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Welcome to the presentation on “Leadership Styles”
A leader is one who inspires, motivates and leads people to accomplish organizational goals
Leadership is all about influencing a group of people
Characteristics of effective leader
Take the challenges to grow
Take calculated risks
Adopt the leadership style that fits you and your personality
Have courage at the time of controversies
Accept their mistakes
Understand the situation and the fact
Essential requisites of leadership are
How do you define leadership style?
Types of Leadership Styles
1. Democratic/ Participative Leadership Style
When to use Democratic Leadership Style?
Team Agreement is needed
Greater motivation and commitment
Knowledgeable and skillful team members
Limitation of Democratic Leadership Style
It is a time consuming affair
2. Autocratic Leadership Style
When to use Autocratic Leadership Style?
When quick decisions are needed
No need for others input
Team agreement is not necessary
When high level of management control is needed
Limitations of Autocratic Leadership
Employees cannot question decisions
Little opportunity to give suggestions
3. Laissez-Faire/ Free Rein Leadership Style
When to use Laissez Faire/ Free Rein Style?
When the team is highly capable
When team members are able to analyze the situation
When close monitoring of a decision is not needed
When there is full trust and confidence in the team members
Limitations of Laissez Faire/ Free Rein Leadership Style
Not suitable for lesser experienced employees
Lack of motivation
What are the factors for selecting leadership style?
Objectives that need to be achieved
Apply the appropriate leadership style and techniques
Leadership style is the approach for providing the right way to the team members, implementing planning strategies and motivating people by including all the three leadership styles.
Effective leadership is not about making speeches or being liked; leadership is defined by results not attributes Peter Drucker
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