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Participative leadership offers a host of benefits to an organisation willing to use it. By involving employees in company decisions you raise their awareness, encourage their contributions, and raise their morale.
Put simply, a leadership style is a way of managing employees. As a leader, you’ll no doubt have asked yourself ‘what type of leader am I?’. Once you’ve found your style, you’ll have your answer.
The coaching leadership style is about inspiring your team, building their confidence, and teaching them the skills they need in order to develop and work together successfully while ensuring they feel supported by the coaching leader along the way.
Extraordinary leaders inspire others to be great.
Transformational leadership is a creative leadership style that places a focus on the need for change.
As leaders, our job is to create high performing teams where success is inevitable.
In today’s workplace, good leadership is make or break.
As a leader, which do you consider more important: The wellbeing of your team, or the effective achievement of company objectives?
History has seen many great leaders: Men and women who shaped the world we live in.
What is the best leadership style for successful managers today?
As a leader, you should want to improve your employees' engagement at every turn and you must not be satisfied with anything other than high engagement and high-performance.
There are times when managers fall into the dark side of leadership - a common type of incompetent leader who, according to Harvard Businesses Review, can be summarised by their characteristics such as diminished communication and reluctance to stand up for their team.