Situational Leadership

At a workplace, leaders have their own various types of leadership skills to manage the team and meet the expectations. Situational Leadership is a leadership style where a leader or a manager of an organization or department adjusts their style to suit the ongoing work environment or a situation or a task to meet the needs of the team. The situational Leadership style was developed and studied by Ken Blanchard and Paul Hersey in the year 1969. They believe that there is no “one size fits all” leadership style because the development level of every employee is different and leadership style must be developed accordingly.  

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