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Leading For Change Revision Notes

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Summary all of the course (Chapter 1 - Chapter 10) and identify case study (Change The Way We Work)

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21 Pages Complete Study Notes < 1 Year old* Previously uploaded under: BUSM4177 - Leading for Change
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Leadership Industrial and organizational psychology Politics Political philosophy Structure Transformational leadership Transactional leadership Team leader Power Organizational behavior Charismatic authority Organizational culture
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Leadership Industrial and organizational psychology Politics Political philosophy Structure Transformational leadership Transactional leadership Team leader Power Organizational behavior Charismatic authority Organizational culture
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DEFINITION LEADERSHIP: Ability of an individual to influence, motivate and enable others to contribute toward the effectiveness and success of the organisation (House et al 2004 p 184) Leadership functions: Change, Inspiration, Motivation, and Influence. Leadership = flexibility, responsive, innovation, adaptability, long-term vision, strategic, motivating and inspiring followers, member cohesion, commitment, confidence A common discussion that the novice to leadership studies will eventually come across is the conceptualization of leadership and management as two distinct concepts. The debate on the leadership versus managem...
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