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Management Style: Loose Management

(Teamwork Learning, Leading by Examples)

         
Promote Learning within the work environment. Allows participative decision making by sitting with the team members Promotes an “all hand on deck” culture. Invest heavily in the company’s success. Is flexible with allowing the team members to take whichever roles they want that are required.

Result

Tips to coach

1.       Develop creativity & independence within your team by teaching the importance of analytical thinking & “Leading by Examples.”

2.       Highly motivated and engaged team

1.       Encourage your team to be analytic with their ideas.

2.       Have them map out and predict the effect of their idea on overall goal.

3.     Providing them knowledge, resource & tools to succeed will helps to encourage test and learn initiatives.

“A leader is someone who demonstrates what’s possible.”:- Mark Yarnell.

Management Style :- Democratic Management.

 (Motivation, Team input-output, Final Decision, Number, Importance on Feedback)

Brings the team together to agree upon Always reaches the final decision.

 

Driven and motivated by numbers. Lives to see results. Knows what can & can’t be delegated to team.

 

 

Result

Tips to coach

1.       Engage member by giving them their own responsibilities in driving success.

2.      By including your team in key decisions so that they’ll build an emotional interest with the company’s success, progress & their activities which affected the result.

3.      Highly engaged as well as happy team members.

4.       You’ll develop your teams skill set & keep own head coat down.

1.      Invite team’s input by regular meetings and having transparency with feedback on decisions & ideas

2.    In evening quarter of Q&A encourage ideas and strategic thinking.

3.    You have to engage your team and let them think beyond their day to day activity so that they are more strategically involved.

 

 

 

 

“Listening enables us to learn from each other, from the marketplace, and from the mistakes that must be made in order to get anywhere that is original and disruptive.”-Richard Branson

Management Style :- Autocratic Management.

 (Getting Work Done, Focused on Goals, Importance on Feedback)

 

 

 

 

 

Usually has tight deadlines looming. Has a large team which responds to the style of direction Takes “full command” based on the goals which need to be achieved Delegates tasks with purpose and expect regular feedback. Clearly outlines the priorities and communicates dead-lines to the team

 

Result

Tips to coach

1.      Your constant focus on goals and objectives will result in decline in the effectiveness of this style of management when results are achieved

2.      And when there is a need to make quick-decisions, you can drive the team forward and motivate them in short-term.

3.     You’ll drive performance and hit the numbers, but don’t forget that motivation will be short-lined.

1.      When there is a need to make quick-decisions, step back from the democratic input-output but explain why you have done so and take feedback on the outcomes of decisions.

2.       Provide clean constructive feedback to reinforce action and motivate your team to success.


“Effective leadership is not about making speeches or being liked; leadership is defined by results not attributes”:- Peter Drucker

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