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might struggle to excel if a company relies heavily on process skills rather than people skills.The second go-to archetype is the harmonizer. The style relies on high proficiency amongteam members to ensure efficiency in operations. The leader looks out for problems that may hamper the internal affairs of the corporation. Possible areas a leader should focus on include concentrating on long-term decisions and avoiding rigidity (Contractor et al., 2012). One should accept diverse ideas as solutions that can lead to better outcomes. The harmonizer style can thrive when organization stresses on adherence to the process such as in manufacturing organizations. An inclination to solving problems can help an organization to stabilize. However,the style may fail in organizations that stress creativity, change, and incredible performance. Also, a leader may struggle if a team requires astute strategic thinking (West et al., 2015).SMART goals that leaders can use to focus on self-improvement include:Enhancing their communication skills.Acknowledging diversity of ideas to incorporate member views. Boosting levels of creativity to move away from the status quo. Focus on strategic thinking (Holmes & Carr, 2017).
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WEEK 6 – LEADERSHIP STYLE4ReferencesContractor, N. S., DeChurch, L. A., Carson, J., Carter, D. R., & Keegan, B. (2012). The topology of collective leadership. The Leadership Quarterly, 23(6), 994-1011. Holmes, W. T., & Carr, M. (2017). Motivating language and self-mentoring: a training program supporting the development of leaders in organizations. Development and Learning in Organizations: An International Journal, 31(5), 4-8. West, K., Stixrud, E., & Reger, B. (2015). Assessment: What’s your leadership style? Retrieved from

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