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Axia College Material Appendix D Contingency Theory of Leadership Description of work environment It is a landscape company hiring new employees to work in a new territory. In the table below, categorize different leadership approaches that could be used in the work environment you have described. Provide different suggestions for each of the four approaches to leadership. Directive approach Supportive approach People, in front of each of you is our manual, I am also including a job description that will outline the expectations we have for each of you. Let us start at page one and we will go from there. People, Thank you for coming in today, I have been in business for 30 years. I look forward to learning more about you as well. Let us take a break go have lunch; I want you to know I am here for you. Participative approach
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Unformatted text preview: Achievement-oriented approach People, at our company I look forward to you helping me to set your goals and schedules. I will ride with you so we can look at ways to improve my business. People, I have set up a set of goals that I expect each of you to accomplish. We will review these goals in an effort to make sure they are set properly as to be the most effective and efficient. You pat scale will be tired to your ability to meet or exceed you goals. Leadership recommendation My belief is that a little of each is the best approach. If I were to choose one, it would be the achievement-oriented approach. I fell this is the best way for a company to operate a successful and profitable business. It also allows you to find the employees who are in the wrong position or even the wrong field of work. BUS 210...
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2010 for the course BUS/210 AAGN0ON3I8 taught by Professor Annavida during the Summer '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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