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    • Leadership Style
      Carolyn Collins
      1
    • Leadership Style Assessment
      This leadership skills assessment has to do with your predominant leadership style. Keep in mind that most leaders will flex their leadership style to the situation; this is appropriately termed situational leadership
      Leadership Style Assessment
      2
    • Coaching Leadership Style
      Coaching leaders enjoy developing people that may one day be the leaders of the company. They have a great deal of self awareness and enjoy helping others improve their skills.
      Coaching Leadership Style
      3
    • Coercive Leadership Style
      Coercive leaders often demand immediate compliance with their orders. This type of leader has an extreme drive to achieve. They also exhibit a great deal of self control and often take the initiative when they spot a problem. Over the long haul, coercive leaders can have a negative impact on the workplace.
      Coercive Leadership Style
      4
    • Authoritative Leadership Style
      Authoritative leaders often try to mobilize workers towards a vision. They allow workers to see how they fit into the big picture. They are seen as experts in their area and demonstrate a lot of self confidence. Authoritative leaders also demonstrate a lot of empathy.
      Authoritative Leadership Style
      5
    • Affiliative Leadership Style
      The Affiliative leader likes to create harmony and build relationships in the workplace. They believe that people come first and like to communicate with others.
      Affiliative Leadership Style
      6
    • Democratic Leadership Style
      The Democratic leader likes to get others involved in the decision making process. They enjoy coming to consensus through the active participation of others.
      Democratic Leadership Style
      7
    • Pacesetting Leadership Style
      Pacesetting leaders set high standards of performance for themselves and others around them. They have a great deal of drive to achieve targets and expect the same type of drive from those around them. Unless workers are just as driven as the leader, this style can also have a detrimental effect in the long term.
      Pacesetting Leadership Style
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