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what is your leadership style?
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Transformational leadership
Transactional leadership
Servant leadership
Laissez-faire leadership
Bureaucratic leadership
Charismatic leadership
Democratic leadership
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I feel that style should be tailored to the team that you will manage. You need to have a bag of styles to pull out to create your custom style that will work well with the team.
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1 reply by Riyadh Salih
Aug 08, 2018 11:36 PM
Riyadh Salih
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Drake, heheheh nice expression a bag of styles, I agree that different scenario needs different style that's where our success comes to choose the right one.
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Aug 08, 2018 11:31 PM
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I feel that style should be tailored to the team that you will manage. You need to have a bag of styles to pull out to create your custom style that will work well with the team.
Drake, heheheh nice expression a bag of styles, I agree that different scenario needs different style that's where our success comes to choose the right one.
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Transformational + Servant leadership, inclusive of Charismatic & Democratic. Rarely bureaucratic style for any organisational decisions.
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1 reply by Riyadh Salih
Aug 10, 2018 1:57 AM
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Girija, wow that's good for you,
you are able to play all those characters. thanks for comment
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Adaptive, not in list though
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1 reply by Riyadh Salih
Aug 10, 2018 2:38 AM
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Anupam, well there are few more style like Autocratic, Democratic, Strategic leadership, Coaching leadership, cross cultural etc, Thanks for your comment
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Kiron leadership :-)

In other words, while it might derive elements from the list you've provided, Riyadh, it is uniquely "my" style. Be thyself, or risk thy authenticity is (one of) my mottos...

Kiron
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2 replies by Girija Ramakrishnan and Riyadh Salih
Aug 09, 2018 9:00 AM
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Of course, Kiron. I like it.. Thumbs up :-)
Aug 10, 2018 11:54 PM
Riyadh Salih
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Kiron, you made a brilliant statement, thanks for your contribution
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Aug 09, 2018 7:33 AM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Kiron leadership :-)

In other words, while it might derive elements from the list you've provided, Riyadh, it is uniquely "my" style. Be thyself, or risk thy authenticity is (one of) my mottos...

Kiron
Of course, Kiron. I like it.. Thumbs up :-)
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It depends on situation and stakeholders you handle. Good project manager should use different hat of leadership as per requirement. One cannot be successful in peoject by applying only one type of leadership style all time, in all situation and with all the stakeholders.

Thanks Riyadh !!
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1 reply by Riyadh Salih
Aug 10, 2018 11:59 PM
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Alok, you're welcome, thanks for comment
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I agree with other. My style adapts to the situation. I think I enjoy the servant leadership style the best. But that is not always appropriate. Bureaucratic is my least desirable style. Just yesterday I was directed to use this style after several previous style attempts failed. I will admit that I am struggling with it.
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1 reply by Riyadh Salih
Aug 14, 2018 7:44 PM
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Dinah, you are right for such a soft caring heart like yours it is hard to use that but sometimes we need to be more directive to control the situation. Thanks for your comment
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According to me a single style may not fit for every situation, so it depends. Personally I enjoy servant leadership style!
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1 reply by Riyadh Salih
Aug 10, 2018 11:55 PM
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Anish, yes agreed with you thanks for contribution
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I'm trying the "chameleon" project management style...trying to adapt to the environment my style to my team members...not all people needs the same communication style or management style to get the best of them.
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1 reply by Riyadh Salih
Aug 10, 2018 11:58 PM
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Mayte, it is true that each situation or each scenario needs different style, however I avoid to use the word chameleon due to its negative reflection by politicians, thank you for your continuous support and comments
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