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Styles of leadership.
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We have six styles, each originating from different components of emotional intelligence.
Nevertheless, this styles have different impact to where the style is been applied, whether in a
company, group of people, team, or an organization. These styles make whoever reads them to
get prosperity and self- esteem guided by their own principles. It is believed that, the researchers
who get best results, they don’t only have to rely on one style but have to use more than one.
I myself I own several this styles of leadership. Is more so overwhelmed by the
democratic style? This style in now coming to dominance after the people realized that
there is great need for empowered teamwork, for the people to work together thus having
the same goal or destination from which every one aims to achieve. However this style is
difficult to articulate in our business because it’s much demanding of different concepts
to utilize in order to achieve fully democratic leadership.
I have decided to articulate democratic style of leadership because it involves
combined views and team work in making the decisions. The decisions obtained from
such a style is the most appropriate because it satisfies everyone who is involved in
coming up with the same decisions. In other words this style involves combined
participation both in power and in control of the institutions thus also called participative
leadership.
By using this style of whole engagement and involvement I have found a number
of benefits. These benefits include the following. Firstly, it invites the participants to
discuss and give out their opinion and view to be included in decision intended to be
made. Secondly, it invites consensus by seeking a widespread agreement among the
group members involved. Thirdly, it fosters the ideas, creativity and innovation of others

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Styles of leadership. Name. Institution. Instructor. Course title. We have six styles, each originating from different components of emotional intelligence. Nevertheless, this styles have different impact to where the style is been applied, whether in a company, group of people, team, or an organization. These styles make whoever reads them to get prosperity and self- esteem guided by their own principles. It is believed that, the researchers who get best results, they don’t only have to rely on one style but have to use more than one. I myself I own several this styles of leadership. Is more so overwhelmed by the democratic style? This style in now coming to dominance after the people realized that there is great need for empowered teamwork, for the people to work together thus having the same goal or destination from which every one aims to achieve. However this style is difficult to articulate in our business because it’s much demanding of different concepts to utilize in order to achieve fully democratic leadership. I have decided to articulate democratic style of leadership because it involves combined views and team work in making the decisions. The decisions obtained from such a style is the most appropriate because it satisfies everyone who is involved in coming up with the same decisions. In other words this style involves combined participation both in power and in control of the institutions thus also called participative leadership. By using this style of ...
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