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Leadership Styles/Theories

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Brianna Garcia

on 19 February 2013

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Calculations 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c What is open-minded? Leadership Styles and Theories Being open-minded is when you
care about what other people say
and you value their perspectives. This means your leading isn't
"My way or the highway " It's more like,
"I'm here for you and I care
about what you have to say" Photo By: O5com Photo by: Yuri Arcurs What is principled? Principled is being fair and honest and taking
responsibility for your own actions. Source: "The Wall Street Journal guide to Management"
by Alan Murray, published by Harper Business Source: "The Wall Street Journal guide to Management"
by Alan Murray, published by Harper Business And now a video from Youtube uploaded by WhatYouOughtToKnow called "An Open Mind"... Leadership articles "How to Be a Better Mentor" From Erik Thompson's article I think it's important to cr to open up more to each other. I think that getting comfortable with your followers
and them getting comfortable with you allows both parties Because you don't really open up to people
you don't feel comfortable with. So when something is truly not
your fault, then your leader will
take the blame for you. Photo By:David Gordon Two men compromising after the leader made a mistake. A boss yelling at an employing because
he wants stuff done immediately. A woman talking her boss,
they are really great friends! "As a leader, you must learn how and when to quiet that
voice, so you can listen without losing momentum.
By giving others a voice, you create much stronger
follwership and less dependency on your presence to drive progress." From Dan Gallagher's article: A Self-Aware Leader Part of being open-minded is being considerate
of others! Just because you're a leader doesn't mean you can talk over people. Talking over others is rude and may ruin the
relationship between you and your followers.
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