Ohio State Leadership Studies states leaders exhibit two types of behaviors, Initiating Structure and Consideration in managing employees to achieve goals.
Michigan Leadership Studies is a Behavioral Leadership Theory that identify which leadership styles results in higher performance from the workforce.
Act of leadership is the process of influencing people so that they will strive willingly and enthusiastically toward the achievement of group goal.
Both transactional and transformational leadership are needed. The transactional leaders ensure that routine work is done reliably, while the transformational leaders look after initiatives that add value.
Manager and leaders differ in how they create agenda develop a rationale for achieving the agenda and execute plans and in the types of outcomes they achieve.
Leaders have an intangible characteristic that can’t be explained but manager can train his or her skill by training.
Manager must have the qualities of leadership for fulfilling the goals of the organization.
Transformational leadership styles focus on team-building, motivation and collaboration with employees at different levels of an organization to accomplish change for the better.
Hersey-Blanchard’s contingency theory of leadership means is that leaders are products of real situations rather than gifts of nature.
Charismatic leaders have superior debating, persuasive, technical skills and expertise, that changes attitudinal, behavioral and emotional in their followers.