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Situational Leadership is Tough
Matthew
Perhaps the most useful, and hardest to master is the situational leadership style. Different people and problems require different solutions. A new employee needs nurturing and assistance. A skilled employee needs a laissez-faire approach to keep them interested in their job and give them ownership of their job roles. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Laissez Faire Leadership and Monitoring Work Progress
Michael M. Mucugia, Director, Kenya, Member
As much as one would wish to have a laissez-faire approach to leadership, experience indicates that it's only effective if other approaches to leadership are implemented alongside. For example, proper marks to the playing field have to be set like responsibilities, expected targets, goals and time frames for the given tasks. All these are essential ingredients in monitoring work progress.
 

 
Leading Skilled Employees
Robert Vander Yacht, United States, Member
I have to remind myself that my most skilled employees still need direction when they are faced with new tasks. It is easy to assume that a competent worker will be successful at all times, but this is not always the case. A laissez-faire leadership approach to a new assignment for a skilled worker can produce rather poor results.
 

   

         
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