Situational Leadership

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Description

Event Details

The recognition of task and relationships as two important dimensions of leader behavior will be explored through examining the styles of leadership.  Is there any one style of leadership that is best? Successful leaders are those that learn to adopt their leadership behavior to meet the needs of their followers and the particular situation. This session will explore that relationship.

Objectives:
  • To learn the three elements for understanding situational leadership
  • To identify the four styles of leadership
  • Discover your own leadership style
  • Understand the follower-leader relationship

Outcomes:
  • Identify the three parts of situational leadership: diagnosis, flexibility, and contracting
  • Identify the five leadership styles: directive, participative, coaching, organizational, and delegating
  • Discuss maturity in decision making

Appropriate For

Business owners, management teams, supervisors and executives

You Will Learn

• The basis for situational leadership: Blake and Mouton • Effectiveness is dependent on three factors: the leader, the follower, and the situation • How to change your leadership style

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