Bureaucratic leadership is also useful in organizations where employees do routine tasks (Shaefer, 2005). The drawback of this type of leadership is that it is ineffective in teams and organizations that rely on flexibility, creativity, or innovation (Santrock, 2007).
4.3. CHARISMATIC LEADERSHIP STYLE It describes what to expect from both leaders and followers . Often called a transformational leadership style Inspire eagerness in their teams and are energetic in motivating employees to move forward. The ensuing excitement and commitment from teams is an enormous asset to productivity and goal achievement. The negative side of charismatic leadership is the amount of confidence placed in the leader rather than in employees.
4.4 . DEMOCRATIC LEADERSHIP STYLE Democratic leaders make the final decisions , but include team members in the decision-making process. They encourage creativity, and team members are often highly engaged in projects and decisions . Team members tend to have high job satisfaction and are productive and also helps develop employees’ skills. The danger of democratic leadership is during a crisis, for instance, a team can waste valuable time gathering input. And team members without the knowledge or expertise to provide high quality input.
4.5. LAISSEZ-FAIRE LEADERSHIP STYLE Laissez-faire leadership may be the best or the worst of leadership styles (Goodnight, 2011). Laissez-faire, this French phrase for “let it be,” people to work on their own . Laissez-faire leaders abdicate responsibilities and avoid making decisions They may give teams complete freedom to do their work and set their own deadlines.
Conti… This leadership style can be effective if the leader monitors performance and gives feedback to team members regularly. The main advantage is that allowing team members so much autonomy It can be damaging if team members do not manage their time well or do not have the knowledge, skills, or motivation to do their work effectively .
4.6. TRANSACTIONAL LEADERSHIP STYLE It starts with the idea that team members agree to obey their leader when they accept a job. The leader has a right to punish team members if their work doesn't meet an appropriate standard. The minimalistic working relationships that result (between staff and managers or leaders) are based on this transaction (effort for pay).
Test Styles of Leadership a) I want both of you to .... b) Let’s work together to solve this... c) You two take care of the problem .... autocratic leadership participative leadership delegative leadership
. LEADERSHIP MOTIVATION, CONCEPTS AND THEORIES
Organizational leadership Motivation … What is motivation? Motivation is defined as “the extent to which persistent effort is directed toward a goal ” 1.
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