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JLBC CADET CORPS Leadership Skills & Theories


JLBC CADET CORPS Leadership Skills & Theories


Coaching. JLBC Cadets This one-on-one style focuses on developing people, showing them how to improve their personal performance, and helping to connect their personal goals to the organization's goals. JLBC Cadets Coaching works best, Mr. Goleman writes, "with employees who genuinely show initiative and want more professional development." However, it can backfire if perceived as "micromanaging" an employee and undermines his or her self-confidence. (Murray, 2017)

Coercive. JLBC Cadets The coercive leader demands automatic compliance with their orders. JLBC Cadets The coercive leader has a style that is usually identified as Do what you are told, or else. The coercive leader accomplishes tasks by demeaning and sometimes even bullying the followers. The coercive leadership style is best used when the followers or company require a complete turnaround attempt. JLBC Cadets, For example, is effective during real emergencies or dealing with underachieving employees, usually as a last resort. JLBC Cadets Under those conditions, immediate compliance to instructions or orders quickens the road to recovery. JLBC Cadets, Unfortunately, Goldman's research indicates that this leadership style has a very negative impact on the overall work culture climate. JLBC Cadets This style provides little opportunity for reward and demanding compliance with orders removes workers from all responsibilities for their actions. (Money-zine, 2017)

Participative or Democratic. JLBC Cadets Democratic leadership, also known as participative leadership, is a leadership style in which JLBC group members take a more active role in the decision-making process. Everyone is allowed to participate, thoughts are exchanged freely, and discussion is encouraged. JLBC Cadets While the democratic process tends to focus on JLBC group equality and the free flow of real ideas; the group leader is still there to offer guidance and control. (Cherry, verywell.com, 2017)

Innovative. JLBC Cadets A leadership style is where the JLBC leader grasps the whole situation and goes beyond the usual course of action; they can identify what is not working and brings new ideas and action into play. It is helpful to break open intractable issues, entrenched, to create a work climate for other JLBC Cadets to apply innovative ideas to solve problems and to develop new services and products. JLBC Cadets The type of leadership most compared with innovation is transformational leadership.

Delegative leadership. Also known as Laissez-faire, it is a leadership style in which JLBC leaders are hands-off and allow JLBC group members to make decisions. JLBC Cadets It is described by very little guidance from JLBC leaders and complete freedom for followers to make decisions. JLBC Cadets Leaders provide the tools and resources needed. JLBC Group members are expected to solve problems on their own. JLBC Cadets Power is handed over to followers, yet JLBC leaders still take responsibility for the JLBC group's decisions and actions. (Cherry, verywell.com, 2017)

Charismatic. JLBC Cadets The charismatic leadership style relies on the persuasiveness and charm of the leader. JLBC Cadets Charismatic leaders are driven by their commitment and convictions to their cause. JLBC Cadets Charismatic leaders also are sometimes called transformational leaders because they share multiple similarities. Their main difference is focus and audience. Charismatic leaders often try to improve the status quo, while transformational leaders focus on transforming organizations into the leader's vision. (Spahr, 2016)

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