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Charismatic Authority

Charismatic Leadership & the New Leadership Approach 1. What are the similarities and differences between charismatic and transformational leadership? A charismatic leader is a leader that makes you believe in his ideas (makes them appealing), and not just accept them, exactly like a transformational leader. He really wants the subordinates’ commitment to the company’s goals and to the leader himself. To gain employees’ approval of himself, the charismatic leader will prove to be good at...

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Charismatic Leadership

 Charismatic leadership Hitler, Steve Jobs, Howard Schultz, & Mahndar Gandi are all examples of charismatic leaders known of their strong influence upon their followers. They got this attractiveness and passion which made them an icon and role model for their followers. They share emotional bonds with their followers to gain devotion, loyalty and commitment. So what is Charismatic leadership? And why Howard Schultz is counted as one of the most charismatic leadership in the recent century. What...

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Charismatic and Transformational Leadership Traits

Meg Whitman, CEO of the internet auction site eBay, displays several traits of both charismatic and transformational leadership. Whitman moved from a tightly structured, traditional button-down corporate environment at Hasbro's Playskool division into the T-shirt and jeans atmosphere of an internet start-up company without missing a beat. In doing so, she illustrated that sometimes it is more important to have a vision and the willingness to commit to that vision than to have targeted knowledge...

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Authority, Leadership, and Supervision

very important in making sure that she is a good leader for them and herself. Julie will also need to make sure that she takes the authority role. Another advantage will be that she knows her employees very well from working with them for a long period of time. This will be an advantage and a disadvantage for her as a new nurse supervisor. Taking the authority role will be something new for Julie, but will also be something new for her friends that have never seen that role being played by her...

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Sources of Authority in Moral School Leadership

Sources of Authority In Moral School Leadership Sergiovanni defines the sources of authority as bureaucratic, psychological, technical-rational, professional and moral school leadership (pages 36-39). For this week’s discussion this author will discuss each of the sources and how a school leader might utilize each of the sources to improve instruction, curriculum and assessment at the school building/district level. Sergiovanni discusses and defines the sources of authority bureaucratic, psychological...

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Transformational Leadership and Economic Efficiency – Can a Charismatic Leader in an Administration for Care Motivate the Subordinates to Improve the Economic Performance?

performance. Findings: The managers in the administration for care answered a questionnaire with 17 statements about charisma and the result of these statements gave an average score, which indicate that the chief administrator is above-average charismatic. In the findings I also present the organization’s economic performance. 2005 was the first year since 1996, the administration had a budget surplus, i.e. the costs were lower than the budget frame. Analysis: The respondents, in the same questionnaire...

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Charasmatic Leaders

of over 900 people, including children. In this paper, I will explain how Jim Jones qualifies as a charismatic leader, his aspirations, how he promised his followers deliverance of his goal, and the effect of his preaching. Charismatic Leadership Before I can explain how Jim Jones qualifies as a charismatic leader, I must first discuss what charismatic leadership is. Max Weber defines charismatic leadership as “gifted, inspired, from a leader who pursues a vision which attracts followers to identify...

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Leadership Model

different assumptions and theories. The style that individuals use will be based on a combination of their beliefs, values and preferences, as well as the organizational culture and norms which will encourage some styles and discourage others. • Charismatic Leadership • Participative Leadership • Situational Leadership • Transactional Leadership • Transformational Leadership • The Quiet Leader • Servant Leadership Additional research • The Managerial Grid: Blake and Mouton's people-task...

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Apple Inc. – Rational System

easily by anyone. The company went through many changes from microcomputer industry to a business market and then eventually a consumer electronic market. The external environment within the company helped Apple Inc along with Steve Jobs who used charismatic leadership to create a mechanistic and bureaucratic organization. Apple’s structure and cultural values also created a successful, creative and highly innovated company. The theories I will apply to Apple Inc are Fayol’s administrative theory...

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Leadership in Organized Chaos

mindset to enhance old concepts and develop new ones to maintain the organization’s relevance in a new structure. In view of the diversity in my unit’s composition and structure, I need to use transformational, participative, transactional and charismatic leadership styles to maintain a positive growth and working environment. As such, my situational leadership style is my best tool to maintain this organization in the positive attitude of development. In practice, using a situational leadership...

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