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Managers can improve the performance of staff by learning to adjust their leadership styles to different situations. Using situational leadership, managers will be able to match the development level of employees with specific leadership styles in order to boost productivity, increase employee satisfaction, and stimulate a more effective learning environment.
This research note will show you how to leverage situational leadership by:
- Providing a clear definition of situational leadership and its benefits.
- Exploring the development cycle of employees and how to match leadership style to each stage in this cycle.
- How to make the best use of the situational leadership model and implement it within your own team.
Managers can use situational leadership techniques to better match the development level of employees with specific leadership styles. The result is increased productivity, increased employee satisfaction, and a more effective learning environment.