Chapter 12 The Supervisor as Leader

Frank J. Landy (1989) The Psychology of Work Behavior,  4th edition. John Wiley & Sons 



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I. SOME WARNINGS

    A. Leader Effectiveness vs. Leader Emergence
    B. The Historical Character of Leader Behavior

II. SUPERVISION VS. LEADERSHIP

III. AN OVERVIEW OF LEADERSHIP RESEARCH

IV. THEORIES OF LEADERSHIP

    A. Leader Behaviors: The Ohio State Studies (Fleishman, 1960)
        LOQ/  LBDQ is now: SBD Supervisory Behavior Description)
        Consideration & Structure
Nancy (ldr) Jeremy, Valerie

    B. Situational Influences: Fiedler's Contingency Model
        1. Leader-Member Relations
        2. Position Power
        3. Leadership Style
        4. The Contingency Theory (LPC)

Ben (ldr)

    C. Leadership as Decision Making: The Vroom-Yetton Contingency Theory
        1. Particpative Decision Making

V. LEADERSHIP FROM THE BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION PERSPECTIVE
Scott (ldr)
    A. Supervisory Behavior Description Research

    B. Reward and Punishment as Leadership
        1. Influences on Leader Behavior

VI. RECIPROCAL THEORIES OF LEADERSHIP
Heather Ldr, Jamie.

    A. Hollander's Social Exchange Theory of Leadership

    B. The Vertical Dyad Moder (Dansereau, Graen, Hage, 1974)

VII. SUBSTITUTES FOR LEADERSHIP
Michelle, Corina (ldr), Shelly,

VII. AN OVERVIEW OF THE THEORIES

VIII. LEADERSHIP AS AN ATTRIBUTIONAL PHENOMENON
Jeremy (ldr) Jamie, Grant
    A. Implicit Theories of Leadership

    B. Additional Distorting Factors in Leadership Perception