PLEASE READ CAREFULLYFor this Assignment, review Rowe (2007) from your Learning Materials. In addition, research the
Shackleton event on your own using credible online sources. Compare and contrast the two
events in terms of the leadership skills demonstrated to promote effective teamwork.

A personal evaluation in which you do the following:

• Explain how the teamwork in both events (i.e., Shackleton or Everest) was effective or
ineffective and why. As a leader, what would you have done differently to elevate the
group in each scenario to a more effective team and why?

• Using Hill’s Team Leadership Model (see Rowe, 2007), How would you have managed
the crisis and/or obstacles faced in both events?

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TEAM LEADERSHIP

A leader is someone who has a vision and is able to assemble a team to make
that vision come true. A leader must also be very quick thinking and able to
solve daily problems as they happen. Every business will experience bumps
along the way and leadership will help to steer the company through them.
Companies can prosper only if leaders clearly know where they want to take
them, and if staff respect and believe in their leaders.

-Allan Zeman1

B eing an effective leader means understanding the nature of leadership as it
applies to leading teams. Some researchers (Zaccaro, Rittman, & Marks, 2001)
suggest that leadership may be the most important element in whether teams suc­

ceed or fail. Contrary to previous leadership theories, where I focused on a leader and fol­
lowers, in this chapter, the leadership function can be exercised by the leader in charge of
the team, shared by members of the team, or both (Daft, 2005). Some researchers refer to
this shared leadership model as team leadership capacity (Day, Gronn, & Salas, 2004).

THE TEAM LEADERSHIP MODEL

The team leadership model described in this chapter gives central importance to team
leadership capacity in achieving team effectiveness. When the word leadership is used, it
refers to team leadership capacity. The model itself offers a way of thinking for leaders
sharing the team leadership role and should be used to determine team issues and prob­
lems as well as several alternatives to resolve these issues and problems while being
cognizant of the team’s resources and capabilities and the external challenge s and oppor­
tunities. The word external could mean the organization external to the team and/or the
environment external to the organization of which the team is a part. Figure 10.1 summa­
rizes the team leadership model used in this chapter.

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Leadership Decisions

• Monitor or Take Action

• Task or Relational

• Internal or External

Internal Leadership Actions External Leadership Actions

Environmental

Networking
Advocating
Negotiating support
Buffering
Assessing
Sharing Information

Team Effectiveness

Performance
Development

Figure 10.1 Hill’s Model for Team Leadership

Source:From Northouse (2007). Copyright© 2007, Sage Publications, Inc. Reprinted withpermission.

Effective leadership in teams assumes behavioral flexibility, problem-solving skills
applicable to teams, and using discretion when determining if leader intervention is nec­
essary. In the model in Figure 10.1, the first box suggests that leadership decisions affect
team effectiveness directly and through internal and external actions that leaders can
decide to take or not take.

Leadership Decisions

These decisions are as follows: (1) Should I continue to monitor, or do I need to take
action? (2) If I need to take action, is it task or relationshi




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