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  1. Situational Theories:
  2. Leadership Principals
  3. Leadership by Attention
  4. What do Correctional Administrators do?
  5. Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
  6. Collaborative Leadership
  7. Leadership Traits
  8. Behavioral Theories:
  9. Contingency Theories:
  10. Six Leadership Styles
  11. Relationship Theories:
  12. Great Man Theories:
  13. Trait Theories:
  14. Practical Applications of Leadership
  15. Exemplary Leadership
  16. Participative Theories:
  17. Difference between a Manager & Administrator?
  18. Management Theories:
  1. a Managers "manage" facility -----WHILE----- Admins writes duties and make sure managers do their job.
  2. b Exemplary Leadership
    Six Leadership Styles
    Leadership Principals
    Collaborative Leadership
    Leadership by Attention
  3. c Matching the RIGHT person to the RIGHT job.
  4. d qualities that "great" men were born with
  5. e personal vision, personal leadership
    personal management, interpersonal leadership, empathic communication, creative cooperation, self renewal.
  6. f degree where Leaders includes FOLLOWERS
  7. g Self-Actualization (Finally reach S.A - desire of personal growth and fulfillment.
    Esteem (which gains esteem, where they desire recognition and reputation)
    Belonging and Love (Then move up with needs of belonging and love)
    Safety ( Then focus on safety needs of stability, law, protection, and order)
    Physiological (everyone begins with a desire to meet physio. needs for good health, food, sleep)
  8. h "what gets attention gets done" things that NEED to get accomplished and reinforced.
  9. i leaders were born with inherent traits
  10. j Different situations requires different leadership
  11. k working together
  12. l What leaders actually DO... their ROLES
  13. m 8 of them
  14. n how the transaction between the leader and the follower are managed.
  15. o - ( MODEL a way, challenge process)
  16. p 1. Coercive leaders who demand immediate compliance
    2. Authoritative leaders who mobilize people toward a vision
    3. Leaders who create emotional bonds
    4. Democratic leaders who build consensus through participation
    5. Pace setting leaders who expect excellence and self-direction
    6. Coaching leaders who develop people for the future.
  17. q Manage and Lead
  18. r Transactional - leaders motivates followers
    Transformational - leaders EMPOWER followers