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Explain the vavious types of leadeship​

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Answered by Talentedgirl1
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The seven primary leadership styles are:

1. Autocratic Style. ...

2. Authoritative Style. ...

3. Pacesetting Style. ...

4. Democratic Style. ...

5. Coaching Style. ...

6. Affiliative Style. ...

7. Laissez-Faire Style.

Explanation:

1. Autocratic Style

Autocratic leadership, also known as authoritarian leadership, is a leadership style characterized by individual control over all decisions and little input from group members. Autocratic leaders typically make choices based on their ideas and judgments and rarely accept advice from followers.

2. Authoritative Style. ...

The authoritative parenting style is sometimes referred to as "democratic." It involves a child-centric approach in which parents hold high expectations for their children backed by support and guidance.

3. Pacesetting Style. ...

Pacesetting is a style of leadership when a leader leads from the front, constantly sets high standards for their team and expects them to exceed with minimal management. It's when as a manager you set the cadence for your team and demand high intensity in their performance.

4. Democratic Style. ...

Democratic leadership, also known as participative leadership or shared leadership, is a type of leadership style in which members of the group take a more participative role in the decision-making process. 1 This type of leadership can apply to any organization, from private businesses to schools to government.

5. Coaching Style. ...

Democratic Coaching Style. Autocratic Coaching Style. Laissez-Faire Coaching Style.

6. Affiliative Style. ...

The Affiliative leadership style promotes harmony within the team. This style connects people together, encouraging inclusion and resolving conflict. To use this style, you must value the emotions of others, and put a high value on their emotional needs.

7. Laissez-Faire Style.

Laissez-faire leadership is the direct opposite of autocratic leadership. Instead of a single leader making all decisions for an organization, group or team, laissez-faire leaders make few decisions and allow their staff to choose appropriate workplace solutions. Laissez-faire leaders share these characteristics.

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