EDUC524 Challenges in Urban Education: LEADERSHIP

EDUC524 Challenges in Urban Education: LEADERSHIP

EDUC524 Challenges in Urban Education: LEADERSHIP DR. CASTRUITA October 23, 2018 PRESENTERS: Adrienne Thomas Dan Phan

Terrynce Rucker 2 SKILLS APPROACH TO LEADERSHIP 3

Northouses Leadership Theory and Practice OVERVIEW: Define Perspectives Activity 4 PERSPECTIVE 1: Robert Katz 1955

The Skills Approach emphasis is on skills and abilities that can be learned and developed for future leadership (Northouse, 2007). Proposed by Robert Katz in the Harvard Business Review, titled "Skills of an Effective Administrator" from 1955, recognizes three different abilities that a leader should have. 5

THE SKILLS APPROACH TO LEADERSHIP TECHNICAL - having knowledge about and being proficient in a specific type of work or activity - having knowledge about and being able to work with people

HUMAN - the ability to do the mental work of shaping meaning of organizational policy or issues (what company stands for and where its going) CONCEPTUAL 6 ACTIVITY:

The Building Blocks of Leadership ( Groups of 4) 7 Read job description Use blocks to build level of skill needed.

Technical Skill Human Conceptual One group volunteers to share building blocks 8 ROBERT KATZ 1955

9 THREE SKILLS APPROACH 10 WHAT WOULD YOU ADD? Use the RED block and on the tape write ONE

additional skill needed for this job. 11 M.D. Mumford et. al 2000 THE SKILLS-BASED MODEL OF LEADERSHIP

Individual Attributes (General Cognitive Ability, Crystalized Cognitive Ability, Motivation and Personality) Competencies (Problem Solving Skills, Social Judgment Skills and Knowledge) Leadership Outcomes (Effective Problem Solving, Performance). 12 PERSPECTIVE 2: M.D. Mumford et. al 2000 The Skills -Based model model is characterized

as a capability model because it examines the relationship between a leaders knowledge and skills (i.e., capabilities) and the leaders performance (Mumford, Zaccaro, Harding, et al., 2000, p. 12). Leadership capabilities can be developed over time through education and experience ( Northouse, 2007). 13 M.D. MUMFORD et al 2000

14 Pros Describes leadership in terms of skills that makes leadership available to everyone

15 It is an expansive view of leadership that incorporates a wide variety of components Consistent with the curricula of most

leadership education programs Cons By including so many components it becomes more general and less precise The theory is not a good predictive theory

Theory claims not to be a trait theory however it lists major components that are trait-like Theory was constructed by studying military personnel and has questionable application to other populations

Scene from Office Space SELECTION and DEVELOPMENT OF LEADERS What do you do again? 16 Thank you!

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