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  1. 1. DEMOCRATIC MANAGEMENT STYLES
  2. 2. DEMOCRATIC MANAGEMENT STYLES > In this style, managers encourage employees to give input during the decision-making process, but are ultimately responsible for the final decision.
  3. 3. 5 TYPES OF DEMOCRATIC MANAGEMENT STYLES
  4. 4. 1. Consultative management style In this style, managers ask for the opinions and thoughts of their team, consulting the viewpoints of every member of their team. Manager will make final decision. Pros: This style promotes a deeper bond between staff and management, and builds trust within teams. Innovation and voicing opinions are encouraged, leading to better problem-solving. Cons: The process of consulting staff can be labor and time-intensive. If a manager is not skilled in the time management aspect of this process, they can easily get bogged down. If there is an appearance of favoritism or bosses not listening to opinions, employees may become resentful and distrustful of the manager. When to use this style: This style should be used when managing teams with specialized skills or when the manager does not have as much experience with the subject as the team does.
  5. 5. 2. Participative management style In this style, managers and staff are all active members of the decision process. Staff are given access to more information about the company and its goals, and are encouraged to innovate solutions. Pros: Employees feel as though they are valued by their management team and the organization as a whole, and will respond with increased motivation and productivity. Cons: This process can be a slow one, and there is a risk of staff with bigger personalities steamrolling less assertive staff members, leading to conflicts and resentment. When to use this style: When implementing large changes in an organization, especially one where employees are resistant to new concepts or strategies, encouraging participation from staff will result in a more positive outcome and less resistance to new policies.
  6. 6. 3. Collaborative management style In this style, management creates an open forum for ideas to be discussed extensively before making decisions based on majority rule. Pros: Staff feels trusted, valued and heard by all levels of their management team. Cons: As with other democratic management styles, this process can be time- consuming. When to use this style: When a business wants to foster innovation, drive collaboration, and engage employees, this style should be used
  7. 7. 4.Transformational management style This style of management is agile and growth-focused. Pros: Innovation is increased, and employees will more easily adapt to change, disruptions, or challenging projects. Cons: If not used carefully, this style will cause staff to burn out. When to use this style: This style is best used in companies that are in fast-paced industries, or are anticipating a period of changes within the industry, organization, or department.
  8. 8. 5. Coaching management style In this style, managers see themselves as the coach and their employees as the valued members of their team Pros: Employees feel valued, they know that they will learn and develop within their roles, and are more likely to be engaged. Cons: This style can lead to toxic environments, as staff jockey for favored roles and development tasks. When to use this style: This style is useful when organizations want to promote and develop talent from within.
  9. 9. ADVANCE OF TRANSFORMATIONAL MANAGEMENT STYLE • get staff engaged • drives change • spots gaps • create passion • encourage learning • solve problem • improve communication • boost morate • focused om ethics

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