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Title: LEADERSHIP


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LEADERSHIP
  • Attributed Power perception among group members
    or others outside of the group of the leaders
    ability to lead.
  • Actual Power workers resources for changing
    conditions inside and outside the group

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LEADERSHIP
  • 7 Power Bases of Actual Power
  • 1. Connection Power being able to call on or
    use influential people or resources.
  • 2. Expert Power having the knowledge or
    skill to facilitate the work of the group.
  • 3. Information Power possessing information
    that is valuable to and needed by others.
  • 4. Legitimate Power holding a position of
    authority and the rights that accrue to that
    position in the organization or larger social
    system

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LEADERSHIP
  • 5. Reference Power being liked and admired
    the group workers want to be identified with the
    worker.
  • 6. Reward Power being able to offer social
    or tangible rewards.
  • 7. Coercive Power being able to sanction,
    punish, or deny access to resources and
    privileges.

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  • LEADERSHIP POWER

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  • Workers should begin to share power as rapidly as
    possible
  • 1. Encouraging member-to-member
    communications
  • 2. Asking for members input agenda,
    future direction
  • 3. Supporting indigenous leadership
  • 4. Encouraging attempts at mutual sharing
    and aid among members

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  • Products of Democratic groups were
    qualitatively superior to those of groups that
    used Autocratic or Laissez-faire styles of
    leadership.

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Factors Influencing Group Leadership
  • 1. Leadership expectations of members
  • 2. The way leadership has been attained
  • 3. Competition between designated leaders and
    indigenous leadership
  • 4. Needs, tasks, and goals of the group as a
    whole
  • 5. Task and socio-emotional skills of members
  • 6. Nature of authority within and outside the
    group
  • 7. Environmental demands placed on the group
    and its leadership

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  • Transformational Leadership
  • Focuses on inspiring and empowering members
    rather than inducing compliance
  • Interactional Leadership
  • Leadership is derived from the interactions of
    the group, its members, the designated leader,
    and the environment.

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Factors to be considered when leading a group
  • 1. Purpose(s) of the group
  • 2. Type of the problem
  • 3. Environment
  • 4. Group as a whole
  • 5. Group members
  • 6. Group leader

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Group Leadership Skills
  1. Facilitating group processes
  2. Data gathering and assessment
  3. Action
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