10 Common Leadership Styles

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The Indeed Editorial Team gives a thorough run down of the various styles of leadership, inclusive of benefits, challenges and examples of each. What I find fascinating is the characteristics of each. For example, according to the Indeed team, if you demonstrate more of an autocratic type of leadership style, your traits may include. 

  • self-confidence
  • self-motivation
  • communicate clearly and consistently
  • follow the rules
  • dependability
  • value highly structured environments
  • belief in supervised work environments

Also learn how to determine your leadership style. I have included a link to Jen’s, What’s your style?, presentation and the full article for your reference.

https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/10-common-leadership-styles

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