Types of Leadership Styles

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<ul><li> 1. Grade level : Grade 10Date: May 2013Prepared by: Kadedra Brown</li></ul> <p> 2. The leader is the absolute authority on all matters, decidingwhat to do. Although work may be completed in a waythat the leader has specified, at the same time employeesinnovation is discouraged. 3. Works positively during emergency and stressfulsituations. Quick decision making More group productivity while leader watches Better response to changes in the external environment 4. Lack of involvement from the employee in the decisionmaking process . Autocratic leaders usually remain unpopular and damageworking relationships with colleagues Disagreements and conflicts may arise. 5. Participative ordemocraticleadership style 6. The leader will consult with those likely to be affectedbefore making a decision, the leader will reserve theright not to act on a majority view. 7. A positive work environment is created. Communication gap is reduced. They say two minds are better than one. Employee turnover reduction. Joint responsibility for the successfulimplementation of decisions. 8. Some managers adopt democratic leadership to pleasetheir subordinates but fail to follow the technique in itsentirety. The decision making process might be a long drawn onesince every team member needs to be consulted. 9. In this style of leadership the leader gives limited directionto workers. Workers are left with general task to tackle. 10. Very little guidance from leaders Allows followers to have completefreedom to make decisions. The leader provides the followers with thematerials they need to accomplish theirgoals and answers questions to thefollowers questions. 11. A charismatic leader is one who influence and motivatesothers because he or she has outstanding personality orcharacter. 12. For additional information click hereTo view advance information click here</p>