Title

Management By Exception Vs. Transformation Leadership: The Why and How

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Campus where you would like to present

Ellensburg

Event Website

https://digitalcommons.cwu.edu/source

Start Date

16-5-2019

End Date

16-5-2019

Abstract

This presentation will be bringing to light, two prominent and common types of leadership, seen in the world today, that effect almost everyone daily. The two leadership styles, Management by Exception (active) and a comprehensive Transformational style, will be compared in various aspects including skills required to use the style correctly and effectively to have to maximum impact on a team, the common effects the style has on performance, and what environments the styles work best in. To further add depth to the comparison, specific examples of well-known people who have used one or both styles in effective ways in their lives with their team or peers, will be worked in throughout the presentation. By proving real world examples and known correlations between the styles and the effect on not only the followers they might encounter, but themselves as well, this presentation aims to provide some tools that the audience can use in their own lives when in any leadership position to inspire and motivate those around them.

Faculty Mentor(s)

James Barnett

Department/Program

Leadership Studies

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May 16th, 12:00 AM May 16th, 12:00 AM

Management By Exception Vs. Transformation Leadership: The Why and How

Ellensburg

This presentation will be bringing to light, two prominent and common types of leadership, seen in the world today, that effect almost everyone daily. The two leadership styles, Management by Exception (active) and a comprehensive Transformational style, will be compared in various aspects including skills required to use the style correctly and effectively to have to maximum impact on a team, the common effects the style has on performance, and what environments the styles work best in. To further add depth to the comparison, specific examples of well-known people who have used one or both styles in effective ways in their lives with their team or peers, will be worked in throughout the presentation. By proving real world examples and known correlations between the styles and the effect on not only the followers they might encounter, but themselves as well, this presentation aims to provide some tools that the audience can use in their own lives when in any leadership position to inspire and motivate those around them.

https://digitalcommons.cwu.edu/source/2019/Oralpres/207