1 Leadership Styles Essey
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Published: May 14th, 2015
Karen Plascencia B2 2.3.15
Leadership style is the way a person leads others and the way they perform and impact others; either in a positive or negative way. The leadership styles are: autocratic ,democratic
, and laissez-faire leaders. Autocratic leaders have a way of being more strict. They are very directing and like to control all activities that surround them without participating themselves. They could care less about how others are feeling as long as things are done their way and done “right”. (Think about the father on the Sound Of Music).
Democratic leadership is someone who shares their thoughts, decision making, and abilities with the members of their group. They promote the common interests of the group members by practicing equality for all. When there is a goal to be reached the leader asks for opinions and ideas from others, and chooses the best plan that will make things work for the good of all.
Laissez-faire leadership is where the rights and power to make choices are fully for the members of the group. This is like a club where the members feel free to make suggestions and plans without someone telling them what to do or controlling them or their opinions .
“Many leaders inspire- they don’t demand they ask. (These) leaders have their followers’ trust and respect. There are different leaders for every situation and instead of always doing things right, they will do what is right”. Leaders walk in front instead of behind the group. The way they lead is also a part of their personality. Leaders throughout history used to be picked because of their
size, strength, skill,agility ,knowledge and because they were male. They were seen as the providers. The male went out and hunted for food because he was seen as the one who had the strength, agility, skill, and the knowledge to do so, but over the years it has definitely changed and now we can just go to Walmart for some pork chops. It has definitely changed because in some