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4 styles of leadership: autocratic, perfectionist, permissive and complacent Marta Turmo Crespo Professor Lauran Raduazo MN321 Organizational Behavior Franklin Pierce University
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These are four leadership styles with which we could identify ourselves: autocratic, perfectionist, permissive and complacent. The important thing is to know ourselves better and thus, from our own reality, we can strengthen a plan to develop our leadership. Identify your own leadership style and you will possibly realize that you have a combination of two of them. No style of leadership is unnecessary: leaders, with their different styles, have their opportunity to show their strengths. Autocratic leadership style An autocratic leader, in general, makes decisions quickly. He finds it difficult to sit down, as he leads a very active lifestyle. He communicates emphatically and is impulsive when telling people what he thinks or feels. And when other people talk, they have difficulty listening carefully. It has the capacity to do several things at the same time, taking risks towards the new and different. He is impatient with people who do not walk at their own pace. He loves to keep control of all the activities that take place and is very spontaneous to act. Make decisions about verifiable evidence. In his personal life, he is very introverted. People perceive him as a difficult person to get to know. On many occasions he prefers to work independently. He feels motivated and excited when
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  • Fall '15
  • BrentSt.Catheine
  • Franklin Pierce University, Five years, Marta Turmo Crespo, Professor Lauran Raduazo

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