Using the Delegating Style explain what you would say?
  40. 40. •Summary of Leadership Styles
  41. 41. 3-D LeadershipModel Tell Ask Empower DIRECT DISCUSS DELEGATE
  42. 42. Show Tell Ask Empower DIRECT DISCUSS DELEGATE Affirm 3-D Leadership Model Facilitate
  43. 43. Leadership Styles Direct—Educate Discuss—Engage Delegate—Empower
  44. 44. When should you use each style?
  45. 45. Directing Style •Time constraint •Inexperienced employee •The task must be done a particular way
  46. 46. Discussing Style •Time is available •Opportunity to influence goals and plans •Employee have experience, confidence, and ideas related to the task
  47. 47. Delegating Style •Employee has the experience, skills, and motivation to do the task
  48. 48. the Appropriate Leadership Style… •Gets the task done •Engages and motivates the employee •Helps the employee learn and develop
  49. 49. Summary Directing Discussing Delegating • Use a style that fits the needs of the situation!
  50. 50. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN  Identify one leadership style you want to improve. List one action you will take to become more proficient in using that style.
  51. 51. Paul B. Thornton His latest e-books include:  Leadership-Perfecting Your Approach and Style-($1.99) Amazon Kindle.  Leadership Case Studies-($4.99) Amazon Kindle. (available May1) • He has produced 28 short YouTube videos on various management and leadership topics. • He can be contacted at pthornton@stcc.edu.

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