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One might think that his success points the way for all managers; however, not all managers face the same challenges. Here are the 6 leadership styles we have identified

One might think that his success points the way for all managers; however, not all managers face the same challenges. Here are the 6 leadership styles we have identified

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  1. 1. WHAT KIND OF MANAGER ARE YOU? 6 STYLES OF MANAGEMENT www.ncu.edu
  2. 2. The words “leadership” and “management” are often used interchangeably. www.ncu.edu
  3. 3. www.ncu.edu
  4. 4. The Harvard Business Review published an article exploring several distinct leadership and management styles. www.ncu.edu
  5. 5. The study conducted in-depth interviews and took a random sampling of opinions of nearly 4,000 managers from a database of more than 20,000 executives worldwide. www.ncu.edu
  6. 6. SIX STYLES OF LEADERSHIP: PROS & CONS www.ncu.edu
  7. 7. Coercive • Demands immediate compliance • No ifs, ands or buts • Has the most corrosive impact on an organization www.ncu.edu
  8. 8. Pros • Very beneficial during a crisis or in turn-around situations • To be implemented only when necessary Cons • Tends to destroy morale, independent thought and risk-taking • Erodes motivation www.ncu.edu
  9. 9. AUTHORITATIVE • Most effective style for most situations • Visionaries who move people toward a common vision • Help people to see how they fit into long-term plans www.ncu.edu
  10. 10. Pros • Employees know their purpose • Increases buy-in of the organization’s goals and strategies • Standards and rewards are known to all • This approach affords leeway to achieving individual goals Cons • Ill-suited to teams where subordinates are more experienced • Leaders of this type can seem “pompous or out-of- touch” www.ncu.edu
  11. 11. AFFILIATIVE • Beckons the team to follow and is all about mandates • Seeks to create harmony amongst employees • During stressful periods focuses on teamwork in order to motivate them • People, not organizational goals, come first www.ncu.edu
  12. 12. Pros • A good “all-weather” approach that is particularly useful for building team morale • Improves communication • Repairs broken trust Cons • Inefficient especially in times of crisis • Can give the impression of lack of leadership www.ncu.edu
  13. 13. PACE-SETTING • Leader uses personal best as expectation • Everyone expected to follow and perform at their level best • To be used infrequently www.ncu.edu
  14. 14. Pros • Everyone expected to follow and perform at their level best • Should be used in conjunction with another leadership approach Cons • Can lead to micromanaging • Can cause employees to feel overwhelmed by unreasonable demands. www.ncu.edu
  15. 15. www.ncu.edu Coaching • Helps leaders identify talents of team members • Shows them how to tie these strengths to their professional goals • Rarely used in most organizations • Champions and empowers individual employees to achieve
  16. 16. Pros • Helps employees identify strengths and weaknesses • Short-term failures tolerated with an eye to long-term successes Cons • An ill fit when employees are resistant to changing • Motivational efforts can be perceived with fear or disregard www.ncu.edu
  17. 17. While this study presents 6 styles, Dr. Peter Bemski, Dean of the School of Business and Technology Management at Northcentral University, suggests there is a 7th style. www.ncu.edu
  18. 18. The 7th Leadership Style: The key to being an effective leader is to have a broad repertoire of styles and to use them appropriately. www.ncu.edu
  19. 19. What kind of manager would you categorize yourself or your boss as? www.ncu.edu
  20. 20. www.ncu.edu Did you like this? Check out our blog for the full article! www.ncu.edu/blog

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