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The impact of feminine identity and soft influence tactics on leadership style

Asha Kaul

The impact of feminine identity and soft influence tactics on leadership style

by Asha Kaul

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Published by Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gender identity in the workplace,
  • Leadership in women

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAsha Kaul, Jithesh Kumar K.
    SeriesWorking paper -- W.P. no. 2011-05-04
    ContributionsIndian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMicrofiche# (H)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination34 p.
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25171293M
    LC Control Number2011350887

    Lead Between Venus and Mars: 7 Traits of True Leaders Control is a mirage. The most effective leaders right now--men and women--are those who embrace traits once considered feminine.   The Idealist leadership style accounts for about % of American leaders. And based on my observations, famous Idealists include Tony Hsieh (CEO of Zappos) and Meg Whitman (CEO of Hewlett-Packard).

    The alternative leadership style has shown signs of being an effective antidote. leaders at all levels achieve results using the power of influence. That isn’t to say that old-style command. The best leaders strive to influence culture through their leadership. But it’s how they do this—their leadership style —that ultimately shapes the culture of an organization. Leaders can direct culture using traditional “command-and-control” traits like top-down leadership, class systems, and profit-driven values.

    When it comes to leadership style, they may exhibit a range of under-developed and counter-effective behaviors which will tend to alienate rather than inspire, persuade, or create consensus. Influence and Leadership There can be no leadership without influence, because influencing is how leaders lead. In their classic book on leadership, Leaders: Strategies for Taking Charge, Warren Bennis and Burt Nanus echo this point: "There is a profound difference between management and leadership," they wrote, "and both are important.


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The impact of feminine identity and soft influence tactics on leadership style by Asha Kaul Download PDF EPUB FB2

Using sex identity theory, the paper studies the impact of feminine identity and soft influence tactics on leadership styles, specifically task oriented and participative. Earlier researchers have documented difference in the working and leadership styles of men and women and tactics used for securing compliance from team members.

This paper focuses on the impact and effectiveness of feminine and masculine styles of leadership on contrasting genders in four different economies namely. The general objective of this study is thus to access the impact of culture on gender predisposition to leadership styles in organizations.

Below are the specific objectives; 1. To ascertain the impact of power distance on leadership style. To determine the effect of individualism and collectivism on leadership style. Size: KB. Female leaders tend to emphasize the human side of relationships more so than male leaders, exhibiting the supporting, participatory behavior of a non-directive leadership style.

On the other hand, it has long been expected and observed that male leaders tend to exhibit a more autocratic, directive, task-oriented leadership style.

To address these various issues, and thereby, enhance the utility of the social identity approach to leadership, in the present paper we seek to develop and validate a new instrument — the Identity Leadership Inventory (the ILI) — with the aim of providing a more comprehensive and firmer basis for future investigations of the various dimensions of leadership as a social identity Cited by: The Impact of Leadership Style on Employee's Motivation.

the motivational influence on particular leadership style, considering management level, is. understanding of the style expected to hold true for its importance in employee performance and retention in the long term. This paper is the only attempt to date that explores the effects of the four leadership styles on team motivation.

Keywords: Team Motivation, Dynamic Leadership, Leadership Style, Leadership Theories. Leadership is the capacity to translat e vision into reality.

Warren G. Bennis Leadership is the incremental influence that a person has beyond his or her formal authority. (Vecchio, ) Leadership is the influential increment over and above mechanical compliance with the routine directives of the organization.(Katz & Kahnp. Thus, it is of no surprise that a fast growing body of leadership literature focuses on leader and follower identity development dynamics, levels, co-construction and effects (e.g., Carroll and Levy,Day and Harrison,DeRue et al.,Eilam-Shamir et al.,Ibarra,Lord and Hall,Owens et al., ).This growth in leadership identity.

A lot has been said about women's leadership, and how it does or does not differ from men's leadership. In most discussions, women's leadership and feminine leadership are assumed to be the same thing. As a result, any talk of feminine leadership is understood as something not relevant to men, and even antagonistic to men.

The differences between leadership styles are not necessarily positive or negative in building leadership, but executives need to be aware of their style. Soft tactics allow the person to be influenced with more latitude in deciding whether or not to accept the influence than do hard tactics.

Hard influence tactics can place more strain on the relationship between the influencing person and the target, especially when the action was unwarranted. Influence tactics can also be divided into “push. The authoritarian style should normally only be used on rare occasions, and often is unproductive in a volunteer situation.

If a leader has the time and wants to gain more commitment and motivation from others, then the democratic style should be used. Traits of democratic leadership and situations where this style of leadership is effective.

Knowing how downward influence tactics relate to leadership styles and their consequences would enable a superior to consider changing or maintaining his/her styles and influence tactics in order to achieve certain desirable outcomes.

Although several studies have explored the relationship between leadership. 5 Leadership Styles You Can Use. Authoritarian Leadership. Authoritarian leadership styles allow a leader to impose expectations and define outcomes.

A one-person show can turn out to be successful in situations when a leader is the most knowledgeable in the team. How does identity influence leadership.

We know that the traditional vision of leadership is broken (and we know that this isn’t an original idea) because it does not recognize the cultural implications of leadership. How you grew up influences how you see the world which has a could have a huge impact on how you work with a group and.

A leadership style refers to a leader's characteristic behaviors when directing, motivating, guiding, and managing groups of people. Great leaders can inspire political movements and social change.

They can also motivate others to perform, create, and innovate. page Culture, Leadership, and Organizations: The GLOBE Study of 62 studies are called the GLOBE studies, named for the Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness research program.

The GLOBE studies have generated a very large number of find-ings on the relationship between culture and leadership. How to Define Your Personal Leadership Identity.

What’s the best way to define your Personal Leadership Identity?. Chapter 6 in The New Alpha book spells out a step-by-step processing for doing this, but the gist is that our Personal Leadership Identity doesn’t usually come to us out of thin air; rather we uncover it by reflecting on our life and experiences and by.

feminine leadership while developed economies namely; Canada and the UK have higher preference for masculine leadership style. Nevertheless, overall male workers do not have higher preference to work under masculine leadership style while females have higher preference for both masculine and feminine leadership styles.

influence of different leadership styles, and to determine what leadership style works best in a large group expedition. The main question identified was “What roles can a leader play in affecting the dynamic of a large group while partaking in a field expedition?” The following research questions were.

addressed: 1.Leadership styles can be grouped into eight different categories, all built on a leader’s imagination, creativity, strategies, confidence, and personal boundaries.

And, the characteristics of being a dynamic and effective leader are based on their individual strengths, ambition, persistence, and behavioral courage.ing identity as an important leadership strategy among LGBT leaders given their historic marginalization because of sexual orientation.

Eagly & Carli’s () extensive work on women and leadership suggest that gender does influence the exercise of leadership. The perceived incongruity between female gen.