LEADERSHIP STYLES AND THEIR USES

Leadership Styles and Their Uses

What are leadership stayles and when can they be usedGive examples

Discuss about transformation, transucation, and democracy leadership styles

As you arrive to your next scheduled meeting, you meet Rae Marie, VP of Operations for MyShoppingSpreeTV, who, arrives with an unusually positive outlook about her current situation. When you inquire about her new perspective, she shares that her department has been through its share of changes and challenges and that your conversations have helped her think about her new leadership role.

Rae Marie recognized that her new leadership role requires her to manage projects and lead people. You agree with Rae Marie and share that, leaders must also be concerned for their people, and have some concern for the work they do. As you and Rae Marie continue in conversation, Rae Marie asks, “how much focus should I give to the people? How much focus should I give to their work?

In an effort to answer Rae Maries question, write a 1000 – 1500 word essay addressing the following:

Cite all references in a reference list. Be sure to reference all sources using APA format. For more information on APA, please visit the APASTYLE Lab.

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Different Styles of Leadership and the Appropriate Time to Use Them

The transformational leadership style focuses on a leader who acts on own consent without the influence of his/her followers or employees points of view. These leaders are noted to bear charisma and a lot of knowledge concerning his/her field of interest. The leader always motivates the employees as well as his/her persona while maintaining high levels of energy and risk-taking. The leader also shows consideration to first persona as well as intellectual stimulation (Lawrence, 2012). The transformational leader is most appropriate in cases of forming visions of the firm or steering a firm towards an entirely new direction of risks. The leaders also communicate their vision to their followers so that they would join in his/her direction…

 

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