Title: Developing your leadership styles Level: 4 Credit value: unit guided learning hours 10 Learning outcomes (the learner will) Assessment criteria (the learner can) 1 understand the outcomes of effective leadership 1. 1 Evaluate the importance of performance and engagement with followers in an organization 2 Be able to assess own leadership styles 2. 1 2. 2 Review the six specific scales for leadership Assess the effectiveness of own leadership style In terms of the six scales 3 understand the implications of own leadership styles for self and for leadership thin own organization 3. Using the self-assessment of own leadership styles, evaluate the implications for self and own organization Evaluate the impact of changes in the situation on the effectiveness of the adopted style 4 Be able to assess own leadership behavior, in terms of the three global factors which determine effective leadership 4. 1 4. 2 Evaluate the three global factors which impact on leadership effectiveness Assess own leadership behavior in terms of the three global factors 5 Understand how to develop own leadership style and effectiveness .
Unit purpose and aim(s) To be able to develop own leadership style to improve own and organizational performance. Unit review date 31/03/2017 Details of the relationship between the unit and relevant national occupational standards or professional standards or curricula (if appropriate) Links to Management and Leadership 2004 NOSE: AY Assessment requirements or guidance specified by a sector or regulatory body (if appropriate) Support for the unit from a sector skills council or other appropriate body (if required) Council for Administration (SFA)
Equivalencies agreed for the unit (of required) MM. 24 Developing your leadership styles Location of the unit within the subject/sector classification system 15. 3 Business Management Name of the organization submitting the unit Institute of Leadership & Management Availability for use Additional Guidance about the Unit Indicative Content: Definition of leadership The difference between leadership and management Importance of performance and interaction (engagement) with followers in an 2 Influential leadership models Great person models Trait theories (intelligence, personality etc)
Behavioral models (Pull Theory, Transactional Models, Transformational Models, Action Centered Leadership, The 7 Habits etc) Situational Models (Hershey-Blanchard, Tantalum-Schmidt etc) ELM 72 (Integrated leadership measure) Situational leadership Six specific scales to measure aspects of leadership style task vs.. Person flexible vs.. Dogmatic De-centralized vs.. Centralized reward vs.. Punishment the means vs.. The end 3 Ability to assess and understand various situations Implications of leadership styles for self and for organizational performance productivity, open to ideas and suggestions, effective delegation, developing people and processes etc) Implications for different situations Three global scales Determination to deliver Individual cohesion Team working Assessing own leadership behavior in terms of the three global scales Understanding how these work in terms of motivation theory 5 Compiling an action plan (current behaviors, goal setting, implementation practice, identification of what the difference in performance would be) Benefits of implementing an action plan