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  1. 1. What is a leadership style in your ideas? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDIxEb2BAE8
  2. 2. 6 styles of leadership  Authoritarian  Democratic  Laissez-faire  Paternalistic  Transactional  Transformational
  3. 3. Definition Autocratic leadership is a person who has total authority and control all over decision making. They are not only controlling, but also monitor them for accomplishement. Often observe the work under close supervision. This stlye of leadership is oftenly used in the early tribes and empires.
  4. 4. Characteristic ™-Group leaders have less voice ™-Group leaders make and approve all the decisions ™-Group leaders dictate all the work methods and processes ™-Group memeber rarely trusted with decisions or important tasks. ™-Their working method is just getting the job done
  5. 5. Pros and Cons Pros Cons · Quick decision · Job done on time · Public trust’s on quick decision · Easy to maintain and order the task · Public cannot participate · Decrease group harmony · Increase confusion in laws · Reduces creativities
  6. 6. When to use  A strong leader assign tasks to different members and establish deadlines.  Leader is the most knowledgeable member, so they can solve the problem.  People lack of knowledge so they have slow working skills.  The leadership style is good in these positions:  Military  Manufacturing  construction engineer
  7. 7. Bill Gates  He has drove the software manufacturer toward great heights by his way.  He has the vision that make software be easy to use in any household and be productive in their own way.  He worked on Microsoft mobile resolution by partnership with Nokia and a strong line of tablets.
  8. 8. Kim Jong Un  North Korea, Kim Jong-un rules with an iron fist.  He know how to execute those who don’t fully support him  In his view, that he alone must lead his country into the fight.
  9. 9. Definition Democratic leadership in an organization involves in redistribution of power and authority between employees and managers to provide employee invovlment in decision-making
  10. 10. Characteristics  Most effective leadership style  Provide guidance to the group members  Group members are encouraged and motivated  Members of the group feel more engaged in the activites Creativity is encouraged and rewared
  11. 11. Advantages Democratic Leadership Style  Invovlement  High participation  Communication gap  Positive work environment  Two is better than one
  12. 12. Disadvntages Democratic Leadership Style Depend on followers Waste time Disagreement/ Conflict
  13. 13. Democratic Leader  Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi  Born 28 October 1955  Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo.  World’s 100 most powerful women.  Take an interest in the personal live of employees.
  14. 14. Definition  From French word is “Let’s do” (let people do whatever they want)  Also known as the hands-off style. The leader provides little or no direction and gives staff as much freedom as possible.  All authority or power given to the staff They determine their goals, make their own decisions, and resolve problems on their own.
  15. 15. Characteristics  Less guidance from leaders  Complete freedom for followers to make decisions  Leaders provide the tools and resources that are needed  Group members are expected to solve problems on their own  Power is handed over to followers, yet leaders still take responsibility for the groups decisions and actions
  16. 16. Pros and Cons Pros Cons -Encourages those who are self motivated. - Increased satisfaction in work. - Leaders are still crucial. · People lack creativities. · Everyone is not self motivated. · Minimal cohensiveness
  17. 17.  When to use - Creative ideas can be needed in business - Highly motivational, as people have control over own - Can make coordination and decision making time consuming and lacking in overall direction.
  18. 18. Warren Buffet  Buffet very much stays hands-off style.  He intervenes only when necessary to correct a bad situation  sometimes allows mistakes to happen so that everyone can learn from them.  His successes are well-documented.  Not only he has made billions of dollars, but he also vowed to donate most of his wealth to philanthropic efforts and has encouraged the wealthy class to do the same.
  19. 19. Definition Paternalistic leadership is a managerial approach that involves a dominant, male father figure who takes complete charge of the employees, his subordinates, in an organization. In return, employees show their trust, loyalty and obedience.
  20. 20. Characteristic • Found in hierarcal structure • Managerial style skills • Strong decision making skills • Servantlike environment
  21. 21.  Pros  If the Leader makes good decisions the Followers will get benefits and get more loyalty.  The leader makes all decisions on behalf of his employees and in their best interest , works out well.  The leadership fosters a type of reward system  Strong diplomatic relationship.  Cons  Followers are dependent  Followers has no decision making skills›  Followers do not have much freedom  Personalistic leader may start to favor some workers over others  The leader are self-centered and starting to ignore his employees, making poor decisions Pros and Cons
  22. 22. When to use  When the employee needed gudance suoervision for the work  When decision are needed to make in short time  When managerial style is need in the work place
  23. 23. John Cadbury •Build houses/ cottages for his workers that are too old to work, do not have enough money, and took care of them very well .
