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Pedro Lopez and the Trinity Orchestra, 2017 (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Understanding Follower Attitudes Helps Decipher Leadership Success

Idea posted: November 2017
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour

Leadership success is built not only on the competencies of the leader but also the perceptions of followers. Conceptualizing perceptions as attitudes unveils a more nuanced and complete explanation of leadership success (and failure).

Idea #682
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Frank Jordan meets with Doug Cuthbertson and other union leaders at City Hall, New York, during the 1994 newspaper strike

Why You Need to Mend Any Poor Relationships With Your Employees

Idea posted: September 2017
  • Leadership & Change

A leading researcher on the issue of management-subordinate conflicts explains why it is important for leaders to mend any poor or strained relationships with their subordinates — and what steps to take. 

 

Idea #674
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Star Trek crew members, 1968, Chekov, Uhura, Scott and Sulu  (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Leader–Team Member Relationships 2: Impact Job Satisfaction, Trust and Empowerment

Idea posted: August 2017
  • Leadership & Change
  • Learning & Behaviour

In addition to confirming that the quality of relationships between leader and subordinates impacts performance, a new meta-analysis of the research also identifies why these relationships have such an impact: because they affect the role clarity, job satisfaction, organizational commitment, motivation, empowerment and most importantly, trust.

Idea #671
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Elvis Presley and others being sworn into the US Army, 1958 (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Leader–Team Member Relationships 1: Impact on Performance

Idea posted: August 2017
  • Leadership & Change

Leaders and managers have different relationships with different members of their teams. Leader-member exchange theory can help leaders understand how these differences in relationships impact the performance of the team as a whole and of individual team members.

Idea #670
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