d6 - Instructors Note: The language used by various...

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Instructor’s Note: The language used by various situational models varies…but the concepts are the same. For instance…a Directive Leadership style means the same thing as a ‘Telling Style’…both are high in directive (task-oriented) behavior…and low in Supportive (or people-oriented) behavior; A Selling Leadership style is also frequently called a ‘Coaching Style (high directive; high supportive); a Supportive Leadership style is frequently called a ‘Participating or Participative Style (low directive; high supportive); and a Delegating Style . ..is at various times called an ‘Impoverished Style’ (I prefer not to use this term…negative connotations); as well as a ‘Low Impact Style’ (low directive; low supportive). Do not let the terminology confuse or distract you. Any appropriate term (of those used interchangeably) is sufficient. My preference is to use one of the two combinations: Directive – Telling; Coaching – Selling; Supportive – Participating; or Delegating – Low Impact. style="text-decoration: none;"
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2012 for the course MG 640 taught by Professor Brandon during the Spring '12 term at Jefferson College.

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