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Situational leadership theory

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Situational leadership theory

  1. 1. SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP THEORY IT WAS DEVELOPED IN THE LATE 1960’s BY DR. Ken Blanchard and DR. Paul Hersey. IT FOCUSES ON LEADERSHIP IN SITUATIONS. OTHER NAME IS LIFE CYCLE THEORY OF LEADERSHIP. DIFFERENT SITUATIONS DEMAND DIFFERENT KINDS OF LEADERSHIP.
  2. 2. A LEADER IS A PERSON WHO TAKES THE DECISION IN SUCH A MANNER THAT IT MATCHES THE WORKING STYLE OF THE SUBORDINATES. THEY SHOULD ALSO KNOW THAT HOW HIS OR HER EMPLOYEES ARE COMPETENT AND COMMITTED IN ORDER TO PERFORM A GIVEN TASK.
  3. 3. IT HAS BEEN DIVIDED INTO TWO THINGS:1. DIRECTIVE BEHAVIOUR.2. SUPPORTIVE BEHAVIOUR.
  4. 4. SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP II
  5. 5. THE MODEL IS DIVIDED INTO TWO PARTS:1.LEADERSHIP STYLESS 1 -: (TELLING) HIGH DIRECTIVE AND LOW SUPPORTIVE ALSO NAMED AS DIRECTING STYLES.S 2 -: (SELLING) HIGH DIRECTIVE AND HIGH SUPPORTIVE ALSO NAMED AS COACHING APPROACH.
  6. 6. LEADERSHIP STYLESS 3 -: (PARTICIPATING) HIGH SUPPORTIVE AND LOW DIRECTIVE. ALSO NAMED AS SUPPORTING APPROACH.S 4 -: (OBSERVING) LOW SUPPORTIVE AND LOW DIRECTIVE ALSO NAMED AS DELEGATING APPROACH.
  7. 7. DEVELOPMENTS LEVELSIt is the degree to which subordinates have the competence and commitment necessary to accomplish a given task or activities.D 1 -: LOW IN COMPETENCE AND HIGH IN COMMITMENT.D 2 -: HAVING SOME COMPETENCE AND LOW IN COMMITMENT.
  8. 8. DEVELOPMENTS LEVELSD 3 -: HIGH COMPETENCE BUT MAY LACK IN COMMITMENT.D 4 -: HIGH COMPETENCE AND HIGH COMMITMENT.
  9. 9. STRENGTHS1. TRAINING LEADERS.2. PRACTICAL APPROACH.3. LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS.4. FLEXIBLE LEADERSHIP.

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