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Leadership Style Theory
Overview
1. Main components of Leadership Style Theory
Conclusion
Leadership Style Theory illustrates ...
Different options from which to choose
Many leaders may tend to operate in one style over another
Other leaders will implement a leadership style according to the situation
Main Components
Definition
Leadership Style Theory posits that there are varying styles of leadership ranging from boss/manager/leader-centered leadership to a subordinate-centered leadership style (Leadership Styles and Practices, n.d. : 20).
EDU802: Organizational Research & Theory Development | Dr. Fletcher
Leadership Group Presentation Assignment: Tamara Boyle & Kevin Villegas
February 8, 2017
The theory defined
A brief history of the theory
Dominant theory in Leadership Style Theory
Results and consequences
2. Various models within Leadership Style Theory
3. Differences from other leadership theories
4. Conclusion
5. References
References
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References Cont'd
Leadership Styles and Practices. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://samples.jbpub.com/9781284021738/Chapter2.pdf

Robertson, T. (2017).
Leadership theory vs. leadership style.
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Russell, M. (2011, September 08).
Leadership theories and style: A transitional approach.
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References Cont'd
Skakon, J., Nielsen, K., Borg, V., & Guzman, J. (2010, April-June). Are leaders’ well-being, behaviours and style associated with the affective well-being of their employees? A systematic review of three decades of research.
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History
“After 1970, the idea of universal leadership traits was abandoned” (Leadership Styles and Practices, n.d. : 21). However, some traits (e.g., personality, character, task competence, and socioemotional performance) are still perceived as important. Whilst “verbal and nonverbal communication skills have become critical for the successful leader” (Leadership Styles and Practices, n.d. : 21 & 22).
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