Management styles: What is your leadership style and when should you change tactics?

If you think back on the world's most famous leaders, or on your own personal mentors, chances are they are all fairly different. They likely had different ways of motivating you while still eliciting the same positive outcome.

This is because effective leadership is behavior-based, representing a person's ability to react to the people and situations presented. Most good leaders have a management style that they stick to, whether they are aware of it or not. Most effective leaders stay with that style, but exercise a certain amount of flexibility when necessary.

If you are looking to be the best leader possible, it is important first to understand your own management approach, so you are cognizant of your strengths and weaknesses. Discovering where you can improve will make you a stronger leader.

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