Be an Agile Leader
It's a servant leadership model taught by The Ken Blanchard Companies, based on the belief that leadership style should be tailored to the situation.
This kind of flexibility is a key principle of agile organizations.
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Focuses on fast decision making, short-term goals, and the empowerment of individuals.
And it has expanded to include general leadership skills like acting on a shared vision, leading change, and sharing decision-making.
Agile leaders are servant leaders.
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Is a leadership philosophy that is built on the belief that the most effective leaders strive to serve others, rather than accrue power or take control.
The authoritarian leadership style:
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