Leadership Styles

Leadership Styles a. Autocratic Leadership b. Democratic Leadership c. Laissez Faire Leadership Autocratic Leadership make decisions on behalf of the group and maintain strict order Democratic Leadership promotes group-based decision making, active member involvement, honest Read more…

Nursing leadership styles

autocratic retains all authority, makes all decisions and establishes one-way communication with the work group autocratic leadership style good for crisis situations Democratic focuses on teamwork and workgroup participation in decision-making, leader collaborates with others Read more…

Task-oriented Leadership

5 Key Elements 1. Creates clear and engaging direction 2. Utilize the skills and abilities of team members 3. Establish an enabling team structure 4. Achieve strong team decision-making process 5. Create capabilities to learn Read more…

Situational Leadership Model

What is Situational Leadership? This is a term that can be applied generically to a style of leadership, but that also refers to a recognized, and useful, leadership model. In simple terms, a situational leader Read more…

Laissez-Faire Leadership

Define Laissez-Faire Leadership A leadership policy where all the rights and power to make decisions is fully given to the worker What are some characteristics of a Laissez-Faire-led organisation? 1. Leaders are hands off 2. Read more…

Participative leadership

Participative leadership The business fully involves one or more employees in the decision making process Advantage of Participative leadership Utilises talents and creativity of subordinates Disadvantage of Participative leadership Slows the decision making process and Read more…

Relational Leadership Model

Purposeful Committed to a goal or activity, Finding common purpose with others, Being aware of the vision helps make sure your activities are in line with what your ultimate purpose is Working toward positive change. Read more…

USMC Leadership Traits

Justice … is defined as the practice of being fair and consistent. A just person gives consideration to each side of a situation and bases rewards or punishments on merit. Judgement … is your ability Read more…

LEADERSHIP PHILOSOPHY

MARINE CORPS PHILOSOPHY OF LEADERSHIP IMPORTANT DEFINITIONS Command The authority a person in the military lawfully exercises over subordinates by virtue of rank and assignment or position. Management A process of planning, organizing, coordinating, directing, Read more…

Authentic Leadership Theory

authenticity whether a leader is genuine and real interpersonal perspective relational, created by leaders and followers together; authenticity emerges from interactions intrapersonal perspective focuses closely on the leader and what goes on within the leader; Read more…

Amazon Leadership Principles

Customer Obsession Leaders start with the customer and work backwards. They work vigorously to earn and keep customer trust. Although leaders pay attention to competitors, they obsess over customers. Ownership Leaders are owners. They think Read more…

Trait Theory of Leadership

Which is narrower in focus? Charismatic or Transformational? Charismatic Which is broader in focus? Transformational Which emphasizes characteristics of the leader? Charismatic or Transformational? Charismatic Which emphasizes what the leader accomplishes, & changes in the Read more…

Level 5 Leadership

5 Levels of Leadership 1) highly capable individual, 2) contributing team member, 3) competent manager, 4) effective leader, 5) executive Level 1 highly capable individual, makes productive contributions through talent, knowledge, skills, and good work Read more…

Marine Corps Leadership Traits

JUSTICE is defined as the practice of being fair and consistent. A just person gives consideration to each side of a situation and bases rewards or punishments on merit. JUDGMENT is your ability to think Read more…

Define Leadership

Define Leadership is an influence relationship that intend real changes and outcomes that reflect their shared purpose. What is Vision and its role in leadership? it is a picture of ambitious, desirable future of the Read more…

Contingency theories of leadership

Contingency 1) Leaders are most effective when they make their behavior contingent upon the factors of a situation 2) Leaders must be flexible and avoid clinging to old ideas about what will work in a Read more…

EXAM 1 Strengths-Based Leadership

how many exams are there 5, 4 @ 10%, 1 @ 20% how many daughters 2 from where nigeria recently came from Wash U in St Louis important beliefs about his family understand them, frank, Read more…

A team leader takes initiative to dictate assignments to people, they have a positive attitude and make others to become positive as well. To handle daily life challenges we need leadership skills to find new opportunities in a tough situation. Leaders have their own path, they don’t follow someone else’s lead. Leadership flashcards will help you to go over interpersonal skills needed by leaders, discover the nature and importance of leadership, its traits, motives, principles and characteristics.

Flashcards are undoubtedly the most functioning way for motivated learners to study and retain factual knowledge, especially when they are used rationally. A lot of students bore themselves to tears with those study guides and manuals. But you can act in another way. You can use information cards for learning any information you need: studying materials, definitions, theories, they can be an effective test or exam help. But not only students find flashcards useful. Parents find that studying with flashcards is quick, immediate, and hassle-free. Their different and vibrant models, types and styles enhance kids and grownups as well. Flashcard teaching strategies are also popular with teachers because of their effectiveness.

Studying material using the Leitner system has a number of advantages.

• Firstly, flashcards can easily facilitate repetition. When you look at the front side of a flashcard, you start wandering through the corridors of your brain in search of an answer rather than simply staring at the passage in your manual.
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The principles of flashcard education had been laid hundreds of years before the invention of the Leitner system in the 1970s, and, despite the existence of other methods to study material, it is still pragmatic. But there’s a reason that flashcards have been a preferred study guide method for hundreds of years: They work!