The Characteristics Of A Democratic Style Of Management And Autocratic Management

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autocratic management has been successful as it provides strong motivation to the manager. This provides for quick decision making but is generally not successful in gaining employee engagement or maintaining worker satisfaction.
Laissez-faire or Free-rein Style of Leadership
A person may be in a leadership position without providing leadership, leaving the group to fend for itself. Subordinates are given a free hand in deciding their own policies and methods.
This can sometimes be a positive leadership style if workers are responsible and self-starting and do not require a lot of supervision. In this situation employees may enjoy a laissez-faire style of a leader.
Democratic Style of Leadership
A democratic style of leadership involves the leader sharing decision-making abilities with group members while also promoting the interests of the group members and practicing social equality.
Employees will likely enjoy this style of leadership because it gives them a say in many decisions.
R7179 Hospitality Level 4 Leadership Styles Questionnaire v1 3
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After completing a management style questionnaire I have discovered that my personal management style is mainly democratic with equal measures of autocratic and laissez faire styles. I feel this analysis is accurate of my own style and a good balanced mix of the three styles allows me to adapt my management style to different situations.
I am very good at problem solving and calm in a crisis. This would
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