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Published on June 8, 2009

Author: joyce1sage

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Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) Group Members: Joyce Holland Shannon Jones Duncan Lambert Leadership Analysis

Department of Public Social Services (DPSS)

Group Members:

Joyce Holland

Shannon Jones

Duncan Lambert

Table of Content Overview of DPSS Organizational Chart/Mission Statement Theory/Models Fiedler’s Contingency Theory Trait Theory Decision Making Model New Hire Orientation Conclusion

Table of Content

Overview of DPSS

Organizational Chart/Mission Statement

Theory/Models

Fiedler’s Contingency Theory

Trait Theory

Decision Making Model

New Hire Orientation

Conclusion

Organizational Chart

Mission Statement To provide accurate and timely benefits and effective services to individuals and families in need, which both alleviated hardship and promote personal responsibility and economic independence. To focus on positive outcomes, quality, innovation and leadership. To maintain a high standard of excellence department wide

To provide accurate and timely benefits and effective services to individuals and families in need, which both alleviated hardship and promote personal responsibility and economic independence.

To focus on positive outcomes, quality, innovation and leadership.

To maintain a high standard of excellence department wide

Fiedler Contingency Theory Leader/employee relationship Task structure Position of power

Fiedler Contingency Theory

Leader/employee relationship

Task structure

Position of power

1997 Trait Theory (old) Positive attitude Honesty & dependability Clear on dreams and goals Action (goals) Learn (educate self as much as possible) Be industrious (work hard and be persistent) Focus-Focus-Focus Innovate (do things better and effective) Communicate confidently Be sincere

1997 Trait Theory (old)

Positive attitude

Honesty & dependability

Clear on dreams and goals

Action (goals)

Learn (educate self as much as possible)

Be industrious (work hard and be persistent)

Focus-Focus-Focus

Innovate (do things better and effective)

Communicate confidently

Be sincere

1999 (new) Stogdills and Mann’s findings (traits) 1. intelligence 2. dominance 3. self-confidence 4. level of energy and activity 5. task relevant knowledge

1999 (new)

Stogdills and Mann’s findings (traits)

1. intelligence

2. dominance

3. self-confidence

4. level of energy and activity

5. task relevant knowledge

Decision-Making Theory Autocratic 1 - Problem is solved by leader Autocratic 2 - Additional information is obtained from stakeholders

Autocratic 1 - Problem is solved by leader

Autocratic 2 - Additional information is obtained from stakeholders

Decision-Making Theory Consultative 1 - Leader discusses problem before making decision. Consultative 2 - Problem discussed with stakeholders Participative - stakeholders decides upon decision

Consultative 1 - Leader discusses problem before making decision.

Consultative 2 - Problem discussed with stakeholders

Participative - stakeholders decides upon decision

References Griffin R. W. (1977). Fundamentals of Management (1 st ed.) Boston, MA. (pg. 284), Houghton Mifflin Company Perlee C. (Eds.) (1999). Organizational Leadership and Change Management (1 st ed.). Boston, MA: McGra-Hill

Conclusion

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