Execute an Analysis of Managers or Leaders in Your Organisation on the Basis of the Leadership Grid as Was Propounded by Jane Morton and Robert Black. the Characteristics-Traits Used to Classify the Managers – Leaders Should Be Established.
FACULTY OF COMMERCE
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS STUDIES
MASTERS IN BUSINESS LEADERSHIP (MBL)
NAME OF STUDENT: CATHERINE DOMBO
REGISTRATION NUMBER: B1230847
COURSE: STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP AND ORGANISATIONAL DYNAMICS
COURSE CODE: MBL 512
COURSE COORDINATOR: MR MASHAVIRE
DUE DATE 5/09/12
Execute an analysis of managers or leaders in your organisation on the basis of the leadership grid as was propounded by Jane Morton and Robert Black. The characteristics-traits used to classify the managers – leaders should be established.
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2.1.2. Produce or Perish Leadership - High Concern for Production/Low Concern for People
A produce or perish leader is very concerned about production effectiveness, and probably sees workers as means to achieve great results. This leader also sees workforce needs as secondary to the need of a productive and efficient workplace. He/She might have very strict and autocratic work rules, and perhaps views punishment as the best motivational force.
2.1.3Impoverished Leadership - Low Concern for Production/ Low Concern for People
This leader is very ineffective. The leader has neither a high regard for creating efficient systems or rules to structure work processes, nor for creating a motivated or satisfied work environment. The result of this leadership style could be a highly disorganized workplace with low satisfaction and motivation.
2.1.4. Middle of the Road Leadership - Medium Concern for Production/Medium Concern for People
This style tries to balance the two competing concerns. It tries to compromise different needs, and may seem as a great solution. However, when compromising, leaders risk that neither the concern for people nor the concern for