Leadership Theories And Leadership Styles

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Introduction
This paper will describe and provide examples surrounding various leadership theories and leadership styles that sustain the definition of a public leader. First, this paper will provide a definition of a public leader. Next, it determine two leadership theories and two leadership styles that support the definition of a public leader. Also, this paper will assess the effectiveness of the two leadership theories. Subsequently, it will assess the effectiveness of the two leadership styles. Further, this paper will utilize proper in-text citations and references, as well as integrate effective techniques of quoting, paraphrasing and summarizing. Finally, it will provide information in a clear, coherent, and consistent manner, using logic to support all ideas.
Definition of a Public Leader
To best apply leadership theories and styles to a public leaders, one must first define the role of a public leader. According to Solomon, Costea, and Niță, a public leader is focused on public institutions in an effort to increase the efficiency of an organization, its decision-making process, ultimately to potentially solve the public’s needs. Furthermore, a public leader theoretically increases the efficiency of an organization’s executive management, its judicious use of labor, and reduces to a minimum the number of administrative officials (2016, p. 148). Essentially, a public leader serves the organization that provides, in some capacity, the people within the
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