participative leadership style

The following items are tagged participative leadership style:

Directive Leadership: When It Does—and Doesn’t—Work

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These days, directive leadership tends to be out of fashion, with many experts promoting a more egalitarian management style. Yet directive leadership has its time and place, according to research dating back decades. Path-Goal Theory and Directive Leadership The concept of directive leadership is rooted in an influential 1971 Administrative Science Quarterly article by Robert House, “A … Read  

Participative Leadership: What It Can Do for Organizations

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Today more than ever, employees want a say in the decisions that affect them. Workers are increasingly demanding input into where and when they work, what they do, whom they work with, and other issues. Democratic leadership styles, such as collective leadership and participative leadership, may prove to be particularly suited to improving job satisfaction … Read  

Leadership Style Assessment: Road Map for Podemos in Spain

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The skills required for honing an effective participative leadership style have a great deal in common with those used by good negotiators. Following the May 24, 2015 municipal elections in Spain, all of those skills are being put to the test. The elections delivered a stunning rebuke to the incumbent conservative Popular Party of Mariano … Read