Leadership Model

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Leadership Model
(LMX & Style Approach)

Assignment submission

for

Post Graduate Certificate Program in Management (PGCPM–3)

Name of the Faculty: Prof. Pawan Kumar Singh

Subject: Group Behavior in Organization (OB – 2)

Submitted by:

Srinivasa Kottakota
Student ID: S080600000036
CAF ID: 60602080320

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Name of the Centre: NIIT Imperia, Hyderabad
TABLE OF CONTENTS

|S. N. |DESCRIPTION |PAGE NUMBER |
|1. |Executive Summary |2 |
|2. |Model Description |3 |
| |Model 1 (Leader Member Exchange Model) | |
|3. |Model Description |5 |
| |Model 2 (Leadership Style Approach – Managerial Grid) | |
|4. |Component 1 |9 |
| |(Organization Overview – PIPAL Research) | |
|5. |Component 2 |14 |
| |(Application of LMX Model in the context of PIPAL Research) | |
|6. |Component 2 |15 |
| |(Application of Style Approach in the context of PIPAL Research) |

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