Leadership Style Essay

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Leadership Essay, A.P.A 1000 word essay
The leadership style combination between autocratic leadership and empowerment leadership would give the futuristic cutting edge per se, to create a diversified ultimate decision making policy. Autocratic leadership, which is a style that leaders who make decisions on their own without consulting employees enjoy and empowerment, which is a practice in which managers lead employees by sharing power, responsibility, and decision making with them (Boone, L. E., & Kurtz, D. L. 2009 p. 260-270). This mixture creates responsibility and accountability. If the leader is made to lead then, in return they will make certain key decisions based on experience, proven results and a “pocket” of advisors that will
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"It is not easy to do." (Amble, B. 2006)
In regard to the previous statement of Dr. Hmieleski, one could formulate an idea that many empowerment leaders today, do not take in account that there are different factors in which one should keep in mind. This involves different aspects such as, urban and suburban cultures, psychological aspects of possible behavior of a tardy or insubordinate employee and in general, not letting friends or family get in the way of hiring and firing. In one’s opinion one could also notice how it is working at a fast food restaurant; many will notice that when a place is not run well, it is due to the lack of proper communication from the leader to the worker – thus, creating animosity, people quitting in the middle of a “rush” and overall mal-attitude.

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The leadership style that best suits my personality is a combination similar to my ideal combination of autocratic and empowerment leadership style; it’s simple, it lets the company worker produce their best and allows the ability of “the gathering of minds” on a simple issues to complex issues. In relation to the past sentence, my character trait correlates with the
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