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  • Leadership Styles - (7)

    A leadership style is a narrow and specific behaviour compared to a model or philosophy. Leadership style may be strongly influenced by the leader's personality, the aims of the leader, and relationship with followers. A style is a description of a leader's behaviours, and may also be like a tool in the leadership models toolkit.


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      An overview of the key leadership styles and understanding the applications of each style within an organisation.

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      Understanding the differences between transactional and transformational leadership styles, their strengths and weaknesses and their applications.

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      Understanding the differences, strengths and weaknesses of charismatic leadership vs narcissistic leadership. 

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      Transformational Leadership is a style which involves working alongside team members in order to identify the need for change, create an inspiring and motivational vision, and to execute necessary steps required for change in tandem with team members.

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      The modern idea of Transformational Leadership is based around 4 elements described by Bernard A. Bass in 1985: Idealised InfluenceIntellectual StimulationIndividualised Consideration and Inspirational Motivation

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      Transactional Leadership is a behavioural leadership theory which focusses on the link between supervision, organisation and group performance.