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I used Table 14.3 to evaluate the extent to which Lynn Tilton displayed the characteristics associated with being a good leader and good manager. She has plenty of intelligence, knowledge and a ton of problem-solving skills. In her line of work she has to be able to think fast on her feet before a company goes completely out of business. She has to know when the best time to buy a company and which once she can realist turn around and make profitable again.

She has the ability to communicate and show caring and empathy. She is very passionate about what she does and she says she puts her heart and soul into it. In the reading the employees say they have a love hate relationship with her, because she is strong and assertive but it keeps the company working and makes them money.

She seems very honest and has a high moral reasoning. From what I have read she has in times been too honest. She is down to earth straight forward and just tells it how it is. I believe the employees appreciate that because there are no question to be asked you know exactly what is expected of them.

A couple of ways that Titon displays situational approaches toward leadership initiating structure and job-centered behavior. He defiantly have a “ What do I do to get the job done” approach. She is very honest when she talks and deals with people and they respect her for that. She is straightforward in what she wants and how get plans to get it done. She is also concerned with needs of the job.

I would like working for Lynn. Her in employees are happy with heir job security and they like the way she leads. She is very stern and in your face. She is much different than most CEO but I think people feel more confortable around her. Like I said earlier, she is very honest in what she wants and people want to do well to keep their jobs and to make more money. They are more willing to work hard if more is demanded of them. She has a soft compassionate side that people

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