  24. 24. Transactional
  25. 25. Definition Transactional leaders focus on managing and supervising their employees and on facilitating group performance. It is based on transactions or deals made between an employee and an organization or between followers and leaders. Transactional leaders seek to maintain compliance within existing goals and expectations and the current organizational culture. They are extrinsic motivators who encourage success through the use of rewards and punishment.
  26. 26. Style  Creating clear what is required of their subordinates, and the rewards that they get for following orders  Motivated by reward and punishment. (when things go right or wrong)  Takes a 'telling' style: the leaders telling others what to do.  Management by exception
  27. 27. Advantages and Disadvantages  Rewards and Incentives  Structure is Clear  Short Term Goal  Control rewards  Strong personality.  Motivates people only on the base level  Higher thinking skills level is needed to utilize  Stop thinking 'out of the box‘  stressful work environment  self-interest
  28. 28. employees are successful punished for their failure When to use? Athletic teams
  29. 29. Famous Transactional Leaders in Movies  The boss in “9 to 5”  The boss in “office Space”  Meryl Streep in “The Devil Wears Prada”  ๋Jack Nicholson in “A few Good Men”
  30. 30. Mr. Kiatisuk Senamuang (Zico) ➔ Coach of Thailand national Football team
  31. 31. Definition One of the leadership theories is the transformational leadership. This tackles everything about transformational Leadership. Transformational leadership is a lot more human theory unlike the militaristic transactional theory.
  32. 32. Characteristic  Keep their ego in check  Self-management  Ability to take the right risks  Make difficult decisions  Adaptability
  33. 33. Pros and Cons Pros - This will likely develop future leaders from a lot of followers. - It forms new expectations in followers since leadership is proactive. - It motivates followers to work for their goals and go beyond their self interest. - High productivity can be guaranteed in this kind of leadership theory.
  34. 34. Cons - This is likely based on the leader’s ability for inspiring the work force to put their best in what they do. - Some leaders may not have such ability to enforce achievements - Some leaders do not have this character and because of this, his leadership might be drawn in the edge.
  35. 35. When to use  Starts with the development of a vision, a view of the future that will excite and convert potential followers.  If you're developing a vision for your team, start with the company's mission and vision, and explore the ways in which your team can contribute directly to it.  Also when it need to develop the structure of company.
  36. 36. Walt Disney
  37. 37. STEVE JOBS
  38. 38. Activities
  39. 39. Thank you

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  • Pros: Since employees or followers have an equal say in the decision-making process, they are more committed to the desired outcome. The collaborative environment created by this style often results in more thorough solutions to problems.
    This creates an ideal environment for collaborative problem-solving in addition to decision-making.
    Communication gap is reduced. Tension between the leader and team members is decreased as a result of which fear of rejection and denial also reduces – this makes all sorts of issues addressable.
    A positive work environment is created. This means that a culture of junior workers getting a fair amount of responsibility and challenges is encouraged.
    They say two minds are better than one! Same applies here. When creative ideas are all put into the same box, great benefits are reaped.
  • The leadership fosters a type of reward system ; Eg: Employees tend to work harder to complete tasks within a given time frame so that they can reach, and sometimes even exceed, their goals in order to please their leader.
    Personalistic leader may start to favor some workers over others because they are more loyal, and weigh their input more greatly when making decisions.
    The leader are self-centered and starting to ignore his employees, making poor decisions that are out of touch with, and potentially harmful to, the rest of his organization.
  • Thailand national Football team
  • Keep their ego in check - It is easy to let ego take over when you are in a position of power. However, in transformational leadership, it is important for the leader to keep their ego under control and not let it interfere with the best interest of their team or the organization. Self-management - Transformational leaders typically don’t need much direction from others, and are able to manage themselves well. Ability to take the right risks - The ability to take calculated risks is a key characteristic of a transformational leader. They trust their instinct, and use the intelligence gathered by team members to make informed decisions. Make difficult decisions - Being a leader is not always smooth sailing, you often have to make tough decisions. Transformational leaders do not shy away from difficult decisions. Adaptability - The leader knows that it is important to constantly adapt to changing market conditions to keep moving forward. They are ever willing to adapt to new situations, and seek creative ways to respond to the dynamic business environment.
  • Disney was an innovator and go getter. Disney started his career in animation by attending the Chicago From the beginning Disney had many people that he influenced and motivated.
    Institute of Art in the evening and going to high school during the day. Disney had found something he loved and wanted to do with his life. In 1923 Disney, along with his brother, started the Disney Bros. Studio.
  • Like a transformational leader, he focuses on “transforming” others to help each other, to look out for each other, to be encouraging and harmonious, and to look out for the organization as a whole.
    His Leadership creates valuable and positive change in the followers.
    In his leadership, he enhances the motivation, morale and performance of his follower group. Some people also categorize him as a charismatic leader.