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Differences in Leadership Styles

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Published on February 3, 2014

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Although many people have one idea of leadership, it comes in several different styles. There isn't one style that is the best but it is based on the person's personality and the goals they would like to accomplish. The atmosphere or situation also determines the type of leader required like a group of school children could use a leader that is different from a group of soldiers going to war. In this article, we'll be taking a look at the benefits and drawbacks of several distinct leadership styles.
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the various styles of leadership While many have one idea of leadership, it really comes in several different styles. There is no type of leader that is regarded as the best but their style should suit their personality and what has to be attained. The atmosphere or situation likewise determines the type of leader expected like a group of school children requires a leader that is different from a group of soldiers heading off to war. This article is going to go through the different leadership styles and what the advantages and disadvantages of each are. One particular traditional style of leadership is referred to as the autocratic style. This style is essentially where a leader orders everybody to do what they are told with no input from anybody. Questioning authority or articulating an opinion is not tolerated by the autocratic leader. This style of leadership is not really very popular nowadays, and is not often the best way to gain long lasting respect from employees. Autocratic leadership has its place but you're going to find it almost nonexistent in the business arena. The Laissez Faire style of leadership is the complete opposite of the autocratic style, because it is permissive and hands off in its approach. A typical laissez faire leader would give assignments to subordinates and let them have their way with it. This style of leadership can work well, but only if everyone is highly competent and self motivated. It usually works best in family businesses or smaller businesses where the people know each other well. For bigger organizations, there could be issues of inefficiencies or certain members of the team not carrying their load. Typically, people do need some guidance and focus to carry out a job and many times people are not going to take the initiative to make things happen. The charismatic leader is a style that depends on the charm of the leader to inspire everyone. Usually news and media will focus on charismatic leaders because of the inspiration they give. The charismatic leader has a way of getting others to respond positively to doing a particular job. However, not everyone is can be charismatic and it's also something that can't be readily taught. There might be circumstances where the charismatic leader may have made errors in judgment but people will overlook it because of his or her personality. If the leader is charismatic but lacks business sense, it could result in problems down the road. We've looked over just a few different styles of leadership, even though there are certainly others as well. Considering that every person is different, you will discover leaders that combine many of the different leadership styles to make it their own. If you wish to become an excellent leader, you must study the different types and learn about each of them. http://barbaramack.wix.com

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