Supervisory Styles & When to Use Them - January
"Great leaders choose their leadership style like a golfer chooses his/her club-with a calculated analysis of the matter at hand, the end goal and the best tool for the job."-Robyn Benincasa
Too often new managers apply a "one size fits all" approach to managing members of their team. Because we are all humans, it doesn't mean we are all motivated, inspired, encouraged or course corrected by the same intervention or approach. What works for one employee my backfire completely for another. Second, the situation and the response time that is available matters as well. All good leaders know that the right leadership approach is based on the people, the task and the situation to be managed. This session will build on the lessons learned from "Buddy to Boss" and further demonstrate the common leadership styles and their characteristics; the forces that influence the leadership style to use; potential problems of each style and the circumstances when they are the most appropriate to use and how personality types influence leadership styles. In addition, the group will discuss leadership approaches in action case studies.
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