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Schaffen von Resonanz als visionärer, coachender, verbindender, demokratischer, geschwindigkeitsvorgebender oder befehlender Leiter. Erklärung der Führungsstile von Daniel Goleman.

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In seinem Buch Primal Leadership (2002, mit Richard Boyatzis und Annie McKee), stellt Goleman sechs Führungsstile vor. Um die sechs Führungsstile richtig zu verstehen, sollten Sie zuerst sein menschliches Kommunikations-/Interaktionskonzept der Resonanz verstehen.


Leiter schaffen Resonanz

Nach Ansicht Golemans sind gute Leiter effektiv, weil sie Resonanz schaffen.


Resonanz kommt vom lateinischen Wort resonare. Ein Geräusch schaffen. Wirkungsvolle Leiter stellen sich auf die Gefühle von Leuten ein und verschieben sie in eine positive emotionale Richtung. Sie sprechen authentisch über ihre eigenen Werte, Richtung und Prioritäten und schwingen mit den Gefühlen der umgebenden Leute mit. Unter der Leitung eines wirkungsvollen Leiters fühlen Leute ein gegenseitiges Komfortniveau. Resonanz besitzen Leute mit einem hohen Grad an emotionaler Intelligenz (Selbstbewußtsein, Selbstmanagement, Sozialbewußtsein und Verhältnis-Management), bezieht aber auch intellektuelle Aspekte ein.


Kreation der Resonanz kann in sechs Weisen erfolgen und zu sechs Leadership Styles (Führungsstilen) führen. Gewöhnlich können die wirkungsvollsten Leiter entsprechend agieren und sie können zwischen den verschiedenen Stilen in Abhängigkeit von der Situation wechseln.


 

Visionäre Führung

Coaching-Stil

Verbindende Führung

Demokratische Führung

Geschwindigkeitsvorgebende Führung

Dominierende Führung

Eigenschaften der Leiter

Spornt an. Glaubt an eigene Vision. Einfühlsam. Erklärt, wie und warum Bemühungen der Leute zum „Traum“ beitragen. Hört zu. Hilft Leuten, ihre eigenen Stärken und Schwächen zu identifizieren. Ratgeber. Regt an. Delegiert. Fördert Harmonie. Freundlich. Einfühlsam. Er erhöht Moral. Löst Konflikte. Großartiger Zuhörer. Teamarbeiter. Mitarbeiter. Beeinflusser. Starker Drang zu leisten. Hohe eigene Standards. Initiative. Geringes Einfühlungsvermögen und Zusammenarbeit. Ungeduld. Micromanaging. Zahlengetrieben. Befehlend. „Tun Sie es, weil ich es so sage“. Bedrohend. Enge Kontrolle. Überwacht ununterbrochen. Schafft Dissonanz. Verdirbt jedem die Stimmung. Treibt Talente weg.

Wie Resonanz durch Stil hervorgerufen wird

Er treibt Leute in Richtung zu geteilten Träumen. Verbindet, was eine Person will; mit den Zielen der Organisation. Schafft Harmonie, indem er Leute miteinander verbindet. Schätzt den Einsatz der Leute und erhält Engagement durch Teilnahme. Verwirklicht schwierige und aufregende Ziele. Er verringert Furcht, indem er im Notfall eine klare Richtung angibt.

Die Auswirkung des Stils auf das (Geschäfts) Klima

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Wann der Stil angebracht ist

Wenn Änderungen eine neue Vision erfordern. Oder wenn eine klare Richtung erforderlich ist. Radikale Änderung. Um kompetenten, motivierten Angestellten zu helfen, Leistung durch das Schaffen von langfristigen Fähigkeiten zu verbessern. Risse in einem Team beheben. Um in stressigen Zeiten zu motivieren. Oder Verbindungen zu verstärken. Unterstützung oder Übereinstimmung errichten. Oder wertvollen Einsatz von den Angestellten erhalten. Hochwertige Resultate von einem motivierten und kompetenten Team erhalten. Verkauf. In einer ernsten Krise. Oder mit Problemangestellten. Um eine dringende organisatorische Kehrtwende zu beginnen. Traditionell militärisch.

Buch: Daniel Goleman, Richard Boyatzis, Annie McKee - Primal Leadership -


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  How to Assess Your Own Leadership Style?
Did Goleman, Boyatzis and McKee provide a test to assess your own leadership styles out of the six mentioned?
Are there any other similar leadership style self-tests?...
     
