LEADERSHIP STYLES

LEADERSHIP STYLES - Leadership Styles As an advisor, you...

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Leadership Styles As an advisor, you need to recognize the various styles many of which may need to be altered when working with different facets of the organization. The experienced leader uses many complex and subtle means of motivating their repertoire of leadership skills. Five of the Most Typical Leadership Styles are: The “ Authoritarian ” Leader: 1. Identifies a problem, considers alternative solutions, chooses one of them, and then tells followers what they are to do. 2. May or may not consider what the group will think or feel about the decision, but they clearly do not participate in the decision-making. 3. May or may not use or imply coercion. 4. Assigns roles. 5. Relies primarily on his or her own judgment. The “ Persuading ” leader: 1. Like the “A uthoritarian ” leader, makes the decisions without consulting the group. Instead of simply announcing the decision he or she attempts to persuade the group members to accept the decision. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course MAN 6107 taught by Professor Kest during the Spring '10 term at Hodges University.

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LEADERSHIP STYLES - Leadership Styles As an advisor, you...

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