Steve Jobs Leadership

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TABLE OF CONTENT 1.0 INTRODUCTION 2.0 Path-Goal Theory 2.1 Hersey-Blanchard Situational Theory 2.2 Transformational Leadership Theory 2.3 Transactional Leadership Theory 3.0 Application of Tranformational Theory to Steve Jobs’s Leadership 4.0 Application of Transactional Theory to Steve Jobs’s leadership 5.0 Application of Hershey Blanchard Theory to Steve Jobs' leadership 6.0 Application of Path-Goal Theory to Steve Jobs’s leadership 7.0 Steve Jobs as a Charismatic leader 8.0 Uniqueness of Steve Jobs leadership 9.0 Conclusion Executive Summary Leadership style has an impact on all aspects of business in organization. Therefore over the last four decades, leadership scholars and practicing…show more content…
House and Mitchell (1974) stated four styles of leadership as follows :- a) Supportive leadership - Leader will consider the needs of the follower, by showing concern on their welfare and also creating a friendly working environment to them. Leaders are also increasing the follower's self-esteem and creating more interesting of the jobs. This is best to motivate subordinates when work is stressful, boring or hazardous. b) Directive leadership - Leaders will tell followers what needs to be done by giving appropriate guidance to them along the way. In addition, leaders will giving them schedules of specific work to be done at specific times. Rewards may also be increased, while role ambiguity will be decreased by informing them what they should be doing. This is useful when the task is unstructured and complex and the follower is inexperienced in their jobs. c) Participative leadership - Leaders will be consulting with followers and also will be taking their ideas into account in making decisions and taking particular actions. This approach is best to be used when the followers are expert and their advice is both needed. d) Achievement-oriented leadership - Leaders will be setting challenging goals, both in work and in self-improvement of the subordinates. The leaders will also showing faith in the capabilities of the follower to succeed. This approach is best whenever the task of subordinates is complex. The path goal leadership model specifies two

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