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Leadership styles and when to use them

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When you are on a family trip and are lost, you are frequently told to turn left by one person in the car, turn right by another, a third person reminding you that you should have asked for directi...
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Management styles | Queensland Government

Management styles | Queensland Government | Leadership Styles | Scoop.it
Information about different leadership styles and how these styles affect staff, clients and business.
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Women at Work: Leadership -- Style or Stereotypes? - Huffington Post (blog)

Women at Work: Leadership -- Style or Stereotypes? - Huffington Post (blog) | Leadership Styles | Scoop.it
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Leadership styles

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Leadership styles - Men and women lead differently, but effectively

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Don Dea's curator insight, February 14, 2013 12:36 AM

Despite the fact that companies have shown an increased commitment to diversity, inclusion and advancement of women in the workplace, the representation of women in leadership positions remains stagnant.

Companies need to take active steps to combat stereotyping by instituting more rigorous and unambiguous evaluation processes, as well as educating managers and executives about stereotyping. The achievements of women leaders need to be showcased, particularly those in male-dominated fields. Development of a gender-sensitive workplace should be viewed as an overall company policy which strives to improve gender equality and enable women to participate equally in decision making. Those companies with a supportive, equitable business culture enjoy better financial results, improved market share and improved access to a growing, well-educated segment of the workforce.

Blair Kettle's curator insight, October 15, 2013 4:44 PM

Less than 2 percent of US Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 CEOs are women. Part of the reason for that no doubt comes from stereotypes about women leaders. Also, fewer women may aspire for leadership roles.  But there has to be more to it than that.

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Achieving Happiness: Leadership styles: Multipliers vs. Diminishers - CapitalGazette.com

Achieving Happiness: Leadership styles: Multipliers vs. Diminishers - CapitalGazette.com | Leadership Styles | Scoop.it
Achieving Happiness: Leadership styles: Multipliers vs.

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Follow a Leader to Become a Leader

Follow a Leader to Become a Leader | Leadership Styles | Scoop.it
When it comes to managing your employees, your leadership style directly affects your success. Put your business on top by following these proven HR strategies.
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23 Lessons on Leadership Styles - Project Eve

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Leadership Styles

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Leadership Styles That Backfire

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No two leadership styles are exactly alike. What’s more, different people respond to different leadership styles and different situations call for difference leadership styles.

With that said, there are some leadership styles that never work. They backfire every time they are tried!

 


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