Situational Leadership is Tough

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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.
 

 
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