exchangetheory, implicit leadership, and transformationalleadershiptheory” (Levy, 2010, p. 364).
Leader-MemberExchangeTheory is a different focus of leadership, since it deals with the relationship between the leader and its subordinates rather than solely on the leader. Implicit Leadership is a...
assumption that at the 'telling' level, the relationship is of lower importance.
A LeadershipTheory proposed by the American psychologist Robert House. The Path-GoalTheory contends that the leader must motivate subordinates by: (1) emphasizing the relationship between the...
CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION Unlike traditional leadershiptheories, leader-memberexchange (hereafter LMX) theory (Graen, 1976; Graen & Scandura, 1987; Graen, Novak, & Sommerkamp, 1982) emphasizes the development and effects of separate dyadic relationships between leaders and...
deleterious effect on such job-related responses as salesperson job satisfaction, motivation, and performance.” (Dubinsky et al., 2001, p.17). Based on the situation Fred could have used path-goaltheory or transformationalleadership as a better attempt to lead Fred.
Achievement Oriented Leadership...
Considerate of employee needs
Servant Leadership – view that leaders serve as followers rather than vice versa, help others and are coaches, stewards and facilitators of employee performance
Contingency Perspective of LeadershipPath-goalleadershiptheory – Leadership based on expectancy theory of...
leaders who exchange tangible rewards for the work and loyalty of followers
Transformationalleaders are leaders who engage with followers
Transactional (X theory)
Leader is passive
Transformational (Y theory)
Leader is passive
Leadership is responsive
Leadership is proactive
Works within the...
leadership styles. Team member performance under the influence of transformationalleadership undergone stimulation processes of self interest and vision and mission emphasized towards achieving goals nurtured by the transformationalleader through methods involving inner value of the team members or...
. Similar to path-goaltheory, transactional leadership was grounded in Vroom's (1964) expectancy theory of motivation as transactional leaders clarify how followers' needs will be fulfilled in exchange for completing their job requirements. Thus, transactional leadership is based on economic principles...
transformational style of leadership has been recognized to achieve higher levels of satisfaction between leader and memberexchange. The methods used to test and validate Bass’ theory shall be explored in the next section.
In regards to the paradigm level of research methods, “Kuhn highlights...
. With the knowledge and principles of social exchange and organization theory, LKK Communications
ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION has embarked on an organizational change to communicate under the traits and foundations of the transformationalleader opening the path to a renewed opportunity for...
Direction for Some, Support for Others Case 7.3 Marathon Runners at Different Levels Leadership Instrument Path–GoalLeadership Questionnaire Summary References 8. Leader–MemberExchangeTheory Description Early Studies Later Studies Leadership Making How Does LMX Theory Work? Strengths Criticisms...
approaches and because of the fact that the path-goaltheory has not been seriously improved upon since 1974.
Many leadershiptheories exist; examples are Charismatic, Situational, Leader –memberexchange and Transformational, Robbins, S. P. (2011). For the sake of comparison to the path-goal...
(readiness: willingness and ability)
• • House & Michell's path-goaltheory
• Leaders’ role is assistant, helping subordinates accomplish tasks
--Therefore, leaders’ behaviors should compensate for what subordinates do not have and what environments do not provide. Leadership behaviors providing...
the innovation and effectiveness of these organizations. Recently, Wang et al. (2005) suggested the leadermemberexchange (LMX) theory (Graen, 1976) as a good explanation for a mediating role between leadership styles (especially transformationalleadership) and organizational performance as well...
-goal questionnaire is the preferred instrument. The scores represent the four types of behavior and tells the leader which style they use more dominantly.
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LMX TheoryLeader-MemberExchange (LMX) theory
• While most theories have emphasized the point of view of the...
leadership. It contains path-goaltheory, leader-memberexchangetheory and transformational versus transactional theory. Then, it will make a particular analysis on these theories in the following sections.
Path –GoalTheoryPath-goaltheory first appeared in the leadership literature in early...
Shifts, Three Supervisors
Case 7.2 Direction for Some, Support for Others
Case 7.3 Marathon Runners at Different Levels