AEE 3414 4/1 Risk leadership Follow this with the power point slides that are on e-learning. Slide 2: From another book, Understanding leadership. All readings in the Assigned reading folder on e-learning. Slide 3: Risk: taking chances with or without knowing outcome. It could also be seen negative. In leadership removing obstacles could be risky. Leaders need to be ok with taking risk. Compare to Path-goal. Status quo: way it has always been. Corporations or business could become obsolete, not changing. Stimulate genuine?: show it works long-term. Risk adverse people Slide 4: Bottom-up empowerment: all organization being part of it. if we really want people to get involve, is telling them in the beginning. Risky things in media: car corporations/auto makers. Slide 5: example Tibet: part of China but not identified as China. Different culture and organization. They want to be autonomous. China does not let them and oppress them. Has been going on for decades. Dalai Lama: was discovered as a kid. Wants piece and harmony. Goes around the world talking about being Dalai Lama, addressing risk he has been taking to bring freedom and autonomy to Tibet. Youtube video recommended to watch: dalai lama today show. Slide6: Dalai Lama: Issue and transformative. China communist, Tibet not. Slide 7: Monday?s case study example: Joe company near bankruptcy. If given to bank, he loses his position Slide 8: Catro, Mussolini, Stalin, Chin Hao niao. Overthrown, leader uses power in unethical way. Revolt can be stimulated from followers or third-party. Slide 9: American revolution vs. England?s society. Revolt issues with culture, control of culture. Slide 10: Aha moments. Want to make difference Slide 11: Unified system to organize, for example, kids learning help. Knowing what do they do before and/or after. Slide 12: Agenda building: bringing people from different organizations. Issues, everybody builds agenda, everybody comes as one. Activate conflict: take action, instead of complaining do something about it. Resolution: conclusion.Build stronger organization, country, etc. Slide 13: A particular order things need to happen. Show others that not taking risks is the risk What are the other options, is revolt the best option. Working for the whole organization. Not egoistic. Slide 14: Cultures like Tibet dissapearing. Acceptance of status quo. Slide 15: Anybody from the organization can take risk, ask for support and make change. Feeling comfortable enough to ask questions and have the conversation. Slide 16: Seeing some elements of ethical leadership. Ethical leadership work to name consequences.
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