 
  Bad Leadership in Organizations
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  Leadership by Connecting using Individual Psychology
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  3 Kinds of Leaders: Builders, Maintainers and Destroyers
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- Builders are always with a new vision and they work towards the vision by selling their vision to their followers by inspiration, performance and guidance....
     
 
  Current Leadership Styles
In this era we do not need either pacesetting or commanding types of leadership.
In my opinion, we currently live in a world where we need mainly visionary leaders to achieve the objectives of our organisations. ...
     
 
  Leadership Styles are Labels
I think most of the leadership styles we heard and read about are simply labels made by people, in particular social scientists, to interpret those demonstrable behaviors. They are after-thoughts.
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  Oligarchical Leadership Styles
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  People Ignore Inefficient & Ineffective Leaders
Leadership styles has always been a complex affair. Over the last 40 years I had the opportunity to work in eastern and western cultures as a follower as well as in in leadership roles.
Followers soon evaluate and judge leaders who can deliver r...
     
 
  Resonating Leadership Character and Persona
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Two impersonated egos but only one leade...
     
 
  Dominant Leadership Styles
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  Situational Leadership Styles
Situational styles are adequate variations of leadership, adjusted to the actual situations and needs.
One of my trainers stated: "Leadership has to be democratic-dictatoric!...
     
 
  Mostly Used Leadership Style in Developed Countries
This topic is really very important for executives. I am willing to know which type leadership style is being used mostly in developed countries?
I would be grateful to have your replies....
     
 
  Democratic Leadership
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  Leadership Styles and Motivation
How do leadership styles actually relate to motivation?...
     
 
  General Allenby (Field Marshal Viscount Allenby)
Does anyone know what sort of leadership style Allenby had? He was known as the 'bull' and had a mixed career. He had success in South Africa where the cavalry used its mobility. Frustration in WWI on the western front – trench warfare and a l...
     
 
  Goleman's Use of the Word 'he'
Is Goleman referring to both 'females' and 'males' within the creation of resonance table, or simply males. I have noted that Goleman uses the word 'he' rather than 'people' or 'persons'?...
     
 

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I can't wait for great authentic leadership to emerge in the current context in which the trust is shaken. In times of crisis people discover ways to better deal with the future.
As an authentic leader, self-consciousness is absolutely fu...
     
 
  Why is Commanding Leadership Style Still Abundant?
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  Utilising and Altering / Varying Leadership Styles
After reading briefly on leadership styles it had me thinking, how often are leaders aware that they are using leadership styles? And how often do leaders think before they act as to what leadership style they will use? And would there be a di...
     
 
  Adapt the Suitable Leadership Style
Humans are one thing in this world that can't be explained very concisely by theory or formulas. "One size fits all" concept may not be too useful in the people context.
Personally I would think that the "best" leadership style is always subject...
     
 
  The Best Leadership Style
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  Leadership Style: born or made
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Factors Affecting the Required Leadership Style

Goleman provides a good framework to understand and classify leadership styles. It is true that no leader always leads in a particular style but adapt...
Usage (application): Choosing an Appropriate Leadership Style
 
 
 

Categeories of CEO's

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Leadership Self-Assessement

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Identify and Develop Leadership Abilities

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What is Your Leadership Point of View?

In my experience very few leaders are able to define and succinctly articulate their leadership point of view. The reason? They haven't taken the time...
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Leadership Best Practices

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LEADER: Best Practices for Effective Leadership Behavior

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How to Develop your Own Leadership Philosophy

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For Resonance, One Must Differentiate Between Various Discrete Forms of Positive Emotions

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Usage (application): Leadership Skills, Management Skills, Emotional Intelligence
 
 
 

Reasons and Remedies to Dissonance in Leaders

In today’s constantly changing, challenging and demanding environment, it is hard for leaders to remain effective and resonant (see here what Goleman ...
Usage (application): Primal Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, Stress, Cognitive Dissonance, Resonance
 
 
 

The Relationship between the Power of Leaders and Overconfidence

Fast et al. (2012) researched the relationship between power and overconfidence. In many cases it can be seen that decision making by power holders is...
Usage (application): Leadership, Power, Leadership Development, Executive Education
 
 
 

Emotional Style and Leadership Performance

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Freud ‘s Personality Types

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