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Leadership and Organizational Climate

ISBN-10: 0130321877
ISBN-13: 9780130321879
Edition: 2002
Authors: Robert Stringer
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Description: For Leadership courses. Leadership and Organizational Climate is a book that shows how leaders impact organizational performance by manipulating the environmental determinants of motivation. Consciously or unconsciously, effective leaders arouse  More...

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Book details

List price: $113.60
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 11/21/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 308
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

For Leadership courses. Leadership and Organizational Climate is a book that shows how leaders impact organizational performance by manipulating the environmental determinants of motivation. Consciously or unconsciously, effective leaders arouse and direct the motivational energy that compels people to action. This book explains how specific leadership practices shape the dimensions of organizational climate and how different climates influence people's energies and efforts. Stringer discusses both the direct and indirect aspects of leadership: how the memory or shadow of a leader creates a certain atmosphere or climate within an organization, and how this climate impacts motivation. Leadership is too often explained in terms of the leader's direct face-to-face impact on people. This book describes and validates the less dramatic but more lasting impact that certain leadership practices have on people's thoughts, feelings, and behavior. Filled with examples showing how leaders can manage performance by using organizational climate, this book attempts to be a cloud chamber for the practice of leadershipits traces the normally unseen, but very real, motivational influences that leaders exert when they move through an organization.

Introduction "The Cloud Chamber Effect"
What is Organizational Climate?
The Concept of Organizational Climate
Origins of Climate
The Bridge
The Weather of the Workplace
Definitions
Climate Dimensions
The Determinants of Climate
Climate and Culture
Measuring the Unmeasurable
Motivation: "What Makes People Tick?"
The Human Mystery
Historical Perspective
A Workable Framework
Intrinsic Motivation
The Intrinsic Motives of Achievement, Affiliation, and Power
The Role of the Environment in Arousing Motivation
The Future of Motivation
Measuring Organizational Climate
The Need for a "Thought/Feeling Meter"
Climate Dimensions and Aroused Motivation
The First-Generation Climate Questionnaire
The Next Generation of the Questionnaire
Managerial Validity
The Climate Survey
The Final Phases of Development of Our Climate Survey
A Real-World Climate Measurement Tool
The Organizational Climate Survey
What Is the Organization Being Measured?
Measuring Leadership
The Feedback Report
Is There a "Perfect Climate"?
Do Climate Survey Results Predict Organizational Performance?
The Practical Benefits of Our Approach to Measuring Climate
What Causes Climate?
The Determinants of Climate
Causing Climate
Determinants Inside and Outside of the Organization
External Environment
Strategy
Organizational Arrangements
Historical Forces
Leadership
Leadership
Leadership and Climate
Leadership Practices
Leadership Versus Management
Measuring What Bosses Do
How Do You Change Leadership Practices?
Implications for Maria
A "Hit List" of Leadership Practices
What Practices Really Matter?
The Leadership Questionnaire
How Well Do Leadership Practices Predict Climate?
Our "Hit List" of the Most Powerful Leadership Practices
How the "Hit List" Predicts Total Climate
How Can We Use Climate?
Using Climate as a Performance Management Tool
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Pita Plus: Firing Your Boss
Preston King: Rigging the Data
A Two-Part System
A Tale of Two Schools: "Irrelevant Leadership"
Schools Are Different
A Case Study in Two Public High Schools
Feedback Sessions
The Results
Principal Selection
Implications
Health Care Organizations: Generating a "Margin for Mission"
Distinctive Problems
Leadership Challenges
UHCS's Integrated Delivery Network
The Climate Survey
Intervention
Prognosis
The Future of Leadership and Organizational Climate
The Future of Climate: Visitor Climates
The Future of Climate: Measurement and Feedback
The Future of Climate: Climate in Cyberspace
The Future of Leadership
The Bottom Line: Motivational Capital
Climate Management Toolkit
The Climate Questionnaire
The Organizational Climate Report
A User's Guide to Your Organizational Climate Scores
The Climate Survey Feedback and Planning Guide
The Practices Resource Guide
References and Suggested Readings
Index

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