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Wednesday, October 8, 2014

LEADERSHIP | 4 Leadership styles identified by Robert House that can add value in different types of situations for a leaders?

What are the four leadership styles identified by Robert House that can add value in different types of situations for a leaders?

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  1. Answer:

    Robert House believes that a leader can use these four leadership styles and actually shift back and forth among them:

    Directive leadership—letting followers know what is expected; giving directions on what to do and how; scheduling work to be done; maintaining definite standards of performance; clarifying the leader’s role in the group.

    Supportive leadership—doing things to make work more pleasant; treating team members as equals; being friendly and approachable; showing concern for the well-being of subordinates.

    Achievement-oriented leadership—setting challenging goals; expecting the highest levels of performance; emphasizing continuous improvement in performance; displaying confidence in meeting high standards.

    Participative leadership—involving team members in decision making; consulting with them and asking for suggestions; using these suggestions when making decisions.

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