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Leadership styles of the SLII®

Leadership styles of the SLII®

  • Providing direction, when someone is new to a task;
  • Providing coaching when someone gets discouraged;
  • Supporting the a person's continued development as they gain competence in the task;
  • Moving to a delegating style, when the direct report demonstrates self-reliance on the goal or task.

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Agile leadership

Agile leadership

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.

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The 2 elements of the servant leadership

The 2 elements of the servant leadership

  • Vision: Creating a shared vision is the leadership part of servant leadership;
  • Implementation: Helping people implement that vision is the servant part of servant leadership.

Agile leaders are servant leaders.

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Situational Leadership® II (SLII®)

Situational Leadership® II (SLII®)

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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