Solution Manual for Leadership, Enhancing the Lessons of Experience 10th Edition Hughes
Chapter 1: What Do We Mean by Leadership?
Part 1 Overview
If any single idea is central to this book, it is that leadership is a process, not a position.
The entire first part of this book explores this idea.
Chapter one defines leadership and explores its relationship to concepts such as
management and followership and the interactional framework is introduced.
o The interactional framework is based on the idea that leadership involves complex
interactions between the leader, the followers, and the situations they are in.
o The framework provides the organizing principle for the rest of the book.
Chapter two looks at how we can become better leaders by profiting more fully from our
Part one concludes with a chapter focusing on basic leadership skills.
o There also will be a corresponding skills chapter at the conclusion of each of the
other three parts of the book.
Learning Objectives for Chapter 01
LO 01-01: Characterize the meaning of leadership.
LO 01-02: Identify common leadership myths.
LO 01-03: Generalize the interactional framework for analyzing leadership.
LO 01-04: Illustrate the interactional framework by examining women’s roles in leadership.
LO 01-05: Conclude that there is no simple recipe for effective leadership.
Chapter 01 Brief Outline
I. Part I Introduction
II. Chapter Introduction
III. What is Leadership?
A. Leadership is both a science and an art
B. Leadership is both rational and emotional
C. Leadership and management
IV. Leadership Myths
A. Myth: Good leadership is all common sense
B. Myth: Leaders are born, not made
C. Myth: The only school you learn leadership from is the school of hard knocks
V. The Interactional Framework for Analyzing Leadership
A. The Leader
B. The Followers
C. The Situation
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