Businesses around the country are still adjusting to the new normal of not only managing their teams remotely, but also doing it successfully to stay afloat. For some, this is a complete 180° from how they have always performed their responsibilities as a team leader. This might be because they come from an older generation that is more traditional in its methods, meaning any adjustment is a hurdle. Other managers are faced with the reality that the ill-designed walkabout micromanagement system of an open office plan is a dismal failure. Bosses who leaned heavily on this model are now having the hardest time adapting to their sight unseen employees.
With the job market being so competitive, many people are seeking employment. The one thing making the job-hunting situation different than previous years is the fact that companies are also being judged and scored. Potential applicants are able to read reviews ahead of time to determine whether a company’s culture is a good fit for them. This includes how well leaders within the corporation can engage and motivate others.
There are many leadership styles that people try to embrace, but that doesn’t mean every type is a good fit for you or your business. In order to assess what type of leader you are, there are many factors to consider, such as your company culture, your team dynamic, your industry, and the size of your business, to name just a few. Knowing as much as possible about the different leadership types and which ones fit you best will have an enormous impact on how you handle stress, make decisions, and interact with others.
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