MANAGEMENT
STYLES
Management styles are the
characteristic ways of making
decisions relating to
subordinates. These are the
strategies, effo...
Managers have to perform many
roles in an organization and how
they handle various situations will
depend on their style o...
An autocratic style of
management is when a manager
makes a decision unilaterally .
The manager conveys the
decision to st...
In consultative style, the manager
engages the subordinates
efficaciously in the decision
making and problem
solving proce...
Persuasive style of management
is somewhat similar to the
autocratic style of management.
The major difference is that the...
Democratic style is a multilateral
approach where the manager
allows the employees to take
part in decision-making and
the...
Laissez Faire by definition means
refusal to interfere. In Laissez
Faire style, the role of the
manager is more like a men...
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Management Skills & Management Styles

  1. 1. MANAGEMENT STYLES
  2. 2. Management styles are the characteristic ways of making decisions relating to subordinates. These are the strategies, efforts, or direction used by the manager to create an efficient workplace to achieve organizational goals. DEFINITION
  3. 3. Managers have to perform many roles in an organization and how they handle various situations will depend on their style of management. Various styles which have been broadly identified are : 1. Autocratic 2. Consultative 3. Persuasive 4. Democratic 5. Laissez Faire. MANAGEMENT STYLES - TYPES
  4. 4. An autocratic style of management is when a manager makes a decision unilaterally . The manager conveys the decision to staff and they have to work within the scope of that decision. AUTOCRATIC
  5. 5. In consultative style, the manager engages the subordinates efficaciously in the decision making and problem solving process. Consultative style endorses the concept of empowerment . Communication is generally downward, but feedback to the management is encouraged to maintain morale. CONSULTATIVE
  6. 6. Persuasive style of management is somewhat similar to the autocratic style of management. The major difference is that the despite holding the entire power of decision making, the persuasive manager spends more time working with his subordinates in order to try to convince them of the benefits of the decision that have been made. PERSUASIVE
  7. 7. Democratic style is a multilateral approach where the manager allows the employees to take part in decision-making and therefore everything is agreed upon by the majority. This type of management style is mostly found in businesses where efficiency is a joint operation. DEMOCRATIC
  8. 8. Laissez Faire by definition means refusal to interfere. In Laissez Faire style, the role of the manager is more like a mentor and stimulator and the employees manage their respective areas of business. This type of management works only if the people involved are self motivated and task oriented. LAISSEZ- FAIRE
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