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Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
Different kinds of leadership style
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    • 1. Different kind of leadership styles
    • 2. Leadership The process of directing the behavior of others toward the accomplishment of some common objectives.
    • 3. Autocratic Bureaucratic Democratic Laissez Faire
    • 4.  He is an autocrat  Does not consult his subordinates.  He takes all the decisions by himself.  He also takes full responsibility for his decisions  The subordinate must obey him without asking any question. No one challenges the decisions of autocratic leaders
    • 5. When to use? When not to use? New ,untrained staff Limited time to make decision A manager’s power challenged by staff. Staff become tense, fearful, or resentful Staff expect their opinions heard Low staff morale, high turnover and absenteeism stopage
    • 6. Bureaucratic leader Manages by the “book” This type of leadership has no space to explore new ways to solve problems Universities, hospitals, banks and government usually require this type of leader to ensure quality, increase security and decrease corruption.  Manager following such style follows rules and formalities of the organization.  He does not believe in new ideas.  He wants his subordinates to follow all his orders.  This leadership style results in red tapism and unwanted paper work.
    • 7. When to use? Where not to be used? Routine tasks are performed over & over Staff need to understand certain standards or procedures Staff performing tasks that requires handling cash Jobs where innovation is required Environment is dynamic
    • 8. •KIRAN BEDI •SWAT persons
    • 9. Democratic Leadership is the leadership style that promotes the sharing of responsibility, the exercise of delegation and continual consultation. 1. Manager seeks consultation on all major issues and decisions. 2. Manager effectively delegate tasks to subordinates and give them full control and responsibility for those tasks. 3. Manager welcomes feedback on the results of initiatives and the work environment. 4. Manager encourages others to become leaders and be involved in leadership development. Let's work together to solve this. . .
    • 10. When to use? When not to use? Staff is to be kept informed about the matter that effects them More inputs are required to solve the problem Want to encourage team building and participation Not enough time to get everyone’s input Can’t afford mistakes Easier and most cost effective for manager to take decisions
    • 11.  President and CEO of Renault, France  President and CEO Nissan ,Japan.  He believed that change in organization should come from bottom level not to be forced on top management
    • 12. This French phrase means “leave it be” and is used to describe a leader who leaves his/her colleagues to get on with their work. The style is largely a "hands off" view that tends to minimize the amount of direction and face time required.
    • 13.  Laissez-faire style of leader is passive.  He only act a s a contact man, i.e. he provides information and resources to his subordinates.  He believes that the subordinate will work best if they are left alone.  He provides them complete freedom to take their own decisions.  He allows them to set their own goals and to solve problems on their own.  The laissez-faire style produces no leadership or supervision efforts from managers, which can lead to poor production, lack of control and increasing costs. You two take care of the probl em while I go. . .
    • 14. When to use? When not to use? Staff is highly skilled experienced and educated Outside experts, such as staff specialists or consultant used Staff trustworthy and experienced Manager cannot provide feedback to staff on how well they are doing Manager left his responsibilities with his staff Manager is unable to give feedback to its employees
    • 15. Our president mr. Manmohan singh as he lets his team to take major actions.
    • 16.  Situational style of leader uses different style in different situations.  He changes his style according to the situation.  Sometimes he will be autocratic, or consultative, or participative, etc.  Now a days , most managers use this style of leadership.
    • 17. Barack obama
    • 18. Each one of us serve as a leader. And one leader creates another and another, ad infinitum, just as one candle’s flame light another and another, until the once-impenetrable darkness has turned

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