Week 4 - Discussion 1

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BUS 610
Nov 5, 2023
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BUS 610 Week 4 - Discussion ` what style of leadership is the most effective in leading an organization. Is it important to be well-liked, or are results all that matter? Cite examples that support your conclusions. Effective leadership is a complex topic, and there is no one-size-fit-all answer to this question. Some of the most effective leadership styles may include transformational leadership, democratic leadership, and servant leadership. Transformational leadership focus is to inspire the staff using effective communication and collaboration, setting challenging goals, and achieving exceptional results. Democratic leaders are responsible for encouraging participation from team members, ensuring they feel valued, and their voices are heard. Servant leaders prioritize the needs of their team and empower them to achieve their full potential. It is essential to indicate that being well-liked is not the only factor contributing to effective leadership. Also, it is essential to build a strong relationship with the team members, results are ultimately what is most important. For example, Steve Jobs was recognized for his tough leadership style, and he led Apple to become one of the most successful businesses worldwide. Similarly, Jeff Bezos has been recognized for his demanding leadership style at Amazon and has been able to drive innovation and growth (Miranda, 2023). Even though there is no one best leadership style, transformational, democratic, and servant leadership styles are well-known and are effective in leading organizations. Even though being well-liked is essential, it is not viewed as the only factor contributing to effective leadership. Results are viewed as the most important factor (Miranda, 2023). Miranda, D. (2023). 10 Management styles of effective leaders. Retrieved from https://www.forbes.com/advisor/business/management-styles
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