1. What are the differences between micro and macro leadership?
* Who the leader is
* Scope of responsibility
* Effectiveness criteria
In macro leadership, "the leader’s role in creating a successful organization is fulfilled in two ways, path-finding and culture-building, Macro leadership activity can influence individuals by linking them to the entity.
Micro leadership "focuses on the choice of leadership style to create an efficient working atmosphere and obtain willing cooperation in getting the job done by adjusting one’s style on the twin dimensions of task and relationship behavior.</para></question></general-problem>
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A positive, open culture can create trust and loyalty among employees, giving them passion for their job and a dedication to the company. Employees who feel comfortable in the culture are more likely to be engaged in their jobs and companies, which can inspire enthusiasm and productivity. By investing time and money to create a strong culture
5. Describe the internal and external forces for change.
* Economic & political
* Cultural and social
* Low performance
* New leadership
* Low satisfaction
* New mission
6. Describe the five different types of changes organizations face.
* Planned: when leaders recognize the need for a major change
* Unplanned: sudden surprise to the organization
* Evolutionary: change involves setting direction, allocating responsibilities, and establishing for achieving objectives.
* Convergent: A convergent of opinions, results
* Revolutionary: When faced with market-driven urgency, abrupt and sometimes disruptive change
7. What are the five factors in learning? What role do they play in leader development?
The five factors in learning
Willingness to learn: Motivation & readiness
Opportunity to learn: Developmental experiences
Organizational culture: Formal and informal support
Experience with success: Self-efficacy
Capacity to learn: Ability or talent
8. What role can classroom education play in leader development?
* Increase knowledge and information
* Efficient way of conveying information to groups
a. May provide awareness and assessment
b. Not rich experience, opportunity to practice, or specific feedback on learning
c. May fit with organizational goals if formal
9. What are the steps to leadership and self-leadership?
Key Elements of Leadership
* Group phenomenon – no leaders without followers
* Goal-oriented – leaders guide and influence others towards a goal
* Existence of hierarchy within the group – the leader...