Shriberg Leadership Theory

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the management successfully in his organization. Good leaders build a system that provide their employees to produce quality product and other services in a most efficient way. They always develop their mission statement very clear and give the clear direction and vision in the organization. Managing changes in any organization means that include people for work differently and give them motivation to change their behavior. The effective leaders utilizing different leadership’s theories to change the style of organization. Today’s global market is changing very quickly, so leader is very clever to measure the thing rightly and response on these changes very quickly. In this type of situation applying a right style help a leader to become more…show more content…
There are lots of article and books available suggested that different personality features are necessary for become a good leader. Many researcher define different trait for effective leadership. One of the researcher Stogdil’s (1974) identified some traits that include intelligence, information, accountability, self-assurance and public skills. One more study suggests that some of the traits linked with leadership without any situation like task completing, powerful skills with dealing different people, flexibility, bravery, talent to inspire others and be aware the desires of other peoples (Cherry K…show more content…
One was held in Ohio State University (1940) and other was held 10 year later in University of Michigan (1950). A group of student from Ohio University design a list of different statements. The purpose of this list to measure the different dimensions of behavioral leadership. This study result is much known as LDBQ (Leaders Behavior Description Questionnaire). At the end they found two behaviors which associated with each other. People oriented behavioral leaders and Task Oriented Leaders. Task oriented leaders mainly concerned on organizational structure and they like to control. These leaders are very concerned about their staff motivation. This study state that these leaders also like Starting, Establishing, Descriptive and Material Gathering. People oriented leaders are concentration on the internal needs of people and fulfilled them. These leaders using human relation trying to motivate their staff. They always concern about task and the task result. These leaders also like Inspiring, Detecting, and Attending. The second study held in University of Michigan (1950). This study identified three features of goof leadership relationship oriented behavioral, task oriented behavior and participative leadership (Behavioral Theories

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