The factors that will influence your choice of leadership styles or behaviours in a work place situations are identified
There are several factors that influence my choice of leadership style or behaviours in workplace situations. The main 3 are The Team, The individual, The Task, and these three things are often interlinked. I think it is important to tailor your approach to the team, using a mix of a democratic leadership style and an autocratic leadership approach. Other contributing factors that will influence the choice of leadership style are the situation in hand( the task) the actual environment or area you work in, the risks involved ,the pooled skillset of all involved and competency level of those involved(the team) the resources and equipment available to you , funding , what information is available to you and what the expected outcome or result is . All of these things on their own and combined have a large influence over which style should be used for example if the time allowed to make a decision was limited and the pooled skillset and competency level low I would deem a more autocratic decision appropriate. However if you have competent and skilled staff to aid you and more time a democratic approach would be a better option as you can glean from others , delegate and everyone will feel more valued.
The reasons why these leadership styles or behaviours are likely to have a positive effect on in individual and group behaviour is explained
Different people have different learning styles and therefore will respond to different leadership styles such as autocratic, democratic, charismatic. I feel it is better to have a mixture of these leadership styles, though in certain situations due to outside factors just one might be needed. With an Autocratic approach this is usually used when a quick decision needs to be made or the competency level or pooled skillset