One of the keys to the success of a manager is their ability to switch, or flex, styles as the conditions in their environment change. This is commonly referred to as "situational leadership." It's important to understand this concept because an approach that may have worked in the past may be ineffective in the future.
An effective manager is able to utilize multiple leadership styles as conditions change. This is the theory behind the concept of situational leadership. Implementing this approach in an organization then becomes a matter of training managers to recognize the current work setting, or employee conditions, and using the most effective style given the specific challenge.
For example, delegating work to an employee that is ill prepared to accept that responsibility may result in the impression the worker is incompetent. This can lead to frustration for both the manager and worker. Ironically, it is actually the manager's inability to recognize the most effective leadership style, or refusal to switch styles, that is really the cause of an ineffective workforce.
Our program is designed to introduce the participants with Situational Leadership Form and furnish the leaders with the essential tools to competently pilot the demands of everyday management of people. The program organizes leaders to convene the moment-to-moment demands of the current tiring and challenging work environments.
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