Management Concepts

Practical Application of Situational Leadership Theory

situationalpractical Situational Leadership is the most comprehensive and practical method of effectively managing and developing people. Situational Leadership is a model and a set of tools for opening up communication and helping others develop self-reliance. Learn how you can apply this model at your workplace!!

Situational Leadership

situational leadership1The theory of situational leadership was developed in the late 1960’s by Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard and is one of the more widely recognized approaches to leadership. The theory was first introduced as "Life Cycle Theory of Leadership". During the mid-1970s, "Life Cycle Theory of Leadership" was renamed as "Situational Leadership theory". Learn more about the directive and supportive behaviors and how they influence leadership in various situations!!

Trait Theory of Leadership

trait theoryTrait Theory of Leadership is based on the assumption that people are born with inherited traits and some traits are particularly suited to leadership. People who make effective leaders have the right (or sufficient) combination of traits and great leaders has some common personality characteristics. Trait theories help us identify traits and dispositions that are helpful when leading others.

The Great Man Theory of Leadership

great man theoryThis article provides an overview and provides an understanding of the basic assumptions/premise made under the great person theory of leadership. This theory was proposed during the 19th Century and was based on the assumption that great leaders are born not made. 

Charismatic Leadership

Charismatic LeaderUnderstand the meaning and concept of Charismatic Leadership and qualities of a charismatic leader. Gain understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of using charismatic leadership. Finally explore the difference between charismatic and transformational leadership.

Management Theories

Management TheoriesManagement theories are the set of general rules that guide the managers to manage an organization. Theories are an explanation to assist employees to effectively relate to the business goals and implement effective means to achieve the same. Read more to learn more on managment theories.



Management Styles

Management StylesManagement styles are the characteristic ways, of making decisions relating to subordinates. These are the strategies, efforts, or direction used by the manager, to create an efficient workplace, to achieve organizational goals. Learn more about management styles.

Management Skills

Management SkillsOverview of the basic management skills, understand the definition and key management skills.

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