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Servant - that was unexpected, but appreciated. I have learned that functional leaders in an operational organization need to develop a servitude attitude. They depend on others' results for successes, therefore the leader's role in the processes is removing barriers and providing support; servitude.
Military Leadership has been defined as influencing (motivating) others in such a way that they accomplish the mission, even when they do not want to do it.
How do you motivate others?
Has there been a time when Democratic style did not work for you? How did you handle it? What could have you done different?
Would Autocratic work for you in some cases? why/why not?
Could Democratic work in the forming stages of team development and project planning, then transition into Charismatic style while executing and Situational when you are M/C the project?
also team members expertise plays a part in how you lead them, yes?
So what thoughts on Manager vs Leader? Same or different? Can we be both or need to be both at times?
Since I would just with the situation and my professional relationship, I would say Situational.
Depends on where you are on the project and the issues being faced that day. We all have to adjust to be effective PM's
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