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6053W9R1 Great post, Michelle According to Flynn (2017), authoritarian leadership is suitable in situations with a persistent flow of new employees, when there is a narrow decision-making time or limited resources. However, it is not suited where the environments require brainstorming and shared decision-making. I agree with you about transformational leadership style. When leading has inspirational, and motivational characteristic, it makes it more attractive and stimulating to others (Wilkinson & Kemmis, 2015). However, Marquis and Huston (2017), warn us transformation qualities should be combined with transactional characteristics for the daily managerial role to be successful. There are other additional qualities of leaders behavioral styles that can be an asset to both to the
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  • Fall '18
  • ROSEMARY MC WILLIAMS HAGGINS
  • Management, Wilkinson & Kemmis

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