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Unformatted text preview: portive The supportive leader shows concern for the needs – especially psychological – and the aspirations of people at work. They provide a supportive and enjoyable working environment Participative The participative leader actively seeks and encourages the input and involvement of staff in decisionmaking and other workrelated Achievement issues The achievementoriented leader, as the name suggests, expects oriented from people the highest commitment to excellence both at a personal and an organizational level. This type of leader believes that work should be challenging and that people will strive toward achieving these goals by assuming responsibility Networking The networking leader knows how to play the political power games to acquire resources, to achieve goals, and to create and maintain Valuesbased positive relationships The valuesbased leader is skilled in creating, sharing, and inspiring vision, and in ensuring that the organization and its people are guided by that vision and the values related to that vision 26 SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP MODEL
• A leader is expected to use the appropriate style based on the subordinates’ readiness and willingness to be led by others. • Four leadership styles or roles
– Delegating (S4) Participating (S3)
Telling (S1) • To be used according to follower readiness –
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