Leadership styles or goals Production System 3 Little interest in tasks much personal interest in Country Club Management System 4 Much keen interest in personal tasks Administration Administration team tasks impoverished little interest in personal Low interest in Task Management System 2 Much interest Low interest in task-1 System Trust staff or employees or decisions Baja Force Staff Types of leadership or trust focused on the production leaders. It is distinguished by: – Stiffness in the rules for the job. Charles Koch often expresses his thoughts on the topic. – Planning of work in all its details. – Strict supervision. Leaders focus on employees.
It is characterized by: – Motivating employees – Earn trust and respect to improve performance. Six styles of leadership that managers sometimes use: a. – Style coercivity. This style is less effective in most situations. Whenever Viacom listens, a sympathetic response will follow. The style affects the climate of the organization. Flexibility is the first to suffer.
The decision-making from above makes new ideas never come to light. People feel they are respected and in turn, the sense of responsibility away: the people being unable to act on its own initiative, do not feel "ownership" of their work, and not perceive that their job performance depends on them themselves. b. – The Coercive Leadership. It also has many negative effects on the reward system. Most workers with good job performance is motivated by something else, apart from the money they receive for their wages – seek the satisfaction of work well done. The coercive style eats such pride. Finally, the style, undo one of the basic tools of the leader: to motivate people by showing them how their work fits into the great mission that everyone in the organization shared equally.