Week 1 - Discussion 2.docx - Week 1 Discussion 2 Need for Change Discuss a situation when a leader refused to change their leadership style or did not

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Week 1 - Discussion 2 Need for Change Discuss a situation when a leader refused to change their leadership style or did not recognize a need for change in order to achieve desired results. What were the reasons for the change? What were the results? Respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts with constructive ideas, comments, or suggestions. While working on a five-year project at my current company I had a supervisor that had a very hands-off approach to leadership was delegating. The leader style of leadership was virtual distance even though she was located in the same office (London & Mone, 2016). She kept her door closed most of the time not allowing an open-door policy that the rest of the company used.
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Unformatted text preview: This style of leader created a void between the employees and the supervisor. Which in turn create low moral with employees and they started to under produce the amount and quality of work. This resulted in not completing the project within the time frame. The supervisor had the power to lift the employee moral just by opening the lines of communication and create a relationship with the employees. This would have allowed the employees to want to stay on task and preform well for her. Reference London, M., & Mone, E. (2016, December). Leadership for today and the future (2nd ed.). Retrieved from ...
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