Retail Leadership Solution
- Video 1: Management vs. Leadership
- Video 2: What a Good Leader is…Avoid the “10” Mistakes
- Video 3: 11 Leadership Principles
- Video 4: Top 5 Factors of Influence
- Video 5: Leadership –
- Video 6: Leadership –
- Video 7: Keys to Success: Situational Leadership
- Video 8: Motivation Secrets
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Generally Accepted Management Styles and their description:
AUTOCRATIC: Manager makes the decisions, usually results in well organized and functioning environment, there may be some dissension due to lack of input from the employees. Creativity is hindered.
CONSULTATIVE: Feedback is encouraged, degree of participation by the employees in decision making. Final call still with the manager.
PERSUASIVE: Works with the employees to convince them that the course of action is the right one, still holding on to full decision making power.
DEMOCRATIC: Consensus seeking management style where employees freely participate in decision making. Leads to very slow process to taking action for obvious reasons.
CHAOTIC: Puts more emphasis on speed and agility of action, decision making can be largely shared between the manager and the employees in a highly disorganized structure.
As you are going to see in the Retail Leadership Solution, effective retail leader needs a lot more, in terms of skills and traits to make a significant impact.
You need to utilize all of the styles above based on specific circumstances and conditions. Ability to figure out what to use when is the decisive difference between good and bad leaders.
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