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Coercive Leadership

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Phillip Hammond

on 17 September 2012

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"Do what I tell you" Coercive Leadership the leader demands compliance In Coercive Leadership proves most effective in a crisis that needs immediate fixing however can lead to damage if overused after crisis leader possesses a great deal of authority and control Pro's leader provides direction and demands obedience Control Direction Authority Obedience has a harsh and inflexible impact Con's Descriptive Words stifling and provides little reward removes human responsibility for actions
"I am JUST following my orders." Inflexible Harsh
Little Reward Stifling Removed Relentless

Overbearing Unyielding

Persistent Ruthless But leaders that do get to use it
are considered
to hold a unique advantage
through experience,
talent or character Easiest Style to Misuse Reminds me of someone... training or simulation to expect the unexpected Effective When? post-crisis evaluations accomplishing demanding tasks as groups of individuals in a time of necessary empathy, rule, and objective action actions of one benefit many EXAMPLES
LEADERS Hank Rearden "You cannot make a revolution with silk gloves."

"If the opposition disarms, well and good. If the opposition refuses to disarm,
we shall disarm it ourselves." Joseph Stalin "Go and search carefully for the child.
As soon as you find him, report to me..." Coercive Leadership is best mixed with a softer form and is best applied in times of IMMEDIATE action. And now, a clip... "...a desire presupposes the possibility of action to
achieve it; action presupposes a goal which is
worth achieving." King Herod Sheldon Cooper "It was obviously very effective. Leonard grew up to
become an experimental physicist. Perhaps if she
also denied him Christmas, he'd be a little
better at it." The End.
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